But, you have to know what to do with the puck, before you even get it. You have to know where to go with it and what play to make before the puck even comes to you, or so when it does come to you, you know what to do. You have to think out every scenario in which you may get it so that if you do get it in any one of those ways you again, know what to do. After a while at playing at the speed, you eventually get the hang of this and it comes naturally, but the only reason you could still screw the play up, is if you are not working.
Every day at school, when I get assigned my homework, I think to myself how I am going to do it as soon as soon as I get home and how I will get it done right away. Then I get home, eat dinner, and maybe think about doing my homework. Then the procrastination kicks in. "Oh I can just do it all after practice." I say to myself in my head. "Oh, I don't have this class tomorrow but I wont have time to do it after school then thought because I have two practices. Whatever, I'll do it after those." I always convince myself that it will take a shorter time than it does. When I keep talking to myself like this, the work never gets done, even though I keep on telling myself I will get it done. It really doesn't. But, when I don't have time to think about it, and the assignment is due the next day, and I am struggling to get it in, then I start to get to work. But, also, I figured out the solution to the whole problem.
When I have more free time, I have more time to procrastinate. So, when I have less free time, that means that I can realize faster that the assignment is due the next day, and I really need to get it in. Then, the more I just come home from school or practice, and just do as much as I can for as long as I can, even if I hate doing it. I will eventually adapt to the speed and form a habit. Then, getting home, sucking it up, and doing the work doesn't became so bad anymore, and, when you get to the point where you actually start to enjoy parts of it, that is when you will find that you get better quality in your work, also within less time because you did not procrastinate. This is what I've been really trying to work on this year, because I realized something, and this goes for everything. You can put things off as long as you want, but, eventually time runs out, and your stuck where you are.