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35 review for Never Procrastinate Again: 10 Proven Strategies to Eradicate Your Inner Procrastinator, Conquer Difficult Tasks Ahead of Schedule and Catapult Your Productivity to New Heights!

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jamie Jack

    Brief Survey of Procrastination Topics Procrastination is certainly a hot topic these days. While the author does provide some personal insights on procrastination, unfortunately, most of this book reads like a compilation of nearly every other procrastination guru’s thoughts on the subject. This book is very short, around 10K words, so the author only allows a paragraph or so for each subtopic listed in the table of contents and only two or three for each tactic he mentions in the book's subtitl Brief Survey of Procrastination Topics Procrastination is certainly a hot topic these days. While the author does provide some personal insights on procrastination, unfortunately, most of this book reads like a compilation of nearly every other procrastination guru’s thoughts on the subject. This book is very short, around 10K words, so the author only allows a paragraph or so for each subtopic listed in the table of contents and only two or three for each tactic he mentions in the book's subtitle. So, essentially, this book is simply a survey of current thoughts on procrastination: why we do it, how to avoid it, systems to put into play to keep us from it, etc. While the author does provide exercises at the end of each chapter, there's really not much new to the book if you've already read books on procrastination. The book also had some issues with grammar, punctuation, and usage. From some of the strange things seen—like omitted words, incorrect phrases, and run-on sentences—I don't imagine this was professionally copyedited or even proofread. (I did receive an ARC copy, but the issues persist in the published edition.) It did get distracting at times. My gut instinct, too, tells me that the writer is not a native English speaker, so some phrasing is awkward as well. If you are looking for a brief survey of procrastination topics before you explore it deeper, this book could be helpful. If you have different needs, you want to check out a different book. I received a free copy of this book, but that did not affect my review.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sebastian Maldonado

    Mejor título que contenido Es un libro bien básico, tiene tips interesantes, pero más parece una entrada en un blog que un libro, además está escrito dando por sentado muchas cosas en lugar de presentar evidencia, no hay referencia a estudios y parecen ser todos los tip casi de sentido común. Es un grupo de consejos que se pueden obtener desde internet googleando un poco. Mediocre y corto

  3. 5 out of 5

    Heather Locke

    Basically a blog post on procrastination I don’t doubt that this author did some researching on causes of and action plans for procrastination, but this was definitely more of a blog post or an non-cited college paper than a real motivational book. It’s a 25 minute read but you could find better with a quick Google search.

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