When you are assigned an important presentation for work or school, do you prefer to work on it right away so that you can work on it a little bit every day, or wait until you have a good idea about the presentation?

In the modern world it is very important to organize your time schedule right. Although some people prefer to work on their presentation when a good idea comes to their minds. Personally, I prefer to do my presentation immediately. I feel this way for two reasons which I will explore in the following essay. To begin with, it helps you to save some more time, I mean when you do it instantly you can show your draft to your professor or your friends. And use their idea to improve your presentation or change some parts of it. My personal experience is a compelling illustration of this. Ten years ago, when I was student, I hand a presentation about C++ programing language. I tried to do it in the first day that I received my subject from my professor. And, after I did it. I showed a draft of it to my instructor and he assisted me to correct my mistake and I removed inappropriate parts. So, I had a lot of time to change in my presentation. And provided me a highest grade in the end. Furthermore, when you do your presentation right away, it will improve your self-confidence and it help you to have a less stress. I mean, when you wait for good idea, you cannot be sure that it will come and if it does not, you still need to make your presentation. However, you have not much time, so lack of time makes you more nervous and stressful. For instance, as I mention in the past example, my friends had a same presentation and she do it in a last day. So, she had to stay up that night to finished it. Thus, next day she could not present it very well because she was very tired and the correcting of mistakes was not possible because of lack of time. As a result, she got a bad score. In conclusion, I am of the opinion that doing your presentation immediately leads to get a good grade because you can change your presentation and correct your mistake. And it helps you to deal with your stress.
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