Living Without Procrastination
For 40 million Americans, procrastination creates a host of problems
from missed opportunities to crippling job and money problems. Even
the simplest day-to-day activities can be overwhelmingly difficult to
At one time or another, most of us put off a task that has to be
done. But for some, procrastination is a chronic and incapacitating
problem that makes even the simplest day-to-day activities difficult
This interactive workbook helps readers understand why they
procrastinate and learn how to stop the habit. Through real-life
examples, worksheets, and self-assessment exercises, Living
Without Procrastination lets readers identify their own personal
"procrastination style" and provides a wealth of step-by-step
techniques for unlearning unproductive patterns, overcoming
resistance, and attaining a new sense of purposefulness in their lives.
Individual chapters offer specific strategies for taking on issues
related to procrastination in studying, at work, and at home.
Based on proven techniques and engagingly written, this is a
comprehensive source for self-motivation and change.