SDV ASS 1 - studying. I need to put forth more effort and...

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David Martin SDV 100 014N Journal One Due: Jan. 31 st After completing the “Where are you… At this moment” exercise, I felt that I didn’t have a clear understanding of how to set my priorities; as I thought I had. I circled yes for numbers 1,2,3,7,8,9 and choose no for questions 3,4,5. This exercise was able to open my eyes and help me realize that I need to not procrastinate so much. It also made me want to use my time more positively. Without even noticing this, the day after I did this exercise, I found myself making “To Do” lists. After completing the “Daily Time Sheet” over the course of a week, I found that my time wasn’t used efficiently. Like the exercise, where are you, this exercise only backed up my original thought; I do not use my time positively enough. The most surprising thing I found out about how I spend my time, was the fact that I do not put enough time towards
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Unformatted text preview: studying. I need to put forth more effort and school and less socializing. I wasted a lot of time by being lazy, watching TV, hanging out with friends, and not enough study time. I only have one lecture class on campus. The rest of my course’s are online. During my biology class on the first day, I found that my mind would wonder a lot. I counted a total of 17 times in an hour and fifteen minutes. At the end of class, I was surprised that I was not paying attention. By the second class, I only counted myself not paying attention four times. I think this might have done with where I was sitting in the class. On the first day I was in the very back, and on the second day I sat almost in the front. This was a great exercise because it showed me that I will pay more attention by sitting more towards the front of class....
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This note was uploaded on 09/05/2011 for the course SPAN 302 taught by Professor Hall during the Spring '11 term at Old Dominion.

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