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Get Over Procrastination

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Length: 38 pages15 minutes

Summary

In psychology it has long been believed that people who procrastinate have a faulty sense of time — thinking they will have more time to get things done than they actually do. Other research suggests that procrastinators are trying to avoid distress. Ironically, procrastination is the cause of much stress, anxiety, guilt, shame, self-criticism and lowered self-esteem which all lead to health issues and poorer performance in the long run.
Stop your struggle with putting things off. Start a life that is free from the agony of postponement.
In ‘Get over procrastination’, you will learn how to:
* Gain a precise awareness of your situation
* Manage your time and become more productive
* Stop putting so much pressure on yourself
* Achieve a sense of pride for achieving your goals
* Live a life that is free from guilt.
Order ‘Get over procrastination’ today and start managing your time!

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