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In this regard, the objective of this essay is to proffer relevant issues pertaining to procrastination, as the problem that needs to be resolved. The discourse would initially describe procrastination; what information should be gathered to help one solve it and where the information may be obtained. A description of the process to be used to evaluate the needed information and issues that will be considered in the evaluation (such as perspective and validity) would be determined. Finally, how the information will be used to resolve the problem and alternative areas of consideration would be evaluated prior to arriving at an appropriate solution.
Different studies present varying models of a typical decision-making process depending on their perspectives. Some models follow eight steps, others five. For purposes of making intuitive choices, one structurally follows six steps in decision making. The six steps of this natural, intuitive decision-making process, according to Ethics Resource Center (2009) are: “Step 1: Define the problem; Step 2: Identify available alternative solutions to the problem; Step 3: Evaluate the identified alternatives; Step 4: Make the decision; Step 5: Implement the Decision; and Step 6: Evaluate the decision”.
According to Procrastination Pro (2010), par. 12), a more comprehensive definition of procrastination is “a chronic habit (caused primarily by fear or discomfort) of illegitimately justifying to oneself that a task does not, should not, or cannot be started now”. Procrastination would tend to cause stress, depression, lack of motivation, among others (Procrastination Pro, 2010). Knowing that it is a chronic habit, Carter, Bishop & Kravits (2007) averred that once the area of dilemma has been defined, the next step would be to gather relevant information to assist in addressing the problem.
There are vast sources of information where solving procrastination can be
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Operant conditioning refers to the use of positive and negative rewards, as well as positive and negative punishments in order to ensure desirable behaviors or that undesirable behaviors do not occurs (Plotnik, 2005). The paper will start by with highlighting what methods and procedures are to be used and would then go on to highlight how they would lead to a desired result.
However, Adam committed the first wrong thing in this universe by violating the instructions of God and eating the fruits of the prohibited tree. Even though Satan and his wife persuaded him in doing so, his act is still believed as the first sin in this world.
Existential vacuum is sadly a reality-based issue of the present overly modernized and industrialized world and it is even suggested to be a product of the widespread industrialization. The way Frankl lays emphasis on taking painstaking efforts to attach a constructive meaning to life in an order to escape the impending doom of existential vacuum makes the contrasting point of view to appear indigestible and fake, which suggests that search for meaning is merely an illusion that can lead a person nowhere.
Blair and provides an insight into personal time management primarily for managerial level. The initiation of the article involves the description of three “Eff” words. As defined by Blair, “The three "Eff" words are [concise OED]: Effective - having a definite or desired effect; Efficient - productive with minimum waste or effort; Effortless - seemingly without effort; natural, easy.” Being focus of the article personal time management is also defined by the author as “Personal Time Management is about controlling the use of your most valuable (and undervalued) resource” (Blair).
Write an essay in which you discuss your ability to manage procrastination in your academic work, giving specific examples of cases in which you have either succeeded or failed in controlling the impulse to put off doing what you know you need to do.
Academic procrastination is common with students and is on the top of the level in this age of technology. Literature review proposes that the occurrence of academic procrastination with academic students is as elevated as 75-90%.
On the other hand, an individual that fully understands self usually has an easy time making decisions as well as in dealing with others. The concept of self-awareness in entirety has many dynamics; Philippe Rochat (2003) of the Emory University
A research that was conducted by economics professors served an eye opener to students since it indicated a downward trend on the number of hours that student spend on their studies. The number of hours has declined to 14 hours from
For most college students globally, procrastination is very high. However, most of the affected students never find procrastination as a tinge, but a continuous occurrence that goes beyond habit. Mostly, procrastination