I am newcomer medical student and I request your assistance
Hello Ladies and Gents
As you can probably already tell by the title of this post, I'm a medical student who has been a chronic procrastinator as far back as I can remember. Well luckily I got away with it most of my life and was succesful. But the work load in med school is so hefty it's impossible to procrastinate without driving yourself to insanity. So here I am, sitting away man I've always wanted a support group and you guys are all here from the same reason I am. So I'm not sure how to start but I wish people would give me stories, stories about not procrastinating and about procrastinating.
Well let me tell you guys something I have reduced my procrastination a good 30 percent last semester but I've hit a bump. I don't know how to get myself to stop becoming comfortable with just passing. I want to be outstanding, but whenever I feel like going above and beyond my brain goes well it's ok you're gonna pass! And so I fall. So how do I get my self past the bare minimum. Any tips. I know a little at a time right, but then biting the bullet is difficult. But it works when you just start something you do at least some of it, but you always forget when you stop how easy it was to commit. It's almost like a force of inertia. Once you start it's easy to sustain your self for a decent amount of time yet, yet even though you experience this easy period, you always forget how easy it was and don't want to start again. What is routine? Does routine help? I have so many questions and I expect nobody to answer them all. But whatever possible would be nice. My writing is diffuse because my brain is kind of racing right now probbably due to sugar. I am an empty vessel fill me up.
Why is procrastination so easy. well I've done a lot of research on the subject and the more i learn the better yet, I still procrastinate. Oh boy, merci beacoup!
and I apoligize because I don't always proofread posts.