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Proven Secrets for Overcoming Procrastination in 3 Minutes

Achieve Success and Avoid Stress & Missed Deadlines
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Length: 47 mins
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Want to achieve greater success and mastery in life without feeling stressed, frustrated, and overwhelmed by work that piles up every day? Proven Secrets for Overcoming Procrastination in 3 Minutes will share with you 37 proven and inexpensive secrets on how you can overcome procrastination in three minutes without using willpower.

Inside this book, you will discover:

  • Proven techniques you could execute “at will” to overcome procrastination within three minutes to finish your day with hours to spare.
  • Success stories on how our techniques helped many “hopeless” cases to master their lives and time, and get more done in less time, so that they could realize their dreams.
  • Understand the root causes of procrastination and stop procrastination permanently, so that it will no longer be a roadblock to your health, career, and personal goals.
  • Bonus tips from experts on how you can make decisions swiftly, so that you can taste success faster and earlier.
  • And much, much more!

Would you like to know more? Simply scroll up and click the "buy" button to get started.

©2019 Patrick Bradley (P)2019 Patrick Bradley

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well structured book

This Book is a very well structured book covering comprehensive all possible areas of the procrastination problems. The way it explains the problem with practical real life personal examples, one can easily connect with it. All the tactics are very well explained and work well too. A great book and must read for anyone who is struggling from procrastination.

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Some great ideas in this book

I have been having a problem with procrastination since I retired 8 years ago. I don't have a schedule to keep now nor deadlines. I found this book to be very helpful in figuring out why I procrastinate. Some great ideas in this book. He recommended an app called Todolist. I downloaded and use it everyday so I can remember to take care of things.

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To the point and full of useful tips and tricks

I had read this book in a matter of hours through the day . It kept me interested and it was to the point and full of useful tips and tricks . It did not drag on with a lot of science of how things work but enought to make the point of why it works without boring you with extensive scientific explanations. And the reread factor is pretty good if you need to go over some topics again .

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A really entertained way to know about this topic

"Procrastination" is a new word, or at lease it is for some of us. It's interesting to feel something, to act on a way, and finally to know what is the source of that behavior. In this book not only we know what procrastination is, but, as the title of the book stands, what is the cure for it. In a really simple and understandable way the reader will know what is required to fight against procrastination and win the battle.

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I found it very helpful

I found it very helpful and I am using their tactics working on being successful. It has helped me more that other books I have read on the subject and will take time to turn around a lifetime of procrastinating, but I am hopeful.

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Easy to understand

The author takes a logical approach to explaining procrastination. This is followed by a self help guide with tactics and approaches to address these challenges. Thank you for your insight. An easy to listen, great book.

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A Life changing perl

The author takes a logical approach to explaining procrastination. This is followed by a self help guide with tactics and approaches to address these challenges. Thank you for your insight. An easy to read, great book.

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Awesome

Patrick made a simple, straightforward, useful, reliable book on how we can overcome one of the main challenges to productivity today. Based on his personal experience and supported by research, this book is a highly-valuable asset. Every year I teach around 400 students at the University. This book is worth being recommended to them all. It's a life changing perl.

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Great book!


This book gives actionable advice to help you conquer procrastination and move forward with your dreams and goals. Thank you Patrick

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Great buy

I liked this book because it gives you active exercises that you can start right away to stop procrastinating. I would have liked to see a little more about our evolutionary triggers that make us procrastinate (although in the authors defence, a lot of the reasons are different depending on who you ask regardless, so why try any one of the theory's).

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  • 05-31-19

If you have a hard time getting past your procras


If you have a hard time getting past your procrastinating, you should read this book! Patrick Bradley presents many suggestions on how to overcome your procrastination, and he breaks it into doable steps, so you can ease your way into it. In the first section, you'll find out what type of procrastinator you are; in the second section, you'll cover the 21 different ways to beat your procrastination habit; in the final section, Patrick Bradley shows you some ways in which procrastinating is actually helpful. He also includes some bonus material for you. Well worth the read!

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  • 05-31-19

I'm sure it's great. Just haven't got around to r


I'm sure it's great. Just haven't got around to reading it yet. In fact I found it under a pile of papers I should have dealt with weeks ago. Get the picture. I also discovered there is a 12 step programme called Procrastinators Anonymous. they said there would be a call in meeting every Sunday so I called and was told I was the only caller. I suppose they were waiting for the right time! ha!

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  • 05-31-19

Procrastination a kind of habit or a kind of mind


Procrastination a kind of habit or a kind of mind set can be seen in ordinary people to extraordinary people. Author Patrick Bradley beautifully explained the types of procrastination and their impact and remidy for negative impact.
Passive procrastination can be changed to active procrastination. There are 21 actionable steps. While reading I tried Eat the frog and 10 minutes action. It's very very effective. Definitely others too.
A must read topic by author.

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  • 05-31-19

I know for some time I have some kind of time man


I know for some time I have some kind of time management problem. I just hadn't a clue how to tackle it.
I bought a book "30-day productivity plan" from the same author and liked it a lot as I recognized several situations described in it. It was a real eye opener that got me on the right track to solve my problem.
So with this experience in mind as soon as this book about procrastination was published I had to read it to see whether it could assist me further. And yes it did. If you - like me - are postponing the things you ought to do for your work or study and can't find the way out of that procrastination trap you won't be disappointed when you read this book. It isn't long and boring to read, it is short, focused on the problem with a lot of practical examples.

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  • 05-31-19

I found it very helpful and I am using their tact


I found it very helpful and I am using their tactics working on being successful. It has helped me more that other books I have read on the subject and will take time to turn around a lifetime of procrastinating, but I am hopeful.

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  • 05-31-19

The author takes a logical approach to explaining


The author takes a logical approach to explaining procrastination. This is followed by a self help guide with tactics and approaches to address these challenges. Thank you for your insight. An easy to read, great book.

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  • 05-31-19

Damon made a simple, straightforward, useful, rel


Patrick Bradley made a simple, straightforward, useful, reliable book on how we can overcome one of the main challenges to productivity today. Based on his personal experience and supported by research, this book is a highly-valuable asset. Every year I teach around 400 students at the University. This book is worth being recommended to them all. It's a life changing perl.

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  • 05-31-19

This is a great shot book on how to fight your te


This is a great shot book on how to fight your tendency to procrastinate. Written by one who confessed to having raised procrastination to an art form by the time he was in college the book looks at why we procrastinate and then gives 24 tactics to use to battle procrastination in the real world. Short and to the point, there is no reason to put off reading this book! Very practical and well written.

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  • 05-31-19

The Procrastination Cure is an excellent resource


The Procrastination Cure is an excellent resource for overcoming what may be best described as a virus of productivity. Patrick Bradley offers clear, concise descriptions of the sources for procrastination in a manner that is relatable. As a new supervisor I found his discussion relevant and accessible. In other words, you will not get bogged down in theory and esoterics. Definitely a must have.

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  • 05-31-19

Awesome for me.


This is the second book I’ve read from this author. I really like the length of the books, not too long or overwhelming, and straight to the point. I highly recommend reading this one, and it’s readable in an afternoon.