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This book was a complete waste of money. Although this man is supposed to be an authority on procrastination, every chapter is just a different way to say that there is no real cause for procrastination other than that you are lazy. His solution - stop making excuses and get over it.
Even the colleague who wrote the foreword appears not to have been completely impressed by this book.
Bottom line - do not get this book.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
What would have made Still Procrastinating better?
Ditch the tired cliches. Ditch the empty academic citations. This book is not helpful.<br/>It reads like it was written in about as much time as it takes to read it. <br/><br/>The book is just a series of pop-advice...<br/>example: "Worry will not lead to happiness" Really? Thanks for the wisdom!<br/><br/>...and recitations from academic literature<br/>"research shows that procrastinators do not trust other procrastinators." Really? <br/><br/>Do these two statements help with your motivation? Then this book is for you.<br/><br/>The problem is that this is a tired subject and the author seems to be an expert (don't believe me? Just ask him!), but is too lazy to edit the book down to what is actually useful (new & rare, if not unique). <br/><br/>What is in this book that you Mother hasn't told you? Very, very little.
Would you ever listen to anything by Joseph Ferrari again?
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
A bit of the how-to, and a bit more of the why. Solid material; wide coverage. I give it 4 stars because the areas I found most interesting are the author spent the least amount of time on. But I will be listening to this one again.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful
Very good. As a procrastinator myself i was able to identify with things highlighted.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Found this book very interesting and loved the passion on the author with regards to steps towards eliminating procrastination.
I have definitely learnt from this book was worth listening to.
Thank you Mr Ferrari 😊
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
What disappointed you about Still Procrastinating?
States a lot of fact does little in helping address procrastination
What will your next listen be?
Probably Brave New World
What didn’t you like about Joseph Ferrari and Richard Ferrone ’s performance?
Slow reading style, a lot of facts, no help
What character would you cut from Still Procrastinating?
No characters in the book
Any additional comments?
Reading style very boring