Very helpful and enlightening. I actually liked the slow reading pace of the narrator as it gives time for the material to sink in.
The reader keeps pausing at strange moments making the whole book feel disjointed and disconnected. It's like listening to someone who's not actually interested in what they are reading. They are reading because the have to. His voice is nice but the gaps and pauses make it hard to listen to.
The book itself is wonderful! I've been a chronic procrastinator and many of the things this author brought up made me sit back and think. I've been given a lot to consider.
As a lifelong procrastinator this book has been immensely helpful to me and has changed the way I think about myself and those around me. this is a must read book for anyone who struggles with self worth issues or who has procrastinated in the past.
Common sense stuff and then he starts getting a bit new agie. I didn't learn anything new here. Good for the total beginner in time management, maybe a Highschool student.
Wife, Mama, and commuter-student listening on the way to Portland and Monmouth, Oregon. Also during laundry-folding and using the treadmill.
I would, with the disclaimer that listening to this audiobook can be a chore. However, there is much to unpack and realize about yourself in the midst of it. The book is practical and counseling in nature.
I loved the recommendations Fiore offers in his book, based on his research and client work. His work really deconstructed my life and revealed to me simplicity and possibilities I hadn't ever considered or thought of.
Anyone but Neil Fiore. He sounded sooo flat and non-emotive.
Perhaps a more condensed version that focused on the specific strategies.
I would recommend this book to any and all students and perfectionists.
I'm ready to listen to it a second time. the first time made me realize I am not a horrible person for being a chronic procrastinator! now for the second time when I can learn some stratified to overcome.
Doctor Lane 2 B
Fiore offers compelling insights into the way procrastination is rooted in our deepest fears, and those closed off places inside ourselves we often don't acknowledge. You'll find yourself wandering off in thought about your own ideas about work and some of the reasons you might procrastinate. If I were reading a hard copy of the book, this would be the kind of book that I'd frequently have to put down to think, so I would definitely recommend listening to more than once.
This book reminds me of The 7 Secrets of the Prolific: The Definitive Guide to Overcoming Procrastination, Perfectionism, and Writer's Block by Hillary Rettig because of both implore you to think about your reasons for procrastination rather than give you a prefabricated system to follow (think Getting Things Done by David Allen).
Anyone would've been better. He had a weird cadence and throughout the performances sentences seemed to break up in weird places.
Have achieved significant success in business and personal life through self-help & education books.
refreshing perspective, effective
Hard to admit that I am one of them - one of procrastinators, nevertheless I am. This book teaches me about the root of my procrastinating behaviours like no other ever before.
What it does not - it does not make me feel bad about it; does not push me into even greater procrastination about it, but gives me realistic, achievable short and long term techniques to nip it in a bud!
I found this book very well written! It's a classic! The only problem I have with this book is the time management section. Like many great time management concepts.. I couldn't really find a way to truly put it into action.
It is still well worth listening to for the overall knowledge that was given in this book!