Why Procrastinate? (1 of 2)

Why Procrastinate? (1 of 2)

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Made exclusively for-and-by Daniel Syracuse for the purposes of an assignment in his English 1H class during Fall 2021.

Storyboard Text

  • Congrats on graduating and all that stuff, bro, but no need to rub it in.
  • You can't complain when you only ever procrastinate assignments. From my experience, that habit will only worsen over time.
  • Yeah, and why should I trust you?
  • I know a thing or two about procrastinating. In fact, so do over 70% of college students3.
  • Dope. Can you leave now?
  • UGHH. If you ain't finna leave, then at least help me. Gimme tips or somethin'. I dunno!
  • You know...
  • I'd avoid asynchronous classes if I were you. That way, you'll be less likely to procrastinate.
  • Without having any class meetings, all the pressure was on me to stay on track. I got distracted much easier, which only increased my procrastination habits1.
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  • But wouldn't picking a time that works for me be better? So I can plan out my week according to my schedule.
  • Schedules change. During an asynchronous class, it's easy to miscalculate the time an assignment takes2, making procrastination more dangerous.
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