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Monday, September 20, 2010

One Pimple is One Too Many - Procrastination

Hello hello hello!

Hope you are doing well!

This week I'd like to talk about something we've all been through -- the struggle of procrastination.
For some (like myself) you are able to work well under pressure. If anything, it inspires you to do more and to do better.
For others, the pressure and stress of a deadline is too much to handle and everything must be done days, weeks and months in advance.

Procrastination is never a good thing -- working well under pressure or not.
If at all possible, do what needs to be done as soon as you know about it. Don't wait until the last minute to turn in an assignment, pay a bill or get a chore done.

The sooner you do your "work" (whatever that work may be) the sooner you will be able to have "fun".
Now hear me,
Getting your work done quickly but POORLY is not good.
Do your best in everything that you do, even if it takes time.

You would rather to do something well that takes time than do something poorly but quickly.
(Especially it's an assignment; poor work = poor grades)

Hope you all have a safe and procrastination free week!

Ariel <3

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The way I deal with procrastination is to simply do a little each day, and normally those little steps leads to me completing my goals.