Research Strategy Paper

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Research Strategy Paper

Research Strategy Paper
My main problem is procrastination. It’s very hard for me to get started on a task. I will usually find anything to avoid the situation. My procrastination gets so bad that it also effects my time management. I can actually remember when I was in high school getting to school on time, was a task in its self. When my alarm went off a t 6:45 in the morning I would reset it until 7:00. Then I would get out of bed go into the bathroom until about 7:20. When I came out I would turn on the television and slowly get dressed. At about 7:45 I would then sit down to eat breakfast. By now its 8:10 or 8:15 I would start walking to the bus stop. Nine times out of ten I would miss the 8:20 bus. Now I have to wait until 8:30, at 8:30 I’m officially late for first period. Its 8:45 and I have to catch another bus; I would ride like two miles to school from there. As I’m riding to school I keep thinking how in the world I get up at 6:45 in the morning and still be late for class. One time I sat down and realized that I procrastinate from the time I wake up in the morning until I go to sleep at night. As I’m sitting here at the computer typing my paper I am doing other things and I didn’t even realize it. Now that I’m taking my time seriously I’ve had reason to find different ways to understand and minimize procrastination. I personally know that stopping procrastination will not happen overnight it takes time and patience. Something a procrastinator has to work on. I plan to work hard at minimizing it as much as I can throughout my school career to take it into my work life. One of my favorite quotes of all time is “Until you value yourself, you will not value your time. And until you value your time you will not do anything with it”. The late M. Scott Peck an American Psychiatrist and Author said this. You can find this quote along with others at and at I...
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