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Procrastination happens to be more than just a negative custom which needs to be weeded out of society it is also a cliche a small-talk joke or complaint Many weeks into the Multimedia program at Mt Sierra procrastination happens to be one of my biggest problems After all we all do it Most everybody I know is willing to admit the fact that it is an exasperating problem in his or her life A lot of my work has been affected due to the fact of procrastination It was either my assignments were not as good or they ended up being incomplete due to lack of time I put into it doing it When dealing with procrastination you happen to also deal with many underlying issues and causes of procrastination The two most common causes known are the lack of relevance and interest The many anxiety problems which I have had to deal with which lead me to procrastinate were fear of failure self-doubt the inability to handle the task the lack of information needed to complete the task or the fear of success But more or so time management has been my greatest cause of procrastination The point of having to juggle work school friends and my girlfriend seems to keep me on my feet at all times As a result I end up putting off my assignments for a later date or spending a great deal of time with my friends or worrying about an up coming exam class project and additional papers rather than getting them done on time This happens to be the best form of poor time management Work seems to also play a big role in my life because thats how I get my books paid off it pays for my tuition my rent and my car In other words my job is up there with my education So after looking back upon my study habits and how I
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