• How to Stop Procrastinating

  • Powerful Strategies to Overcome Laziness and Multiply Your Time
  • By: Daniel Walter
  • Narrated by: Gregory Sutton
  • Length: 3 hrs and 8 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (62 ratings)

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By: Daniel Walter
Narrated by: Gregory Sutton
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Publisher's Summary

Have you ever felt there are not enough hours in the day to finish important tasks? 

Do you feel stressed, anxious, and worried because your to-do lists never get completed? 

Face it – at some point in your life, you have experienced unwanted distractions that kept you from focusing on pursuing your goals.  

Whether you are an aspiring entrepreneur, a teacher, a student, or a stay at home parent — this book will show you how to shatter procrastination and live a life of purpose and fulfillment. No matter how big or small, we all have goals, and when days turn into weeks and weeks turn into months and months turn into years without achieving them, life can get pretty depressing. 

Did you know that you are only one or two mindset tweaks away from eliminating procrastination from your life? 

In How to Stop Procrastinating, you will find the reasons why we procrastinate in the first place, and how to use that to accelerate your productivity to higher heights. This book will enlighten your mind and open your eyes to the infinite possibilities that are available to you, whether you want more financial freedom, happiness, or personal fulfillment. You will discover: 

  • The science behind crushing procrastination
  • How to escape social media traps that engage you for hours on end
  • The importance of eating the right foods to boost your productivity
  • How to overcome previous fears of failure, judgment, and rejection
  • Powerful action-based tips to reach your goals faster
  • How to discipline yourself physically, mentally, and emotionally
  • Techniques to master the art of time management

The time is now, not tomorrow, not next week. Don’t waste another day — now is the time for transformation. 

Click the "Buy" button to get the audiobook today!

©2020 Daniel Walter (P)2020 Daniel Walter

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Highly Recommended

This book the most helpful book on dealing with the bad habit of procrastination that I have read. It has made a positive impact on my life since I have started applying what I read. The book provides many steps by step tools that can be used to counteract the thought processes that contribute to procrastination.

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a helpful primer for improvement.

A lot of this book comes from the tough love approach: as the author says procrastination is a bad habit and it takes effort to overcome. this provides some fundamental tips but leaves the process for the reader to develop. you might want to follow up on this book with a few online examples of how to perform productivity improvement exercises.

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SUPER GREAT BOOK!!! A Must read or listen to!

This is an awesome audible book!!! the narrator was very enthusiastic and emphasized on areas that were important. Overall I gave it five stars the author gave a lot of great information and instructions how to overcome procrastinating. There were areas where I listened over and over to get a deeper understanding and opened up my mind to areas that I didn't even think about .I definitely would recommend this book for all who need help with procrastination. I must say well written and great job Daniel Walter!!! and nice job narrator Gregory Sutton.😊👌🤩

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This is an excellent book and it bears rereading from time to time. A " must in your collection".

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If you will open yourself up to receive this information, it will pierce you deep and help you to see where you have been slacking in achieving your desires and goals. Very practical and in your face!

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Solid Book

I've been a serial procrastinator for much of my life. There are times when I simply cannot push myself to do what I know needs doing. I was sent to time management classes, planner retreats, and given all the productivity tools I could ever dream of during my last round of employment, and they all worked - for about 20 minutes. Because procrastination is not time management or productivity problem.

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You should get it

If you're a true procrastinator, you might not want to read this book. The problem is that you might actually, secretly like being a procrastinator. It's hard to admit, it's admitting a weakness or an addiction. It's a hard habit to kick.

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I Would definitely recommend it.

The book is a very detailed read. Very useful and described many things we need in life. I Would definitely recommend it.

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Perfect

Procrastination is one of my worst habits but this has helped me tremendously. I really struggled to step out of my comfort zone and will give every excuse under the sun not to. After listening to this book I have managed to open many doors. Go on give it a go!

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I recommend it

I enjoyed listening to it. It is amazing how the writer attaches you to his book. I recommend it

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  • Dr. MB Rajesh, London
  • 05-28-21

Really useful

Plain facts that needs reminding said in a simple clean way. These strategies will help but needs to be practised!

But over the years we lose perspective and focus. This book brings it right back

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  • Raymond Delacruz
  • 02-06-21

Amazing book

This is an amazing book it has really helped me in learning new life skills it has helped me with feeling more motivated and I would highly recommend this book I have already recommend this to many of my friends you will not be disappointed