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How to Stop Procrastinating

A Simple and Effective Way to Beat Laziness and Get Things Done
Written by: John Bale
Narrated by: Heath Douglass
Length: 39 mins

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Publisher's Summary

Do you want to know how to finally conquer laziness and procrastination? Most of us cannot achieve and have the things in our life, because of this simple, but not an easy thing to manage called - Procrastination!   

Learn how I managed to beat procrastination so that you won't make the same mistakes. In this short and simple introduction audiobook, you will find the true way to conquering that quality about yourself. Follow this simple and short guide which will yield the results you truly desire. You'll finally become laziness free again!  

Stop figuring everything out by yourself! Procrastination and laziness are the same thing as any other disease or illness that people have or have had in their lives. However, there is always a cure for everything, even if you don't believe that there is.  

Like any other skill it requires focus and commitment on your part, but the commitment you gather will lead you to success in your inner world. As I stated earlier, this audiobook will reveal to you what is procrastination and how to deal with it. If you follow it and dedicate yourself to becoming a better person, you will see the results.  

Topics covered include:

  • What is procrastination 
  • What are the key symptoms of procrastination
  • What are the negative effects of procrastination
  • Highly effective ways to beat procrastination
  • Work habits to boost productivity

It's up to you to discover if you have what it takes to become procrastination free! If you are serious about changing your character and finally controlling your laziness, then buy this audiobook now!

©2019 John Bale (P)2019 John Bale

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  • sahara
  • 2019-05-08

easy follow


Love the way this book is written with the chronic procrastinator in mind - there's a lot of personal content which helps the reader feel 'normal' but offers a lot of practical help that is tried and tested to be easily implemented

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  • ohono
  • 2019-05-04

A good book


A good book as an introduction to productivity concepts! It's helped me think about the way that I work and revise my planning system

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  • Larry zhang
  • 2019-05-04

definite guide


I really enjoy this book. It is simple, common sense, and easy to follow. I'm putting all my hope on these techniques. Even though I just finished, I saw myself practicing some strategies while I was still reading. I gave it a four because I found repetitive in some sections and the table of content was not easy for me to follow. However, the content is meaningful and useful.

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  • Lemmy
  • 2019-05-04

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This book contains lots of thought provoking insights about procrastination and habits. It also provides a lot of actionable, specific methods and suggested plans for overcoming the bad habits that result in procrastination. There is a lot to digest but very useful information presented