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Avoiding Procrastination

Solving procrastination
College Freshman
Round Rock Higher Education Center, Round Rock Texas

I really like the subject avoiding procastination, because i am a procrastinator.But I am going to try really hard to not be one and make my success through college without being a procrastinator.

procrastination is not my destination
Quincy, College Freshman
Glendale Community College, Glendale, California

From reading this article i found out that i am a procrastinator in many ways. The article helped me see that in order for me to not procrastinate I have to be ORGANIZED.

I often plan things, but later forget them, because I hardly ever write things down. This will be a major step to overcoming this plague I've had for years lol. I'm going to have to invest in a planner.

Avoiding procrastination
College Freshman
Chemeketa Community College, Salem, Oregon

I really liked this site because it helps with a check list on how to avoid procrastination. It lists that you should begin with one project and to write a list on what needs to be done and why it needs to be done. Seeings this written down and knowing why it needs to bedone is a good reminder to help stop procrastination.

Avoiding Procrastination
Maria Garcia, College Sophomore
Chemeketa Community College, Salem, OR

I really think that this procrastination remedy is really good. I think that it has some great points to ask your self and that way it tries to help people out in avoiding procrastination. I also really like how it asked you to make a list of what stands in your way. For example anything that distracts you to lead to procrastination. I would use this list for myself if I were a person to procrastinate all the time. I think it is very handy and people should print it out and use it. I will be sharing this with some of my friends as well who I know who procrastinate a lot.

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Kristy Hillips, College Freshman
CCC, Salem, OR

This article had some good strategies for avoiding procrastination. It gives a list of ways to cut a project into sections of work, instead of feeling overwhelmed by looking at it in its entirety. I, for one, will be starting my projects and assignments right away. working on them little by little to meet deadlines as to avoid getting frustrated by trying to tackle a large project or assignment all at one time. This article is worth a read!


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