Sunday, February 10, 2008

As procrastination is considered by many a bad habit i consider it a blessing in disguise. When looked upon on the outside there is only one form of procrastination but from within there are two. There is true procrastination where the individual puts of the task till the last minute and is completely unprepared as he or she rushes the task, and there are the individuals on the other hand who do not accomplish or finish the task physically till the last minute but are thinking of how to get it done with the time they have till that last minute before the deadline. As your imagination is able to construct pretty much anything it wants it is sensible to conclude that an individual is able to construct a paper, a problem or whatever it is that needs to be done before they actually physically do it. To call this imaginative construction, procrastination is a common mistake as this is truly not procrastination due to the fact that the individual is actually accomplishing something in his thoughts and his head related to this task so that when the time comes to execute they know exactly what to do and how to do it.

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