Method in work necessary for accomplishing anything

Some people seem to be always busy and yet never be able to accomplish anything. They are capable and they really work hard and yet they have little to show for all their work. Their failure is probably due to lack of method in their work. Method in work means a certain wise orderliness in doing the work. It is working according to some plan which experience has proved to be sound. It involves mapping out our time taking things in their turn, finishing one job before we attempt another. As one writer says that the habit of method is necessary and vital to all who have much work to do, if they would get through it easily and with economy of time. Now really satisfactory work can be talented in a random way. Lack of method spells worry, overwork, and waste of time, inefficiency and often failure.

For a student method in study is very important. Lazy students, who take it easy in their first year at college, get hopelessly behind with their work and at last have to take to excited cramming approaches. As a result of this lack of methodical work from the start they generally fail. On the other hand there are over-eager and impatient students who want to run before they have learned to walk. Instead of ding each days work thoroughly as it comes, they rush on to the more advanced parts of their subjects, only mudding their minds for their pains.

The wise students will contact with thoroughly mastering each days work as it comes. A wise system of work which is suggested by many teachers to their own students is this. Prepare for the next days lectures the night before, give your whole mind to the lectures in the class room the following day, the same evening  before you turn to the lectures to be given tomorrow, revise the work done in the class room in the morning. In preparing for the next days lectures, you begin to drive the pin in, in the class room the nail in driven home, by your revisal of the lectures the same evening, the pin is settled. A student who works methodically in this way will master his subjects step by step. When the time for final preparation for the examination comes, his revision will consist simply of refreshing his memory about things already thoroughly learnt.

A place for everything and everything at its place, and a time for every job and every job at its right time, that is the method.

 By Rehana khan(111/10)

    

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