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As tough as it may sound, procrastination is the ‘plague’ of performance. It’s the main reason why our productivity goes down the drain while our to-do list gets bigger and bigger until we can no longer tolerate the pressure of everyday activities. But you’re not alone because thousands of people across the globe are struggling with the same problem as we speak. While some As tough as it may sound, procrastination is the ‘plague’ of performance. It’s the main reason why our productivity goes down the drain while our to-do list gets bigger and bigger until we can no longer tolerate the pressure of everyday activities. But you’re not alone because thousands of people across the globe are struggling with the same problem as we speak. While some of them are actively fighting to keep procrastination in check, others are not even aware of their problem. The good news is you are among the lucky or smart ones who’ve realized they have a problem. The mere fact that you’ve decided to give this book a try means you’re already determined to overcome this obnoxious behavior that has interfered with your daily business for too long. This book is a collection of scientifically-accurate techniques that will help you explore the roots of your procrastination tendencies, challenge the negative self-talk that’s keeping you from being productive, find the ‘right’ motivation to keep you on track and, of course, implement a set of habits that will keep procrastination at bay. The content is inspired by techniques used by psychologists and other mental health professionals from all over the world. However, we’ve decided to opt for a friendly, conversational tone that will appeal to both ‘Psychology geeks’ and laymen as well. Also, most people who struggle with procrastination are constantly looking for excuses to avoid anything that might help them. In other words, a ‘technical’ book might be interpreted as ‘too difficult’, thus prompting you to put it away as soon as this intro part is over. But since our book is neither difficult nor time-consuming, there’s absolutely no reason why you shouldn’t give it a try. Who knows? Maybe you’ll finally manage to get rid of this giant productivity killer. Although the inner-workings of this counterproductive behavior have been explored in countless books and articles, and some strategies have been speculated to be useful in overcoming procrastination, experts have not yet found a 100% effective ‘cure’. This is mainly because overcoming procrastination depends highly on each person’s efforts and determination. In other words, the best strategy can be completely useless in the hands of someone who isn’t motivated or determined to make a change. Because so many people struggle with a profound lack of motivation, we thought it would be a good idea to address this issue too. As a result, along with techniques to actively change your work-related habits, we’ve also included two chapters about motivation and proactivity. If you were motivated enough to open this book, we assume you’re motivated sufficiently to at least try a different approach. Good luck!


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As tough as it may sound, procrastination is the ‘plague’ of performance. It’s the main reason why our productivity goes down the drain while our to-do list gets bigger and bigger until we can no longer tolerate the pressure of everyday activities. But you’re not alone because thousands of people across the globe are struggling with the same problem as we speak. While some As tough as it may sound, procrastination is the ‘plague’ of performance. It’s the main reason why our productivity goes down the drain while our to-do list gets bigger and bigger until we can no longer tolerate the pressure of everyday activities. But you’re not alone because thousands of people across the globe are struggling with the same problem as we speak. While some of them are actively fighting to keep procrastination in check, others are not even aware of their problem. The good news is you are among the lucky or smart ones who’ve realized they have a problem. The mere fact that you’ve decided to give this book a try means you’re already determined to overcome this obnoxious behavior that has interfered with your daily business for too long. This book is a collection of scientifically-accurate techniques that will help you explore the roots of your procrastination tendencies, challenge the negative self-talk that’s keeping you from being productive, find the ‘right’ motivation to keep you on track and, of course, implement a set of habits that will keep procrastination at bay. The content is inspired by techniques used by psychologists and other mental health professionals from all over the world. However, we’ve decided to opt for a friendly, conversational tone that will appeal to both ‘Psychology geeks’ and laymen as well. Also, most people who struggle with procrastination are constantly looking for excuses to avoid anything that might help them. In other words, a ‘technical’ book might be interpreted as ‘too difficult’, thus prompting you to put it away as soon as this intro part is over. But since our book is neither difficult nor time-consuming, there’s absolutely no reason why you shouldn’t give it a try. Who knows? Maybe you’ll finally manage to get rid of this giant productivity killer. Although the inner-workings of this counterproductive behavior have been explored in countless books and articles, and some strategies have been speculated to be useful in overcoming procrastination, experts have not yet found a 100% effective ‘cure’. This is mainly because overcoming procrastination depends highly on each person’s efforts and determination. In other words, the best strategy can be completely useless in the hands of someone who isn’t motivated or determined to make a change. Because so many people struggle with a profound lack of motivation, we thought it would be a good idea to address this issue too. As a result, along with techniques to actively change your work-related habits, we’ve also included two chapters about motivation and proactivity. If you were motivated enough to open this book, we assume you’re motivated sufficiently to at least try a different approach. Good luck!

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