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Many writers have a habit of putting off assignments they may not want to do right away as the last thing on the to-do list. You may have the sense there is more difficulty than what you are used to. Or, you sense it may be a stressful project because of what is required. In some cases it may benefit you to do it first and get it out of the way. You can save yourself worries by tackling the challenge now and if necessary, get additional insight from the client to help approach the project on more positive terms.
Such assignments with higher levels of difficult or something you may not be as fond of may require additional time to complete. This could affect your work load if you don’t take the time to properly plan ahead for the extra time needed. You may learn you need to do more research or try to access a source you are not used to using. You may run into a problem that could take longer to fix. Whatever the reason may be if you choose to work on this assignment first you may get it completed with good quality and on time despite difficulties.
Most often assignments of this nature are prime culprits of making writers tired, stressed, and filled with frustration. This can put a strain on your abilities to focus and remain patient. Sometimes it is like having something hanging over your head that becomes a nuisance. The only way to get rid of it is to get it done. You may have more of an advantage if your workload is light or you have other projects that are easier to complete that can wait.
Assignments of this nature may require you to communicate more with your client. This will ensure it gets completed in a timely manner with the quality content they expect. You can review any concerns or issues you may have and get clarification when you need it as it comes about. The client may provide additional insight to help you look at the task from another angle. At this point it may not seem as difficult or challenging as originally thought.