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Procrastination is a big daily problem for many or most of us. You know you should go to the gym, but you stay at home and watch TV. You know that it’s time to do the homework, but you went online and check Facebook. You know you should make a business plan today, but you decide to do it tomorrow. In this book, not only you will know why we always put things off, why you Procrastination is a big daily problem for many or most of us. You know you should go to the gym, but you stay at home and watch TV. You know that it’s time to do the homework, but you went online and check Facebook. You know you should make a business plan today, but you decide to do it tomorrow. In this book, not only you will know why we always put things off, why you keep what you’ve been doing but also how to overcome procrastination. At the end of this book, you’ll be able to change your ways to get things done, be more productive and achieve more of your goals. It’s not that hard to stop procrastinating. The first step in overcoming any procrastination you face is to understand why you are procrastinating. Several reason why we procrastinate are listed below: #1 Unpleasant Task #2 Lack of Interest #3 Lack of Initiative #4 Task is Not Important #5 Don’t Have Time #6 Requires Major Effort #7 Fear of Failure #8 Fear of Success #9 Fear of Finishing Motivate Yourself: Getting Over Procrastination It is not about management only, you have to be motivated first to get started: After you get started, it does not end there. You have to motivate yourself to finish it and get things done. How to? Take Inspired Action: Plan your day ahead Prioritize Avoid Excuses Focus on One task at a Time Break Big Tasks into Smaller Pieces Make it time-framed. Set deadlines. Challenge Yourself Aim Higher Use Time Blocks Avoid Distraction in the Middle of Doing a Certain Task Self-Discipline Have Daily Routines and Habits Clean your house. Literally! Generously reward yourself. Download this book right now and be versed why you procrastinate and how to stop procrastination within you. Take Action and BUY this book before price rises to $4.99 in no time. Scroll to the top of the page and select the buy button. Tags: beat procrastination, productivity hacks, productivity ninja, habit power, stop being lazy,improve your life, stop procrastination,time management, affirmations, self help,


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Procrastination is a big daily problem for many or most of us. You know you should go to the gym, but you stay at home and watch TV. You know that it’s time to do the homework, but you went online and check Facebook. You know you should make a business plan today, but you decide to do it tomorrow. In this book, not only you will know why we always put things off, why you Procrastination is a big daily problem for many or most of us. You know you should go to the gym, but you stay at home and watch TV. You know that it’s time to do the homework, but you went online and check Facebook. You know you should make a business plan today, but you decide to do it tomorrow. In this book, not only you will know why we always put things off, why you keep what you’ve been doing but also how to overcome procrastination. At the end of this book, you’ll be able to change your ways to get things done, be more productive and achieve more of your goals. It’s not that hard to stop procrastinating. The first step in overcoming any procrastination you face is to understand why you are procrastinating. Several reason why we procrastinate are listed below: #1 Unpleasant Task #2 Lack of Interest #3 Lack of Initiative #4 Task is Not Important #5 Don’t Have Time #6 Requires Major Effort #7 Fear of Failure #8 Fear of Success #9 Fear of Finishing Motivate Yourself: Getting Over Procrastination It is not about management only, you have to be motivated first to get started: After you get started, it does not end there. You have to motivate yourself to finish it and get things done. How to? Take Inspired Action: Plan your day ahead Prioritize Avoid Excuses Focus on One task at a Time Break Big Tasks into Smaller Pieces Make it time-framed. Set deadlines. Challenge Yourself Aim Higher Use Time Blocks Avoid Distraction in the Middle of Doing a Certain Task Self-Discipline Have Daily Routines and Habits Clean your house. Literally! Generously reward yourself. Download this book right now and be versed why you procrastinate and how to stop procrastination within you. Take Action and BUY this book before price rises to $4.99 in no time. Scroll to the top of the page and select the buy button. Tags: beat procrastination, productivity hacks, productivity ninja, habit power, stop being lazy,improve your life, stop procrastination,time management, affirmations, self help,

30 review for Quit Talking, Start Doing! Motivate Yourself When No One Else Can: Get Over Procrastination and Boost Productivity towards Success (Productivity Tips, Getting Things Done, Habit Hacks)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Ann

    The subtitle in this book sums it up: motivate yourself when no one else can. It is easy to sit back, find excuses and do nothing. That just leads to further frustration. There is not a lot of new material in this book, but the author does an excellent job of summarizing what needs to be done and effective ways to implement your goals. Collins begins by explaining procrastination, why we do it, and the damage it can cause. Next the reader is encouraged to take charge, believe in himself and take The subtitle in this book sums it up: motivate yourself when no one else can. It is easy to sit back, find excuses and do nothing. That just leads to further frustration. There is not a lot of new material in this book, but the author does an excellent job of summarizing what needs to be done and effective ways to implement your goals. Collins begins by explaining procrastination, why we do it, and the damage it can cause. Next the reader is encouraged to take charge, believe in himself and take the steps to pull out of his lethargy. These include prioritizing, focusing on task, planning, breaking tasks into time blocks, and setting deadlines. Finally, the reader is encouraged to implement self-discipline, establish routines, and reward himself when successful. This is a great little book to keep handy whenever you feel yourself slipping into the doldrums or finding your desk a helpless mire of unfinished tasks. Highly recommended for tweens, teens, and adults.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Jones

    Got it done ✔. The book was a quick and easy read. For someone that tend s to get distracted often, the pace of the book kept moving as often as my mind would. Some of the tips were, "yeah, I heard that before", but useful reminder never the less. Will definitely keep nearby and possibly read it again for reassurance. Got it done ✔. The book was a quick and easy read. For someone that tend s to get distracted often, the pace of the book kept moving as often as my mind would. Some of the tips were, "yeah, I heard that before", but useful reminder never the less. Will definitely keep nearby and possibly read it again for reassurance.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Vanessa

    Um yeah, this book spoke to me So I had this downloaded ages ago & never read it until now lol. Yes, I procrastinate! Really good tips & advice that I'm making an effort to actually use more. Time is short & tomorrow isn't promised Um yeah, this book spoke to me So I had this downloaded ages ago & never read it until now lol. Yes, I procrastinate! Really good tips & advice that I'm making an effort to actually use more. Time is short & tomorrow isn't promised

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kmritsa

    I thought it was a decent book as it was concise in its approach but also was everything a person whose read on this topic knows to do. There were a few new points though that I would like to try.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Brandon Secret

    Procrastinate A great book for those like myself who procrastinate. I've tried a few of their tips and it works. Main thing that this book require is self discipline Procrastinate A great book for those like myself who procrastinate. I've tried a few of their tips and it works. Main thing that this book require is self discipline

  6. 5 out of 5

    SD Yancey-Stewart

    The spirit of laziness has lost it's battle in me. When I read the title of this book, I knew it was time for me to put a lot of things in order that would save my life and ministry that I discovered and pastored for 19 years. You probably say, "that's a little too drastic", and I would say nooo… everything in this book had my face stamped on it. That's why I can say the spirit of laziness has lost its battle in me. There's were so many nuggets in this book but the following three topics really s The spirit of laziness has lost it's battle in me. When I read the title of this book, I knew it was time for me to put a lot of things in order that would save my life and ministry that I discovered and pastored for 19 years. You probably say, "that's a little too drastic", and I would say nooo… everything in this book had my face stamped on it. That's why I can say the spirit of laziness has lost its battle in me. There's were so many nuggets in this book but the following three topics really stood out and touched me: a. What procrastination really is in a nutshell. b. What's the real reason why we procrastinate. c. And, the damaging effects procrastination has upon you and those around you. I like the way the Author wrote it, "Make your someday to today. Your dreams will remain dreams unless acted upon by an outside force. (Law of Inertia!) Everybody wants to improve their life but most of the time, it remains just a “want.” You must put your time, effort and sometimes money to make it happen." I can say before you get to the end of this book, you will be more motivated to change the way you get things done in a timely manner and be more productive to achieve those goals that were in your yesteryear. I recommend this book to all the procrastinators in the world to break the habit of being a life long procrastinator. Get off the couch - go and exercise those muscles. Get out the house - get some fresh air. Start that project God was tugging on your heart for the longest time. Start that support group that needs your council. Go on that trip you always wanted to go on. Go back to school to get that degree…you get the picture. My Leaving Thoughts: Stop putting off...what you can accomplish today so you can see, walk and live in a better tomorrow. Need I Say More!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Shrutin

    The book seemed like a weekend project with no time to even be proofread. However, I'd thank the author for taking the effort, this being an important issue that most, if not all of us grapple with. While a lot of the suggestions were ordinary or stuff we know, I did find 1-2 ideas that are useful, such as: When you're avoiding getting started on something, one shouldn't focus on the task itself, but instead on just the next 10 minutes of getting into it or starting it. Eg.: if you're feeling lazy The book seemed like a weekend project with no time to even be proofread. However, I'd thank the author for taking the effort, this being an important issue that most, if not all of us grapple with. While a lot of the suggestions were ordinary or stuff we know, I did find 1-2 ideas that are useful, such as: When you're avoiding getting started on something, one shouldn't focus on the task itself, but instead on just the next 10 minutes of getting into it or starting it. Eg.: if you're feeling lazy about going to the gym, don't think about the workouts themselves, but rather of just getting dressed and getting out the door. The rest will just be an incremental effort and not as big as imagining hitting the gym. Then there was one I usually follow, where, quoting the book, "for a thrill of competition, push yourself a little to your limits. If you are supposed to finish a task by 30 minutes, try to hit it in 20 minutes."

  8. 4 out of 5

    Latriece Powell

    Great Read.. I enjoyed reading this book. It has helped me too see some areas in my daily routine where I PROCRASTINATE.. It gave some very helpful tips that I'm going to implement RIGHT NOW!... Thank to the Author K Collins for these life changing lessons. Great Read.. I enjoyed reading this book. It has helped me too see some areas in my daily routine where I PROCRASTINATE.. It gave some very helpful tips that I'm going to implement RIGHT NOW!... Thank to the Author K Collins for these life changing lessons.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jamesha Green

    Easy read with useful tips. A good tool to help any procrastinator get on the right track! I can't wait to implement many of these steps to my everyday life. Easy read with useful tips. A good tool to help any procrastinator get on the right track! I can't wait to implement many of these steps to my everyday life.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Lizzie

    I actually really enjoyed the book and have put it in to my rereading pile

  11. 4 out of 5

    Neelam Babul

    A very beneficial book for every individual. It is simple and to the point. Very helpful.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Boyles

    Quick read Great ideas and had a good time reading through them. The list in the back is easy overview after reading the book.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Andrew

    Quick read Very simple book. This book was straight to the point and served as a jump start for motivation. I will read again as a quick motivation booster. Decent read.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Fauzia

    Short book and to the point. Easy read. The advice is mostly common sense - nothing earth shattering but a good motivation boost.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Nila

    This book was great for a freebie, but reading might not be enough for the self-motivators I know.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Scott Sanders

    Short and to the point. Read it, do it. It will make your life easier. This book will give you steps towards getting it done.

  17. 4 out of 5

    wally

    Great ideas I found the ideas in this book to be right on. The number one take away is the morning ritual of hardest thing first (for me)

  18. 4 out of 5

    Nicole Quiett-May

  19. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

  20. 4 out of 5

    David Ingerson

  21. 4 out of 5

    widiyabuana

  22. 5 out of 5

    Emyrose Ice

  23. 4 out of 5

    Yen Nguyen

  24. 4 out of 5

    Zach Geary

  25. 5 out of 5

    Basia

  26. 5 out of 5

    MUKUNDAN MENON

  27. 4 out of 5

    Hoss

  28. 4 out of 5

    vaibhav pratap Singh

  29. 5 out of 5

    Shemeka Mitchell

  30. 4 out of 5

    mehendi hans

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