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...und the whole psychology program. I am still trying to figure out where and what I am good at in this major. I definitely do not know most of the psychology secrets yet and i need more time to analyze it in my head.
I am not good at managing my time. Others have told me I am not, I have told myself I am not. It has been said “Persians are always late for everything”. That makes me feel like i 'm not alone in this. The good news is that time is not always clock. Time is mental and we create it. I need a schedule because carrying a schedule and recording all my thoughts, conversations and activities for a week will help me understand how much I can get done during the course of a day and where my precious moments are going. I will see how much time is actually spent producing results and how much time is wasted on unproductive thoughts, conversations and actions.
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