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The Anti-Procrastination Habit: A Simple Guide to Mastering Difficult Tasks is a straight-forward, systematic framework for building an action-oriented habit through all the areas in your life. Procrastination can lead to a variety of negative life-altering issues like:

  • Bad grades
  • Poor job performance
  • Unhealthy diet choices
  • Health issues
  • Financial difficulties

Simply put: If you're someone who procrastinates, then this bad habit is limiting your success in a variety of ways. If you don't address this issue, then you'll reduce the likelihood that you'll achieve your major goals. That's why it's critical that you focus on eliminating your procrastination tendencies by building what I call the "anti-procrastination habit." Whether you're someone who lets the occasional task slip through the cracks, or you always do things at the last minute, you'll discover an abundance of actionable advice in this audiobook that's appropriately titled The Anti-Procrastination Habit: A Simple Guide to Mastering Difficult Tasks. Order your copy today to discover a simple approach to managing all your tasks - without feeling overwhelmed.

©2017 S.J. Scott (P)2017 S.J. Scott

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  • dk
  • 07-26-18

Good content, Unenjoyable Voice

There were several good tips I got from the book, however the voice of the reader was difficult to listen to. Reminded me of the mayor in the Simpsons.

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overused ideas

narrative voice is not engaging and he sounds like a roboy, I wish he hired someone else to narrate his book

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QUICK LISTEN AND NARRATER HAS GREAT VOICE

Listen to this one all day whilst commuting. Use it as background noise and sub programming instead of listening to the drivel on the radio.

I enjoyed it and am excited about using several of the tools offered in this book. “Make each task you you dread doing related to a goal...”. Best line in the book

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I wish I hadn't bought it

If you are already short on time this book will frustrate you. I feel like I wasted a couple of hours of my time listening to filler completely unrelated to the topic.

1) The first 7 chapters of the audiobook are promos or regurgitation descriptions of what you already are expecting from the book. 1 chapter, OK, but 7?
2) A large portion of the rest of the book seems to be a recap of other peoples books and ideas. This might be valuable but it is very difficult to listen to when you thought you paid for original ideas, or at least a new take on others original ideas.
3) For me, the voice became annoying after a very short time. It made the material more difficult to listen to.
4) I persevered as long as I could stand it because I wanted the book to be good. In the end it was just too much.

On top of all of this, the book mentions a couple of websites where you can download free "bonus" resources for buying the book. The only way you can access the resources is by giving your contact information and joining as a member. These are hardly free resources if you have to give your information to get them. Neither are they bonuses if you buy the book. Anyone can access these "resources" if they have the website address.

I will not buy another book from this author.

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Awesome book

Great read lot of useful information and can be followed with ease
Thanks for this

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  • D
  • 09-12-17

Application is what it takes

Good information but it always takes application. This book provides resources to apply with guidance.

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One of The Best Time Management Books

If you want results and quick, you will read this book and make it a permanent book in your library.

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Couldn't even finish it

I am not sure if it was the robo voice reading or the dry content that seemingly continually referenced getting medical issues addressed. Disappointed. Definitely not measure to the reviews hyping this to be such a great book

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Simple But Basic Guidance

The structure of the book is a little confusing with exercises, practices, steps, and activities. The book provides simple but basic guidance on building good habits, such as:
* Write down all your tasks
* Focus on five core projects
* Set goals
* Eliminate/delegate/reduce tasks not related to goals
* Plan your schedule

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Enjoyed it and was a great read.

I enjoyed this book and would certainly recommend that you give it a try. It has certainly helped me in a number of different ways.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 08-14-19

Brilliant!

I found this book very helpful. The advice was straightforward and simple enough to follow. The PDF that goes along side the book is also useful and means that you don't have to write so many notes!

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  • Linda Cherril Badenhorst
  • 04-09-19

Inspiring!

I purchased this book to assist me with some of my bad procrastination habits that I was aware of. This book has taken them to another level. I am now more enlightened as to how many more bad procrastination habits we have and how it affects our stress levels. I am truly inspired to develop better timing habits to better manage my busy life.

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  • bbzona
  • 09-20-18

Very good

Excellent and simple to understand with some practical exercises that can lead you to buy the physical book.