“I’m a huge procrastinator. At work, I’m in charge of our Health and Safety audits. A lot of it is over my head, but we’re a small company, so I’m teaching myself how to do it, and sometimes it’s boring so I don’t want to. I was looking for hints to get out of the rut of negative thinking. I like to think about others, not myself – a self-worth thing – and I liked reading the way you wrote it. You gave examples of the types of procrastination and it clicked. It made me feel like I was not alone. Other people suffer the same doubts or over-expectations as me.” – June Hamel, an early reader
Buy it now, and start hacking your procrastination right away:
- Procrastinators need to pre-commit and invest in themselves in order to act. You can find free content about procrastination – one way I learned so much about the topic! – or, by investing, persuade yourself to apply just one technique today.
- “Just one technique” successfully applied will work out to many more in the long run – ending your identification with being “a procrastinator,” and making you one of the proactive ones. Incremental habit change works, and it shifts the perceptions of yourself and others.
- Signing up to the mailing list while ordering means you’ll be rewarded with a free copy of the abridged book, A Quick-Start Guide to Quit Procrastination (also on Amazon and the Apple Books store) which you can give away, or keep for its handy short lessons.
This is available in ePub format, which is useful for eReaders like Kindle and iBooks. There is a PDF tucked away in here, however, it is not the final version due to missing formatting elements. It’s there for your convenience to save to your laptop should you read it on a tablet but want to print the worksheets.
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