The Effect Of Avoid Distraction By Christopher Columbus

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Avoid Distraction By prevailing over all obstacles and distractions, one may unfailingly arrive at his chosen goal or destination – Christopher Columbus From the experience I’ve just shared, I procrastinated for a seemingly just cause – though it was not worth it. Most of us procrastinate for very flimsy useless reasons. These are what we call distractions or time-wasters. Distraction may not necessarily be substitutes for things we procrastinate but they can surely have equally devastating effects. For this reason, I will advise you to vehemently resist them. Distraction may happen subtly in the class room when a colleague draws your attention from what is being taught. It may also happen in the exams hall – I’m sure you’re familiar with this. It may also happen when you’re learning or revising. No matter which form it takes, you have to be able to identify it and avoid it. Sometimes, you will need to be wise and/or strong willed to do this. …show more content…

Technological gadgets which promote internet surfing, gaming, chatting, gossip, etc. have become very ubiquitous across most educational levels today all over the world. Though technology in itself is a great tool to enhance learning, it can also become a student’s biggest distraction if care is not taken. I am not going to leave you helpless. Below are some tips on how to avoid distractions. These tips also help you avoid procrastination too. Plan and prioritise: It is popularly said that if you don’t know where you’re going, any road will lead you there. This is true for planning. If you don’t have a plan which is properly prioritised, you may end up doing anything that comes your way. If you plan and prioritise your day, you can easily escape distraction

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