A few societies are on a period plan which is more social, and some are more timely. Some individuals procrastinate while others dive right into meet the due date. We are timed when we take tests or run races. Time is seen in an individual way as short or creeping or genuine or stationary, depending upon what the individual is doing. For example, in the event that you are holding up to see the doctor, you have a feeling that you've been waiting for years. In the event that you are watching out for a distraction, you feel there is never enough time. Personally I recognize the difference between “clock time” and “social time” specially in a group where there are people with complete opposite perceptions of time. Someone may need or expect more social time as someone else. Some people would rather only have clock time than any social time at all. Having people in a group with different cultures and expectations in life makes it extremely hard for everyone in that group to meet everyones exception and respect their culture at the same time. This may be a huge source of very serious conflicts that may occur within groups, because you as an individual wouldn't clearly know what lines should not be crossed in each and every one of their cultures and perceptions, having a variety of different views of time and importance of time may cause each person to do their own project out side of the group and that may cause problems of which that not everyone may be happy with. Personally, I’d rather get with a group with the closest cultures and views and importance of time so it would be less stressing for me and I would feel more comfortable and less worried about how each and one of these people within the group feel about each and every one of the steps I take.
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