• How to Stop Procrastinating

  • Developing Discipline with Hacks, Case Studies, Apps, and Tools That Can Help Fight Procrastination and Get More Done in Less Time: Includes Step-by-Step 66 Day Plan
  • By: Dan Lopez
  • Narrated by: Macken Murphy
  • Length: 3 hrs and 2 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (46 ratings)

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How to Stop Procrastinating

By: Dan Lopez
Narrated by: Macken Murphy
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Publisher's Summary

Want to stop procrastinating today? And take control of your life? The solution is simple: This book is the must-have hand guide for any procrastinator ready to make a change. Fatigue, pressure, stress, insomnia, and failure to achieve our life’s ambitions are all too well-known pitfalls we face in our daily lives. It will teach you to stop procrastinating, kick your addictions, circumvent laziness, take control of your actions, and achieve your goals. 

This book has been written to help the chronic procrastinator take a deeper psychological and evidence-based look into their habit of procrastination. Supported by clear case studies, a collection of invaluable resources, and easy-to-follow practical guides, this book is the must-have hand guide for any procrastinator ready to make a change.  

You will learn: 

  • How to recognize the warning signs of procrastination
  • The three types of procrastinator
  • The workplace method
  • Developing discipline and how to make productivity habit
  • Becoming independent
  • Develop a long-term mind-set
  • Keeping track of your successes
  • Step-by-step 66 day plan: daily mantras and challenges  

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©2019 Dan Lopez (P)2019 Dan Lopez

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No content. Reviews seem fake.

I'm pretty sure most of the reviews for this are fake. There is just no content in here. None of the 5 star reviews mention anything tangible that they learned.

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Not too inspiring for me

Maybe because I just finished listening to Habit by Charles Duhigg and Grit by Angela Duckworth, as much as I really want to like this book, I just can’t find it interesting and inspiring enough for me.

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From a procrastinator…

The content was great and brief! Didn’t really like the voice of the narrator. But this book has given me insight on why, how I procrastinate. Especially the types… I have now downloaded the book on Kindle so I can go the 66 day program - reading through it will reinforce what I listened to.

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Not worth listening


A total waste of time. Not anything helpful. It's like listening to a tale. Not worth listening to at all.

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Solid book

A pretty good guide on how to stop procrastinating. Some helpful tips that you will easily be able to implement.

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Actionable

I loved how straight forward all of the guidances were. Every step was a direct call to action, if you like engaging with material then this book is for you.

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Very helpful

I highly recommend listening this book. The author is very informative, passionate and dedicated to his work. Everything was easy to follow along with and comprehensive. I'm excited to begin my journey on eliminating my procrastination habits! Enjoy

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Super book

Extremely helpful book on the subject, and one of the most directly useful and practical guides I've listen. Studying procrastination used to be one of my favorite procrastination strategies, but I haven't been doing that so much since listening Lopez's great guide. Thank-you

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Buy this book

Great book. I enjoyed the practical tools given that aid with implementation advice. Thank you.

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An excellent easy listen!

I was skeptical about finishing this book, after all I am a procrastinator! But I found it so easy to listen. My new motto is just get started and the rest falls into place. An excellent quick listen, with lots of helpful hints and tips along the way!

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  • 01-28-21

Pretty poor

Had high hopes for this book but it is really poor. I can’t believe I wasted my monthly credit on this. I listened to Atomic Habits before this which was so much better. The content in this book is wishy washy with no real substance.