• The Procrastination Cure: Complete Guide to Increase Your Productivity, Conquer Your Inner Procrastinator, Break Bad Habits and Beat Laziness to Master Your Time

  • By: Robert Harington, Marius Bradley
  • Narrated by: Chet Dashman
  • Length: 6 hrs and 13 mins
  • 3.6 out of 5 stars (5 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Are you thinking of learning how to increase your productivity or how to take quick action, make quick decisions, and do more in less time?

Do you often struggle to start important projects? Do you allow tasks to accumulate until they make you feel stressed and overwhelmed?

We know exactly what we want and what we need to do, but we waste hours losing ourselves in useless activities or wandering aimlessly over the internet.

If so, there is a simple solution: The Procrastination Cure.

If you are looking for a method that allows you to break many of your bad habits and increase the things you usually procrastinate, this is a book for you.

Imagine looking at your to-do list and facing them, finishing and getting through the activities. Imagine making quick decisions about which projects will receive your immediate attention. Imagine finishing your job every day hours in advance!

Exact! From imagination to reality

This book will show you, step by step, how to overcome your tendency to postpone important tasks, projects, and activities, and take consistent actions that will catapult your productivity.

Target Users

  • Anyone who wants to start acting. Planning your activities can be an excellent idea, but if you continue to do your activities, without ever starting, you are just making fun of yourself.
  • For those who must make a decision. Procrastination arises from a world, a conflict between what you think and what you (do not) do. Thinking well can be useful, but only actions can really increase your self-esteem.
  • For those who want to face their fears. It is very simple to live in an imaginary world where our desires are realized without effort; it is much more complex to take the initiative and make those dreams come true.
©2019 Robert Harington & Marius Bradley (P)2019 Robert Harington & Marius Bradley

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Not exactly ground breaking.

The only cure for procrastination is to get started. Wow! How insightful. This readers tone mafe me want to nap.

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  • LM
  • 02-21-21

DEAR GOD make it STOP

Drivel. I was listening to this to see if it might be worth recommending to my clients. Narrator appears unable to distinguish where the emphasis in a sentence should go and has an exceptionally monotone delivery making it sound. Nothing useful in here at all. A mixture of the authors opinions and some not terribly relevant research presented in a boring way. A few chapters in I felt compelled to stop procrastinating of my own volition simply so I didnt need to listen any more of these useless "tips". "Batch your inbox" and "Put a flask of coffee on your desk to avoid the distraction of going to the coffee machine" is NOT what I paid for and the descriptions of the root cause of all perfectionism being poor parenting was VERY simplistic. I say that as a trained psychotherapist.

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  • Stephen A Lawrence
  • 09-07-19

Good for me

The writer has a cordial and easygoing style of composing so it's anything but difficult to peruse and retain ideas. When i started listening this book, right away I realized that Nile gets it.

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