Procrastination: The Bottom Line
Bonnie McCone, College Sophomore
Chemeketa Community College, Salem. OR
This site is the simplest piece of information which has made the greatest impact toward understanding the consequences of being a well-groomed procrastinator.
I have an innate ability to think that I can do a particular task well. I never give myself enough time, however. Putting myself under pressure, waiting til the last-minute has proven over and again that this will only lead to a poorer performance in each endeavor I undertake.
Not any more. I will not try - as this is, in and of itself, a form of procrastination (in my opinion). I WILL "GET 'ER DONE!"
I'll study for that test today!
Yesenia acevedo, College Freshman
Chemeketa community college , Salem, OR
This article makes me never want to procrastinate on anything ever again. I tend to procrastinate in certain areas of life like most people do. I also say I work best under pressure, but at the risk of ending up with a 2.9 GPA, NO THANK YOU. This article is a good motivator for any procrastinator.
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