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Module 3- Procrastination: The Thief of Time

- 1) Talk to an acquaintance who is not a college student, but instead works a full-time job (at least forty hours per week). Ideally, this person will be college-aged. Interview this person, and write at least two paragraphs discussing what you’ve learned from the interview.

Consider the following questions: How many hours do you work each day? How many days do you work each week? How much time do you spend commuting to work each week? How do you find time to spend with your friends? How do you find time to spend with your romantic partner?

How do you find time to engage in other activities (hobbies)? How does working a full-time job affect your ability to manage your available "free" time? When writing your paper, defend the argument that if you manage your time well, you will have plenty of time for schoolwork. (5 pts)

Module 3- Procrastination: The Thief of TimeModule 3

- This exercise should give you a good understanding as to why you need to be in college.
- My friend Frank is a good example.
- He decided to drop out of school to make fast money being a car salesman.
- Yes, he makes $70,000 annually. However, he works for it!!!
- Frank works 7 days a week with no holidays or vacation days.
- He also works between 10 to 12 hours a day on his feet.

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