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Beat procrastination in 5-weeks. It’s hard to break the procrastination cycle unless you know why you do it and what steps you need to take to solve the problem. STOP WASTING TIME shows you the way. It’s your complete, action-focused, procrastination-ending guide.Up-to-the-minute research helps you understand the causes of procrastination and identify your personal proc Beat procrastination in 5-weeks. It’s hard to break the procrastination cycle unless you know why you do it and what steps you need to take to solve the problem. STOP WASTING TIME shows you the way. It’s your complete, action-focused, procrastination-ending guide.Up-to-the-minute research helps you understand the causes of procrastination and identify your personal procrastination style. Structured and results-oriented steps take you on your journey to increased motivation and productivity. STOP WASTING TIME can help you start living procrastination free.STOP WASTING TIME includes: 5-week program—you take the time necessary to tap into your motivations, meet ambition goals and learn productive habits. Action-focused—hands-on activities and proven techniques get you real results. Instructive and supportive—the wealth of activities and exercises are accompanied by a healthy dose of cheerleading. You can do this! Going to the gym. Making that phone call. Pursuing your dreams. Whatever you want to do, start today.


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Beat procrastination in 5-weeks. It’s hard to break the procrastination cycle unless you know why you do it and what steps you need to take to solve the problem. STOP WASTING TIME shows you the way. It’s your complete, action-focused, procrastination-ending guide.Up-to-the-minute research helps you understand the causes of procrastination and identify your personal proc Beat procrastination in 5-weeks. It’s hard to break the procrastination cycle unless you know why you do it and what steps you need to take to solve the problem. STOP WASTING TIME shows you the way. It’s your complete, action-focused, procrastination-ending guide.Up-to-the-minute research helps you understand the causes of procrastination and identify your personal procrastination style. Structured and results-oriented steps take you on your journey to increased motivation and productivity. STOP WASTING TIME can help you start living procrastination free.STOP WASTING TIME includes: 5-week program—you take the time necessary to tap into your motivations, meet ambition goals and learn productive habits. Action-focused—hands-on activities and proven techniques get you real results. Instructive and supportive—the wealth of activities and exercises are accompanied by a healthy dose of cheerleading. You can do this! Going to the gym. Making that phone call. Pursuing your dreams. Whatever you want to do, start today.

30 review for Stop Wasting Time: End Procrastination in 5 Weeks with Proven Productivity Techniques

  1. 4 out of 5

    Madam J

    In fairness, I used these kinds of books to procrastinate when I don't want to read other books on my shelf that I should be reading. So I read A LOT of books like this. Coulson does indeed provide proven techniques. The problem with that is I've read most of them, many times over, in various flavours. So for me, there was nothing new to be gleaned from this. If you don't know why you procrastinate (and it may not be as straightforward as you think), you won't be able to course-correct. I do know In fairness, I used these kinds of books to procrastinate when I don't want to read other books on my shelf that I should be reading. So I read A LOT of books like this. Coulson does indeed provide proven techniques. The problem with that is I've read most of them, many times over, in various flavours. So for me, there was nothing new to be gleaned from this. If you don't know why you procrastinate (and it may not be as straightforward as you think), you won't be able to course-correct. I do know what my procrastination triggers are, so there wasn't much help there for me. Additionally, some concepts, like 'do the worst task first' was laid down long ago in 'Eat That Frog' and it wasn't new even in that book. This is not a bad book. This is a redundant book, if like me, you've read a bunch like it. Despite the claim of 'this one being different because it has a plan!', I've seen the plans before as well. Nothing in here altered my trajectory. I already know my issues. Whether I work on them is up to me. What this book IS good for is someone who doesn't have much experience with this section of the library, and wants a quick-and-dirty get-right-to-the-meat-of-it actionable plan for examining and overcoming their procrastination. Remember, the work is still on YOU. The book gives you the tools to fix it. It can't fix you all by itself. Even with it said that it would be a good book for beginners, I still think beginners will find it a stepping stone, and will want to venture out beyond what this books offers if they're seriously attempting to change their habits. Balanced against price, it's a good investment for someone with little experience in the subject who wants to figure why they procrastinate and develop of a basic game plan for getting things done.

  2. 4 out of 5

    C. McIntosh

    I’m not entirely sure if I started this book because of the procrastination aspect or to get ideas to feel less overwhelmed with my commitments. I will say that I was impressed with all the activities and exercises to incorporate to progress through the fear of starting something or if you find it mundane and boring. The book offers a 5 week plan and plenty of support to get you through each week. Would I recommend it? I would, but, I admit, there were times I found it overwhelming and each time a I’m not entirely sure if I started this book because of the procrastination aspect or to get ideas to feel less overwhelmed with my commitments. I will say that I was impressed with all the activities and exercises to incorporate to progress through the fear of starting something or if you find it mundane and boring. The book offers a 5 week plan and plenty of support to get you through each week. Would I recommend it? I would, but, I admit, there were times I found it overwhelming and each time a new suggestion came I wanted something simpler. I know, it defeated the object a little but it is honest. Maybe I just wasn’t ready for this kind of book.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Michael

    Remembering the basics Good overview as to the basics for time management. Pomodoro technique for time management referenced several times, so if you know this already then the book value to you is towards understanding your procrastination triggers. Good in-flight or commute listening. Consider it a prep talk read.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Kylie

    This book has helped me tremendously get back on track with my life. Even though it took me longer than 5 weeks to complete, I still found value in the methods. This book will he a permanent member on my bookshelf.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Pamela Simon

    Great Techniques!! This book gave amazing simple techniques to assist with procrastination. I would recommend to any that struggles with accomplishing goals anywhere in their life. Amazing Book!

  6. 4 out of 5

    J Crossley

    This was a good anti-procrastination book. The author begins by looking at the reasons for procrastination and the types of procrsstination. He then goes on to give processes to help you reduce procrastination and become more productive.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Shannon Binegar-Foster

    Great little book. It may have a small footprint but it is packed with tons of great information. I love that is is small enough for me to carry in my purse so I always have access to it. I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book provided to me by the publisher.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jason Arroyo Quirós

    Good ideas not so groundbreaking It has some basic essential ideas the ones most like me is the procrastinator type list, very interesting how you can identify with on of several of them, and how to avoid it.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Keyla Jacinto

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    Daniel Nelson

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    Clare

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    Viet Thang

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    Nathan Chapman

  15. 5 out of 5

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  16. 5 out of 5

    Brenda Zayas

  17. 4 out of 5

    Joanne Clement

  18. 5 out of 5

    Arkadiusz Galinski

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jordan James heron

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  21. 4 out of 5

    Stephen Simpson

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    Lukas Himsel

  27. 5 out of 5

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  28. 4 out of 5

    Remigijus Jarmalavičius

  29. 4 out of 5

    Okay Cem

  30. 4 out of 5

    Alvaro Leal Soria

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