Procrastination effects everything you do. Waiting 10 minutes before you leave to fix something can make you late. Not outlining your papers and writing first drafts can make your work look sloppy, and late. Not checking mail and filing it as needed can lead to unpaid bills and future financial trouble. Procrastination does not make problems go away, instead it ensures that they will come in spades. Procrastination is a bad habit, but careful planning and hard work can solve it.
I like the content of this book. It was very informative. The extremely frustrating aspect was that it kept skipping and repeating the sentence before. In one paragraph it would literally do it about three times. I would recommend this book, however I would suggest that the presenters or editors or Audible fix the issue of the repetition and skipping.
wow. the worst audible product I've ever listened too. is this about procrastination or about finances? there was even a section when he burped and caughed. how unprofessional. I wish I would've procrastinated in purchasing this audio. I want my money back. Boooooo audible for not having any quality control!
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