Many believe that procrastination is merely about not being sufficiently productive. In truth the term pertains to a tendency that is most detrimental. Try searching for the meaning of procrastination and you will realize that it actually refers to the habit of putting things off, particularly those that are clearly urgent. So, what does a procrastinator do? He chooses to carry out less important tasks, a tendency that he equates with productivity. Since his idea of productivity is completely misguided, he will not be able to achieve true success. With his most vital responsibilities left undone, what he will achieve is simply regret. Of course he will claim to have changed his ways upon noticing that he is wasting a lot of time. Unfortunately it is likely that he will just repeat the same mistake over and over again.
Saying that one will change is never enough to get rid of such a powerful habit. If you think that you are a procrastinator, or if those closest to you are telling you that you are becoming one, you must take action - downloading this audiobook is a good start. As you go through the chapters, you will discover the reasons why you must change and why you should not underestimate the problem. You will also come across ideas and techniques that brought success to those who once suffered from the same life-ruining habit.
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Yes, I would recommend this book because it is extremely motivating. It gives REAL suggestions and a clear plan to to follow if you truly want to live your life in productive way.
Sam's performance was clear and concise. The book was read at just the right speed. It was easy to follow and understand. I was even able to take notes without missing any key points throughout the book.
I learned how to formulate a specific plan to accomplish my goals effectively.
If you are looking for a book that can change your life in a positive way, this book is for you!
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