Notion of the day

When procrastination and short term memory go hand in hand, it leaves an irrecoverable gap between our intentions and actions.

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The author is a Quality Assurance professional by experience. Part Quantitative data analyst, part consultant for quality and information security practices, part software tester, she is a writer by passion and blogs at http://wordsandnotion.com and http://qualitynotion.com/.

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  1. The Shaggy

    October 3, 2016 at 9:03am

    Wow was that supposed to be humorous….It’s so true that it hurts

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      • The Shaggy

        October 4, 2016 at 12:13am

        Why so not humorous??? You should write something humorous I mean for a change……. Just a suggestion….

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  2. myheartbeats4ublog

    October 3, 2016 at 10:35am

    so true..but then, those who procrastinate probably never really mean to act(especially if they also have / pretend to have short term memory..their visible intents are often a facade!

    ma’am akhila… nice thought

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  5. vishal4u

    October 3, 2016 at 2:44pm

    I think I do have a habit of procrastinating. But don’t we procrastinate those thing which we are not interested in it at all.

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      Akhila

      October 4, 2016 at 10:24am

      then just we need to prioritize between emergency and interest,

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      • vishal4u

        October 4, 2016 at 3:23pm

        Yeah and interesting things must be given priority, because we enjoy doing that.

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          Akhila

          October 4, 2016 at 7:25pm

          But i feel’ emergency ‘ do matters before any interests

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  6. Shalini Sharrma

    October 4, 2016 at 12:13am

    I agree but lately my enemy is procrastination. This frog is really cute 😀

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      Akhila

      October 4, 2016 at 10:03am

      ha ha dave, what else could be the best example for my notion..?

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  7. skd

    October 4, 2016 at 6:14am

    If you don’t do it and you forget it… and no impact(of course. that’s why even if delayed, you don’t do!), then forget it:)
    At the same time, delayed and missed, where you don’t have a chance to correct… then? Yeah, then also you need to forget. But, in general you may ‘take time’. How fast you can, that fast you recover.
    So, akhila it is really thought provoking, as usual… But, i think it is ‘recoverable’…or’ no impact’. We just need to accept the fact. If it’s a habit, then based on the impact, one will take some steps. Otherwise… again… forget it:)
    Nice, keep jotting 🙂

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      Akhila

      October 4, 2016 at 10:02am

      thank you.. i am glad that you interpreted it in a detailed way with much more insights….delayed or missed, our time is lost.. can we recover the lost time..

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      • skd

        October 4, 2016 at 10:36am

        lost time? IMV, It’s a kind of myth and depends on how we perceive. Everytime we ” miss or delay” (if you insist on these words), we learn, directly or in directly. So, i think, there is no lost time. Every lapsed time teaches you! That accumulation is widely called as experience!!
        (Njan odaan ready aanu:))

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          Akhila

          October 4, 2016 at 10:40am

          hmm.. dependency creates waiting time.. unwanted waiting time atleast in a few cases..
          odiyalum evidam vare odum..;)

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          • skd

            October 4, 2016 at 10:42am

            appo sari. Njan ottam nirthi. 🙂

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    Akhila

    October 4, 2016 at 11:58am

    you are not an exception to this law…there are many to join you, including me

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