Wedging, an end to procrastination
Jennifer Peters, College Freshman
Chemeketa Community College, Salem, OR
After watching this video I think that the Wedging strategy is one that I could really utilize. Setting time limits and breaking big projects into smaller bites will make getting things done seem less overwhelming and much more doable.
Chemeketa Community College, Salem, Or
"Winning Through Wedging" is a strategy whereby you break your work into manageable chunks separated by timed breaks. It is a method for getting you to do some work instead of ignoring your work and getting none done.
It is also very sneaky in that it has you forming good habits without realizing it. In fact I believe if done enough it will cause your procrastination to flip, and you will start putting off procrastination to get more work done. I would explain it more, but it would work better if you saw it for yourself.
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