“Procrastination makes easy things hard, hard things harder.”—Mason Cooley
“My advice is to never do tomorrow what you can do today. Procrastination is the thief of time.”– Charles Dickens
Living in an active world, you will realize that once you are done with something, there is another task waiting for you. So putting off task will only result to a piled-up work that needs to be done. By trying to avoid stress for the meantime, you automatically open the window for stress.
Among the triggers for procrastination include lack of a healthy self-esteem or the feeling of inadequacy about self or the required skills to get a certain job done. This book concisely breaks down different ways you can overcome procrastination and build your life upon new motivation and tactics. Getting things done have never been this easy!
You will find out that dealing with procrastination does not require as much effort as the world thinks. You will begin to experiences new form of willpower and control over your mood, motivations, and your entire goals. You will develop a new habit of finishing things and also motivate your team to reach the same level of improvement, creating a win-win work process.
Things you will learn:
How to get things done, right now
Understanding the triggers of procrastination
Handling the triggers of procrastination
Working on your emotional response to circumstances
Staying motivated even when everything goes dim
How to save time, relax and still get things done