Speech on Procrastination

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Picture this: you walk into school today. You aren't wearing pants. You aren't wearing a shirt. And you aren't wearing shoes. And, WORST OF ALL , when you walk into your first period math class, you have to hide in the corner so you don't get screamed at for not having your homework done ! Thank you procrastination, for your lovely work. Don't you dare try "my dog at my homework" or "my printer wasn't working". C'mon we all know the truth: you gave in to the powerful force. The underlying power that will make or break your day tomorrow: PROCRASTINATION. So, the truth guys, we all have done it, we all do it, but point is, procrastination might not be so bad.Ladies and gentlemen, despite my better judgement, I would like to begin today with a confession. I am a 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 rep.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 I'm concerned putting off things you can do today until tomorrow isn't a bad thing. One must consider that maybe I'm just pacing myself, making sure I don't take on too much, giving my life a chance to catch its breath. When viewed...
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