College student offers service to cure procrastination

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 A college student is offering her procrastinating, unfocused schoolmates a service to cure their laziness for just 5 yuan ($0.70) a day.

The student attending a university in Jilin, Northeast China‘s Jilin Province said her service helps other students make a specific daily plan according to their schedule. She also supervises the students to make sure they follow the plan, according to a post on the China News Service.

“I set a time when my clients have to get out of bed. If they don‘t get up on time, I will go to their dorm rooms to wake them up, or I will call them many times until they wake up,” said the enterprising and energetic student who was not named.

The woman said she will also supervise students‘ homework by sitting beside them and setting a time limit for the completion of an assignment, according to the online video.

The woman‘s clients say the service has helped them focus on their school work. 

“This service is creative and it does help me to refuse to delay my tasks,” one of the students said. A number of students who commented on the posting said they‘d pay for such a service if it was offered at their school.

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