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Discover the real reason you struggle to reach your goals and exactly how to fix it.

Science says 92% of people who set a goal never achieve it.

We all procrastinate. Sometimes it's the trivial things, but usually it's the important ones like finishing that work report, doing the laundry, finally going to the gym.

Procrastinators always have a creative reason why today, now, just isn't the right time. Too stressed, too broke, too busy, too risky, too old, too young.

Most of the time these are simply lies used to delay tasks and escape the emotional discomfort we all experience when making meaningful changes in our lives.

"The truth is, procrastinators are made, not born as you've been led to believe."

Procrastination is a lifestyle, a bad habit we tend to learn indirectly, usually in response to an authoritarian parenting style.

In fact, scientists have discovered that when we form habits we actually slightly change our brains and consequently our behavior.

The good news is that with the right scientific tactics everyone can take control of this process, set achievable goals, and create good habits to live a happier life.

The method described in this book is a definitive step-by-step guide that has already changed the life of many people and has helped them stop procrastinating, manage time better, be more productive, and reach their goals.

©2017 David Patton (P)2017 David Patton

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absolutely terrible

I was hoping to get some insight from this book but it was terrible the book is nothing but Common Sense ideas to help with procrastinating I was hoping to get some good ways to enable me to be more productive and this book was nothing but a waste of time.