The Meaning Of Time Management: Procrastination And Time Management

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“I am definitely going to take a course on time management… Just as soon as I can work it into my schedule,” Louis E. Boone. Does this sound like you or some people you know? Many people tend to put things off to the side including myself. A few tasks may come up and choices will need to be made whether or not to do them or complete them. It is very easy to put things off to save them for another day. Time management requires not only how to use time effectively but setting priorities of goals, making goal setting, taking control of given time and a positive attitude. The mood of the person is in direct relation with procrastination and time management.
Setting priorities are part of time management and a skill to be learned. Often setting priorities is ignored. Many people would not set their priorities in order from
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In addition with in the time limit and come out with better results and ideas (Angela 2005). According to Angela (2005) there are two kind of procrastinator, passive and active procrastinator; the passive procrastinator does not intend to procrastinate but need to when they need to process the task quickly; the active procrastinator deliberately postpones tasks and focus on more important matters. The active procrastinator has the ability to time manage his or her time to complete tasks. Procrastinators are the incubators of necessary thought processing and sometimes need to focus on something else to clear their mind to get a better solution to a problem (Ginestet 2005). A procrastinator is not always necessarily just doing anything but they are in the mind planning how to complete the difficult task. Children who tend to rush a a task to get it complete tend to miss important points or if a student is studying and they read a book fast without reading just part of a book and taking brakes to allow their brain to adjust to the

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