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Mañana Habit

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Ron Arabit

on 7 October 2013

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Transcript of Mañana Habit


Few tips to help you overcome this dilemma


DATE: 10/08/13
CREATED BY:
SUBJECT: Ethics 5:30-8:30
Types of procrastination
1. Structured procrastinator
This is when a person put off the things he or she needs to do for something he or she wants to do.


3. Potato coach procrastinator
If you don’t do things because you rather watch TV, read novels lying on your bed or because you want to check your facebook (for the rest of the day).....

PLAN 2
PLAN 3
EXECUTION
CONCLUSION
Discipline is important, even if that means just checking email only once an hour, or turning off the music to re-focus attention on a long article.

Don’t over-schedule or take on too much either – these can all lead to procrastination.


EXECUTION
RESULTS
Statement of the Problem
1. What can be the effect of this kind of Filipino Values?

2. What is the meaning of Mañana habit?

3. How to avoid these kinds of values.

SUCCESS?
YES!
YES!
NO!
NO!
WHAT NOW?
SUMMARY
RESULTS
SOLVED PROBLEMS
REMAINING PROBLEMS
NEW CHALLENGES
OBJECTIVES
1. To be able to know what’s the meaning of Mañana habit.

2. To provide alternative ways on how we can avoid Mañana habit.


1. Plan your schedules
2. Save leisure activities for later
3. Don't Underestimate Your Tasks

(2) It.
Face whatever needs to be done. Don’t do anything else. There’s always an excuse that you can say. But don’t give in
Three Important Words to Remember – Do. It. Now.
(1) Do.
Only action can beat procrastination. Drag your feet if you have to. Starting is the only challenging part. Jump start your way into it.



RECOMMENDATION
Mañana Habit

something that we have learned from the Spaniards. The word "Mañana" means ‘tomorrow’ or ‘specified future time’ also known as “procrastination” in plain English, “mamaya na” in Filipino.
2. Active procrastinator
These are people who are motivated to get things done at the last minute. This is often practice by students with their thesis or projects

(3) Now.
Not later or in the future. Don’t wait for the perfect time. Even if you don’t feel like doing it. You will appreciate what you did when you reap the benefits.



Mañana Habit
Individual coping responses to procrastination are often emotional or avoidant oriented rather than task or problem-solving oriented
REFLECTION:
Since manana habit is still common among us Filipinos and it brings more negative effects than positive effects, we should avoid living with this habit.
CONCLUSION
PRESENTATION
THE END
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