The road less travelled, as Robert Frost might note, is to plan the work. Edward Everett’s comment to Abraham Lincoln after the delivery of the Gettysburg Address reveals the distinction between these two paths:

“I wish that I could flatter myself that I had come as near to the central idea of the occasion in two hours as you did in two minutes.”

The Path of Persistence

The path of persistence can take several forms. In one, students haphazardly begin writing their essay without a clear focus on their idea, argument, or methods to present their argument, hoping that through their writing they will chance upon a successful path. In another, students deliberately attempt to hide their lack of focus using long-winded, circuitous arguments that, if exposed to true, intense scrutiny, tend to fall apart as unsubstantiated.

The Path of Planned Work

On the path of planned work, the student follows the same procedures as they would with any research paper or essay. Through careful preparation and research, the student prepares his or her paper is a well thought out manner, supported by logic and credible opinion and evidence, to reach a conclusion that will stand up to any level of scrutiny. By taking the time to do the essay right, the student actually ends up saving time by eliminating unnecessary rewrites and avoids the embarrassment of asking for extensions on the deadline of their essay.

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