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The Now Habit | [Neil Fiore]

The Now Habit

If you are a professional, manager, student, entrepreneur, writer, or homemaker, this audiobook will help you achieve your goals more rapidly, whether they are large, complex challenges or the small, essential tasks of everyday life and work. If you now work effectively, even though you have too much to do and too little time, The Now Habit will show you how to prioritize your goals to allow more time for guilt-free play.
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Publisher's Summary

Here's the first comprehensive strategic system for overcoming the causes and eliminating the effects of procrastination.

Here are techniques to help any busy person get more things done more quickly, without the anxiety and stress brought on by delay and pressing deadlines.

If you are a professional, manager, student, entrepreneur, writer, or homemaker, this audiobook will help you achieve your goals more rapidly, whether they are large, complex challenges or the small, essential tasks of everyday life and work. If you now work effectively, even though you have too much to do and too little time, The Now Habit will show you how to prioritize your goals to allow more time for guilt-free play.

Step by step, Neil Fiore, Ph.D. reveals numerous tested strategies for ridding your life of procrastination:

  • Use the symptoms of procrastination to trigger the cure
  • Overcome the perfectionism and fear of failure that lie behind procrastination
  • Benefit from making positive statements about work instead of sabotaging yourself with negative statements
  • Make your worry work for you
  • Use the "Unschedule" time-management techniques
  • Accomplish more in less time through efficient "flow state" work styles
  • Assist the procrastinators in your life in overcoming their problems

The Now Habit promises you the chance to truly enjoy guilt-free recreational time, knowing the work is really behind you.

Download the accompanying reference guide..

©2006 Neil Fiore, Ph.D.; (P)2007 Gildan Media

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    Mark Berkeley, CA, USA 11-21-09
    Mark Berkeley, CA, USA 11-21-09 Member Since 2001
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    "Appalling narration"

    The narration is absolutely terrible. The author/narrator takes a breath in completely random places, often one sentence will have two words one word two more words , and so on...

    The *content* of what little of the book I could stand to listen to seemed OK, but the narration completely ruins it.

    4 of 8 people found this review helpful
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    Frouwien Cape Town, South Africa, South Africa 03-01-13
    Frouwien Cape Town, South Africa, South Africa 03-01-13 Member Since 2010
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    "Very poor narration and very little science"
    What would have made The Now Habit better?

    A professional narrator could have made a small difference, but the key problem with this book is that it is Neil Fiore is telling you about the life and times of Neil Fiore. There is little to no reference to scientific experience or findings, with most of the key concepts built around relatively weak case studies by Fiore himself. Compared to "The Willpower Instinct" (which was the previous book I listened to), this audiobook felt like an insult to the listener's intelligence (and a test for patience as far as the narration was concerned).


    What do you think your next listen will be?

    I'm considering Steven Pinker's "How the Mind Works".


    Would you be willing to try another one of Neil Fiore’s performances?

    Never. I absolutely love audiobooks and often appreciate the narration even when other reviewers point it out as a weakness, but this was a new level of bad.


    What character would you cut from The Now Habit?

    Not a book of fiction, so characters are not so central.


    Any additional comments?

    If you are looking for an audiobook about human behaviour or the human mind, buy The Willpower Instinct by Kelly McGonigal.

    0 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Amazon Customer Houston, TX, United States 02-23-13
    Amazon Customer Houston, TX, United States 02-23-13
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    "Brutal"
    What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

    Real advice rather than the "it is not your fault" victim mentality it enforces.


    What do you think your next listen will be?

    N/A


    What didn’t you like about Neil Fiore’s performance?

    Long, slow and drawn out.


    0 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Xinli New orleans, LA, United States 10-03-12
    Xinli New orleans, LA, United States 10-03-12
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    "it is a great book I have ever seen"
    What made the experience of listening to The Now Habit the most enjoyable?

    it is a great book I have ever seen, I think you will love it because it is not the book that you get nothing out of it.


    0 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Sharon Gibson Siloam Springs, AR, United States 01-30-11
    Sharon Gibson Siloam Springs, AR, United States 01-30-11 Member Since 2010

    Sharon Rose Gibson

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    "Gain a new perspective and new freedom to achieve"

    Read this book! It will give you a whole new perspective on procrastination and enable you to finally achieve your dreams and be more productive!

    0 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Dan Madison, WI, United States 11-15-10
    Dan Madison, WI, United States 11-15-10 Member Since 2010
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    "The reader is HORRIBLE!!!"

    I like this book as the content is great. However, the reader is horrible. This has to be the first book that he has ever read, and I think it is quite possible he has only one lung as he has to take a deep audible breath after long words like "and" and "or". He also throws in very odd pauses when reading which breaks flow of the writing. Very distracting.

    0 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Eric Woodard Alexandria, VA 08-28-10
    Eric Woodard Alexandria, VA 08-28-10 Listener Since 2009
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    "Couldn't get through it"

    I try to have respect for all books - and maybe it was just me - but I couldn't make it all the way through this one. I think some of it had to do with the narration - but it just stalled out for me. Seemed to be a lot of repetition...

    0 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    S. Jones Los Angeles, CA 04-22-11
    S. Jones Los Angeles, CA 04-22-11 Member Since 2010
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    "Taking to us if we're 3 years old"

    I so agree with the other review's spotlighting the author's choice to read it himself. I can only imagine having to sit through one of his lectures. I'd would have ended up on a roof top with a rifle. Some good info but destroyed by having to listen to this man. Another pet peeve I have which to some may be small but his choices of names for his made up characters got me so nuts I had to actually sit down and write this. All of his subject and case name have got to be bogus. They're gentile names with no diversity. Names like Stan, Jan, John, Harriet, Bill, Mary and so on. Give me a break. If you're going to create sample patients and scenarios, give the people some color and far more challenging occupations. Oh yea, he did slip in a Carlos. Bottom line, people who read these books are looking for some answers. Answers I'm sure that book provides. Just talk to us like we've been around the country once or twice. I actually thought he'd setup a new chapter by saying, "This client came to me for a serious conflict;. His name was "Cookie Monster."

    0 of 2 people found this review helpful
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    Howard Los Angeles, CA, United States 01-04-11
    Howard Los Angeles, CA, United States 01-04-11 Member Since 2008
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    "Dear author: You SUCK as a narrator!!!!!"

    Listening to the way this book is read would have one believe the author never even wrote the material himself! His lack of flow, pauses in the most inappropriate places (usually mid-sentence and never anywhere near a comma) forced me to abandon listening any further than the 3rd chapter (I tried and tried but eventually he pissed me off so much I just gave up). Did the producer of this junk not even SUGGEST to the guy he should never have been allowed anywhere near a microphone?

    Getting to end of this pathetic excuse for a reading is one endeavor I will HAPPILY abandon and NEVER commit to finishing......

    Maybe the point of this audio book is that procrastination (in this case unending-a bit like this rant) is not always such a bad thing?

    0 of 3 people found this review helpful
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