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Ladies and gentlemen despite my better judgement I would like to begin today with a confession I am a chronic procrastinator I procrastinate on almost all of my school assignments and assigned tasks in my day-to-day life In fact I even waited until the last minute to write this speech I am here today however to convince you that this is not necessarily a negative thing In fact procrastination is a very common habit among students and people in general and for those people who do procrastinate it often has some positive effects I believe that procrastination has unfortunately developed a bad connotation over the years Too often is it associated with stereotypical slackers who are too lazy to do the work before the last minute This of course is not true and I am personally offended by this association because I am not a slacker Those people who do procrastinate have just chosen to go about life in a different method that is more convenient for them Rather than planning out their lives these people live in a day-by-day short-term situation and this makes them happy As far as Im concerned putting off things you can do today until tomorrow isnt a bad thing One must consider that maybe Im just pacing myself making sure I dont take on too much giving my life a chance to catch its breath When viewed this way it would seem that contrary to popular belief procrastination reduces stress Ive heard many people who are of the opinion that they suffer from procrastination But is it procrastination or just plan guilt I think its the latter People labour under the belief that procrastination is bad and that if they dont space out their work it will make the task more difficult The problem lies in the fact that when one spaces work out over time it leaves them with no time that is free I think that it
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