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Procrastinating on Persuasive Speeches

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Caitlin Rogers

on 12 November 2013

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Transcript of Procrastinating on Persuasive Speeches

More Pressure on You
-Added Stress/Bodily Illnesses
-Mental Illnesses
-Adds Stress on Those Around You
-Lack of Self Control
-Do it Once....Twice...And it's Chronic

Fear of Failure, Leads to Failure
-Fear of Failure is Number One
-Procrastination Leaks

DON'T DO IT....Later.

-In a 2007 study, researchers found that towards the end of the term, students who procrastinated reported higher levels of stress and illness. -Eric Jaffe www.psychologicalscience.org/
20% of people chronically avoid difficult tasks and deliberately look for distractions.
-Joseph Ferrari. Professor of Psychology at DePaul University

Cherry, K. (n.d.). The Psychology of Procrastination. About.com Psychology. Retrieved November 7, 2013, from http://psychology.about.com/od/the-psychology-of/a/psychology-of-procrastination.htm

Effects of Procrastination. (n.d.). Effects of Procrastination. Retrieved November 4, 2013, from http://www.stopprocrastinatinginfo.com/effects-of-procrastination.htm

Jaffe, E. (n.d.). Why Wait? The Science Behind Procrastination. Association for Psychological Science RSS. Retrieved November 7, 2013, from http://www.psychologicalscience.org/index.php/publications/observer/2013/april-13/why-wait-the-science-behind-procrastination.html

The bright side? It's possible to overcome procrastination—with effort. (n.d.). Psychology Today Magazine . Retrieved November 5, 2013, from http://www.psychologytoday.com/basics/procrastination

A 1997 survey found that procrastination was one of the top reasons why Ph.D. candidates failed to complete their dissertations. - Kendra Cherry www.psychology.about.com
My Three Main Points
-More Pressure on Yourself
-It Can Become Habitual
-It almost always Leads to Failure
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