You procrastinate hoping people can spoonfeed you. Because in your life it happens this way, but not everything have the same result. Just like not sweeping the floor, you don't do even when nagged, others will naturally do it. But for life you want to be a surgeon, must others must remind you to follow your own dream? Be sober minded. There may be times being a surgeon you may lose focus when pt gives up on life/nurses not given adequate information so wrong provides/your medical officer keying the wrong information/simply everything seems wrong, your procrastination doesn't help the situation, but leading and correcting in a humble manner helps, be professional. A surgeon primarily is a doctor. First a doctor then a surgeon. Surgery is definitely there best, however there are paperwork, communications with your teams and other teams and pt and pt family, plus sometimes having to do 36hrs, plus there may be complications pre op, op, or post op, plus family matters.
Then you better brush up your medical knowledge and communication skills!