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Procrastination: 12 Things to Help You Stop Procrastinating. Learn How to Stop Procrastinating and Start Getting Things Done

Length:
32 pages
20 minutes
Released:
Jun 19, 2017
ISBN:
9781386707622
Format:
Book

Description

“I’ll start Monday” or “First thing in the morning” are common phrases many of us use to put off doing a number of things we should just start doing now. Procrastination can easily go from a simple two-second status update to a two hour-long quiz taking, page stalking frenzy. Everyone is guilty of it and everyone has their excuses for procrastinating which then leads them to pulling all night and forcing themselves to work thorough another pot of coffee or energy drink. 

If you have one or many things you keep putting off or if you just want to be more productive than this book will guide you to accomplishing more with less effort than it takes to actual procrastinate. Procrastination 12 Things to Help You Stop Procrastinating. Learn How to Stop Procrastinating and Start Getting Things Done will help you stay motivated and take the first step to accomplish a number of those to-dos’s you have been putting off for months. 

Some of the tips covered include:

-How to avoid procrastination before it begins

-How to approach the many number of task in your day

-Ways to stay motivated and on track

-How to avoid procrastination with big projects and life changes

Released:
Jun 19, 2017
ISBN:
9781386707622
Format:
Book

About the author

Mark Jones received a born-again experience at age seven, was baptized by the Holy Ghost at age eight, and preached his first youth service at nine. Jones is an ordained minister with the Assemblies of God. He and his wife, Terry, live in southwest Missouri and have three grown daughters.


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