Motivation: How to Stop Being Lazy, Get Motivated, and Overcome Procrastination

  • by Linda Help
  • Narrated by JC Anonymous
  • 0 hrs and 25 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

If you are ready to make positive changes in your life, this book has the wisdom you need to do so. These proven techniques will help you break through the wall of procrastination quickly.
The motivational skills that the author teaches have helped people all over the world find inner strength to quit being lazy and to accomplish their goals in life. From the smallest of tasks, such as making your bed every day, to the most paralyzing fears, like preparing for divorce proceedings, Linda offers the wisdom you need to get things done.
This audiobook on how to get motivated reveals:


What causes lack of motivation
Why people procrastinate
A fail-proof plan for overcoming being lazy
Things to do every day to become more motivated
How working toward goals obliterates laziness
How to set achievable goals and complete them
This book will motivate you to do more with your life. In the process of applying these tips on how to stop being lazy, you will find that you feel much better about yourself. It only makes sense, though - the more personal goals you accomplish in life, the better you are going to feel. That's just the way life works!
There's just nothing as fulfilling as a sense of accomplishment that results from making positive changes in your life. This book gives you the means to overcome the heavy weight of negativity that is weighing you down. Lack of motivation cannot reside in your life when you apply the ideas in this book. It just can't.

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

terrible!!

preachy, condescending, shaming, finger in your fawn, thank you. I was looking for practical ideas not wasting time on shame!ce experience. I can put myself do. I had to give it a star it didn't have coming..this spellchecker is crazy maing too
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- ShariAnna - Arizona "sharir"

Disappointed

The 'story' read like a bullet point list. It's best features were its simplicity, brevity and the common sense points. It was fortunate that the 'book' was short. The narration was appalling. The voice had computer sterility, bad inflection and emphasis and was a challenge to listen to--I almost quit the audio before it was completed. The claim at the beginning that this book will make you motivated is bad authorship. It needs work to be worth even the low fee I paid for it -- would anyone feel motivated to do that?
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- Kathleen

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-21-2015
  • Publisher: Creating Residuals Inc