Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? It is better to do one project first and then begin to do another than to do several projects at the same time. Use specific reasons to support your details.

Most people do some projects at school or work. Some people might think that it is better to do several projects at the same time because they can save time. I, however, totally agree with the statement that gradual completion of works or projects are better for two reasons. Firstly, one can make fewer mistakes. Secondly, people do not need to suffer from stress. Most of all, projects will be finished up with almost perfect results. Producing almost perfect results means that people make fewer mistakes. To be more specific, back in university, I had to finish a group project, personal report projects, and other many projects at the same period. Just a sophomore, I did not know what I really had to do. My senior, James, recommended me to do several projects I had to finish all at once. Therefore, I tried to finish it at the same time; however, the several projects drove me confusing to finish. I could neither submit properly nor at the correct time. If I had disposed of projects systemically, I would have correctly and properly submit my projects. Furthermore, doing several projects at the same time drives people to stress out. Overworks or many workloads drive people to stress out. To illustrate more specifically, Harvard University conducted a research with 100 people. 80% of people gradually processed given projects while other 20% of people did several projects at the same time. The majority of people were not under stress owing to small amount of works. On the other hand, the others were under an intense stress due to many works for them to finish at once. Likewise, doing several works at the same time will probably be a main culprit of unhealthy health. To summarize my point, there are no reasons to oppose that it is better to do one project first and then begin to do another than to do several projects at the same time for two reasons I have mentioned up above.
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