The book outlines:
- How to decide whether to procrastinate
- Monitor how you currently spend your time
- Does ‘Just Do It’ actually work?
- Why starting with the smallest things first causes you to procrastinate
- How to split up stuff into smaller chunks
- Do you like rewards or punishments?
- How to manage your attention span to your advantage
- Find out how to stop chasing bright shiny objects all the time
- Go public with your agenda
The book is nicely written and can quickly be read over a lunch break or at morning coffee. It requires only a few minutes (maybe half an hour or so) to read through. It gives you an action plan to stop procrastination and start getting things done without wasting any more time.
Even those who don’t have a serious problem putting things off will find some of the management techniques in this book useful. It’s very nicely done and recommended.
You’ll find it on Amazon.com as a Kindle book.
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