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The Cure to Laziness (This Could Change Your Life)

Develop Daily Self-Discipline and Highly Effective Long-Term Atomic Habits to Achieve Your Goals for Entrepreneurs, Weight Loss, and Success
Written by: Stephen Martin
Narrated by: James Clark
Length: 3 hrs and 23 mins
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Publisher's Summary

You think your lack of willpower is why you always fail.

You think it’s why you can’t lose weight, or succeed as an entrepreneur, and why you procrastinate and waste your day. You think if only you had willpower like other people, life would be different. Everything would change.

But you are wrong.

Will isn’t something you have or don’t. It’s not genetic or gifted to you. It has to be developed. Strengthened like a muscle, built like an athlete from amateur to pro. It’s not about having the “right stuff.” This is about training.

Self-discipline.

Self-discipline is a workout of the mind that forges a new you. Over time you build habits, gain discipline. Your will begins to grow. You go from weak to strong. Things that once were hard become much easier for you. 

When you were a child you had to learn to balance, how to stand. At first it seemed impossible. You fell so many times. But you practiced every day. You got better. Soon your feet carried you. You walked, you ran, and you jumped. Eventually, your legs and body worked in perfect unison. To stand was nothing. To balance was automatic.

You became disciplined.

You built habits out of processes that were once so hard for you. In time, and with training, surmounting the impossible became your natural response. But somewhere along the way you forgot what that was like. You forgot the hard work and effort. You forgot how many times you fell. You forgot that you couldn’t always control your muscle, and you forgot about the long hours it took to build a skill into habit. But I will remind you.

Listen and you'll learn to:

  • Rediscover what it means to have self-discipline and the secrets to build it.
  • Train yourself to go from practically non-existent willpower to the will of a Navy Seal.
  • Build habits of enduring the hard parts until success becomes the only response.
  • Amass an inner sense of fortitude that kicks down walls that try to limit you.
  • Finally remember how it feels to achieve your desires in everything you do.

If that sounds like the transformation you need in your life, then listen to Self-Discipline Secrets right now!

©2019 Martin Ramsey (P)2019 Martin Ramsey

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  • Frank
  • 2019-04-05

Well done

So far this book is awesome. It jumps right into suggestions to help you. Not focusing on how and why it happened.

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  • Tammy
  • 2019-04-11

My training book!

My training book! It brings up positivity and it’s helping me stay tuned you enabling me to feel great about myself and my surroundings; this book is an excellent suggestion to combat procrastination. I hope Stephen Martin comes up with more self-help books like this.

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  • Jane
  • 2019-04-11

A reader-friendly guide.

Well done! The author has included lots of thought-provoking insights about procrastination and habits. I admire the actionable, specific purposes and suggested plans for defeating the bad habits that result in procrastination. Although I have some doubts that I can execute them all right away. There is a lot to digest but very useful knowledge presented.

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  • Sherry
  • 2019-04-11

Ready to write down my to-do list!

I’m beginning to see audio books in a different light. I no longer deem them as a distraction. As a matter of fact, I listened to this procrastination book for six times already. The book’s very handy and has showed lots of information in beating the said bad habit.

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  • Steven
  • 2019-04-07

Weight Loss, and Success

I liked most the number method the car and verbatim I still need practice. But would like to be able to to apply it to on the job training to not be able to ask someone to repeat themselves. Great book.

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  • Crystal D Trujillo
  • 2019-04-07

Great book

Great book to build tactical and practical tools to improve memory. Planning to listen to again! I would highly recommend this book.

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  • C Kemp
  • 2019-04-07

Will impact our outcomes

Select from several methods to build your capacity to recall information that which best suits you. This book is a reminder that our habits, for better or worse, will impact our outcomes.

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  • Herrera
  • 2019-04-07

The book has a variety of techniques.

The book has a variety of techniques for each stage of the learning cycle and everyone can find the piece they are missing to improve their learning process and get the most of it. I love this book.

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  • Timothy Cole
  • 2019-04-07

Excellent book.

Excellent book. The author is a very organized fellow, who puts his ideas forth clearly and articulately.

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  • Millikan
  • 2019-04-05

Lovely indeed!

I can’t wait to put these principles to use in my daily life. Thank you for making this book and sharing your knowledge. Lovely indeed!