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Procrastination: Learn How to Overcome Laziness and Master Your Time

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Categories: Self Development, How-To
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Are you tired of being unproductive and procrastinating? Want to get rid of those feelings of laziness?  

Covering everything you need to know about procrastination and its impact on your life, this audiobook provides you with real life examples of procrastinators from the author’s own experiences.  

Once a procrastinator of epic proportions, the author has done the hard work of breaking the procrastination habit. Now, you’ll be able to do the same by following the advice offered in this book.  

Break yourself of laziness, denial, puttering, and distraction and take back your life! 

Concrete advice about how to overcome procrastination, an action plan to do it, and challenges to keep you on track are all part of this (sometimes) comical book about a tragic problem. Procrastinators everywhere will find real help in this audiobook - help that will assist them in getting on track, staying on track, and mastering time, once and for all.  

Procrastination has littered the world with broken dreams, frustration, and general chaos. The work of the Procrastination Monster (who eats your time for breakfast, lunch, and dinner) is never done. But this volume trains you to slam the door in this hideous time sucker’s face.  

Take back your life! Stop putting off until tomorrow what you know darned well you can get done today, with Procrastination: Learn how to Overcome Laziness and Master Your Time.  

Learn how to do stop procrastinating today by buying this audiobook! You won't regret it!

©2017 Justin Martin (P)2018 Justin Martin

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An excellent Book !!!

This book clarifies the complex mental mechanics behind what we essentially call 'hesitation'. It does it so well that we can see lingering is only an outward indication of significantly more unpredictable subliminal procedures that go ahead in our brains.

Exceptionally prescribed to any individual who felt, whenever in their life, that they are not carrying on with their lives to their potential. If nothing else, this will diminish your blame.

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Best book on solving procrastination...

The authors get into the psychology of procrastination, which no other book I have read does. This helps the reader get to the root of his or her problem. Although a few of the psychological explanations are tenuous at best, most of them are very good and will help many people understand their procrastination. The second part of the book gives actual methods to solve procrastination, which was explained psychologically in Part I. These methods are helpful and realistic (you are not expected to change overnight, and not even within weeks or months). The book was definitely worth the price.

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Pleasant Book!!!

Pleasant Book!!! I have some sort of time administration issue. This booked helped me take care of my concern. This book offers guidance to enable you to vanquish stalling and advance with your fantasies and goals.If anybody out there is hoping to cure to their dawdling side, this book is the best cure for you !! Very suggest...

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Short read & beginning guidance!

Good challenge to make a start to overcome a slump of laziness/procrastination to get back into a rhythm to reach for some goals!

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Nice Audible really!!!

The book has live-changing insights on barriers to success. If you struggle with procrastination, changing course starts here.

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Stop googling for answers and read this...

Thus book has helped ne a lot. It gets down to the nitty about procrastination and how to really fix it!

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A dynamic psychological report on procrastination.

Approaching unwelcome tasks with an "I'll do it tomorrow" mindset is not unusual behavior. The problem is, tomorrow quickly becomes today, so the procrastinator sets a new tomorrow goal. This tomorrow goal eventually becomes a next week goal, then a next month goal, then a next year goal - that is, a never goal. Time runs out for everyone, but it does so far more quickly for procrastinators. If you procrastinate, do you know why? Psychologists Jane B. Burka and Lenora M. Yuen outline the reasons and roots of procrastination. More importantly, they show you how to fix your vexing, life-sapping procrastination problem. getAbstract suggests that anyone who procrastinates should buy this book. Now would be fine.

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Best book on solving procrastination...

The authors get into the psychology of procrastination, which no other book I have read does. This helps the reader get to the root of his or her problem. Although a few of the psychological explanations are tenuous at best, most of them are very good and will help many people understand their procrastination. The second part of the book gives actual methods to solve procrastination, which was explained psychologically in Part I. These methods are helpful and realistic (you are not expected to change overnight, and not even within weeks or months). The book was definitely worth the price.

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Illuminating and comforting...

Illuminating and comforting, this book explains so much about how procrastination works that it eliminates some of the pain associated with delay and putting things off. It does not stop there. The book offers strategies for overcoming procrastination. I would not be able to use all of the suggestions. Who can use all of the suggestions of ANY book of advice? I listened to this book. I liked it so much that I want to read it in its entirety on my Kindle app. Highly recommended for my fellow cunctators (procrastinators).

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How to overcome procrastination - gold !

Do you put things off until tomorrow only to get there and then decide to put it off again? Are you one that avoids doing certain things even though you know perhaps you should be doing them? This book gives insight as to how to overcome procrastination. Something we can all benefit from. Listen and read the full review at The Hidden Why dot com. Leigh Martinuzzi - The Hidden Why Guy

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  • Ammar Safiq
  • 07-03-18

An incredible guide !!!

An incredible guide that will give you invaluable insight about why you procrastinate and will give you the pathway to start reversing the complex process of procrastinating in a friendly environment full of real life experience, stories, humor and the latest science exposed in simple terms.

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  • Suzanne Brashear
  • 07-03-18

Nice One!!!

I have been so, so, so much more productive the last few months. I was trying to figure out why and it donned on me it was this book! For the first time in my life, I find myself stopping to see why I'm procrastinating on something. It may not sound like a big thing but that one act of figuring out what it is that is preventing me from doing what I need/want to do enables me to actually do it!

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  • Calvin Clark
  • 07-03-18

Informative Book!!!

Procrastination is a big problem for most of us. In one psychology study over 70 percent of college students identified themselves as procrastinators. Other studies have show that procrastinators tend not only to be less happy, but also to have more stress, less sound sleep, and an impaired immune system.

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  • DAISY
  • 07-05-18

Great Listen.

One of the bad habits that I am trying to break is procrastination. I am the classic “start a project and not see it to completion” kind of person. I want to change the way I handle projects and tasks in my everyday life.

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  • Rudy
  • 07-05-18

Great Book.!!!

The advice offered in the book is practical, sensible, and written in such a way that you can pick and choose which habit you want to try to cultivate first. Plus, the author points out that the process takes time, and that if you slip, thats fine just keep working on trying to be better than before.

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  • Angel Alexis
  • 07-05-18

Don't procrastinate, read it!

While I have read the first half, I have learned about the root of some of my life long actions! Here's hoping the second half will offer some good reading.

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  • Thron
  • 07-05-18

Top notch resource for ADHD & Procrastination!!!

My go-to book for understanding and managing ADHD and procrastination problems. I have given copies to friends and family, and I have the original version as well. I can't be without it!

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  • D. James
  • 07-05-18

Nice book.

For those, like me, who struggle with getting the job done, this book is a definite must-listen. If you can take one or two ideas from this author and implement them into your own life, then the book is worth your time and money.

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  • Juana Bermudez
  • 07-05-18

Already using some of the steps in book.

The books also has steps on dealing with others that procrastinate like co-workers and business partners. As I got farther into book I recognized that I have been using some of the techniques that the authors had recommended to accomplish my daily exercise goal.

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  • Josefina Hoppe
  • 07-05-18

A complex problem defined in a simple way

The authors have provided techniques and examples on how to manage or overcome procrastination on many levels. From the generic to clinically diagnosed causes, the topic of procrastination, as they explain, is more complex and more intricate then first thought. A fantastic read and helpful information to manage, if not overcome procrastination.