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Imagine stress-free productivity. Imagine guilt-free relaxation. Do you feel like you can’t get yourself to do anything? Do you hate yourself for procrastinating? Do you find it impossible to relax because of the frustration and guilt that comes with procrastination? If you struggle with procrastination, then this book is your blueprint for crushing procrastination on Imagine stress-free productivity. Imagine guilt-free relaxation. Do you feel like you can’t get yourself to do anything? Do you hate yourself for procrastinating? Do you find it impossible to relax because of the frustration and guilt that comes with procrastination? If you struggle with procrastination, then this book is your blueprint for crushing procrastination once and for all. 17 Anti-Procrastination Hacks: How to Stop Being Lazy, Overcome Procrastination, and Finally Get Stuff Done teaches you how to quickly and painlessly beat the urge to procrastinate, letting you enjoy life guilt-free. Learn how to easily get yourself spurred into working Imagine if you could painlessly get work done when you need to, and then relax free of guilt afterwards. Well, guess what? 17 Anti-Procrastination Hacks teaches you how to do just that. You will learn… How a racist church can help you get things done—fast! How to make a “tasty” to-do list that makes getting things done *gasp* enjoyable. Why getting started is the hardest part of overcoming procrastination (and 4 foolproof techniques to painlessly kickstart your productivity). And much more! Equip yourself with procrastination-proof methods for finally getting that work done by grabbing your copy of 17 Anti-Procrastination Hacks today. Finally, beat the urge to procrastinate. What if you could crush those feelings of laziness? Well, guess what? You can! You’re about to discover… The ONE word you should be saying that kills the urge to procrastinate. (Backed by science.) Why visualizing success actually leads to procrastination (and how to visualize the RIGHT way and get yourself spurred into working). The surprising to-do list hack that lets you procrastinate and be productive at the same time. (Yeah, seriously.) And much more! Grab your copy of 17 Anti-Procrastination Hacks today to start short-circuiting procrastination. To beat the urge to procrastinate once and for all and start enjoying life guilt-free, scroll up to the top of this page and click BUY NOW! P.S. Don’t say, “someday I’ll get around to buying this book…” because we both know what that means. Click the BUY NOW button at the top of this page to kill procrastination today!


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Imagine stress-free productivity. Imagine guilt-free relaxation. Do you feel like you can’t get yourself to do anything? Do you hate yourself for procrastinating? Do you find it impossible to relax because of the frustration and guilt that comes with procrastination? If you struggle with procrastination, then this book is your blueprint for crushing procrastination on Imagine stress-free productivity. Imagine guilt-free relaxation. Do you feel like you can’t get yourself to do anything? Do you hate yourself for procrastinating? Do you find it impossible to relax because of the frustration and guilt that comes with procrastination? If you struggle with procrastination, then this book is your blueprint for crushing procrastination once and for all. 17 Anti-Procrastination Hacks: How to Stop Being Lazy, Overcome Procrastination, and Finally Get Stuff Done teaches you how to quickly and painlessly beat the urge to procrastinate, letting you enjoy life guilt-free. Learn how to easily get yourself spurred into working Imagine if you could painlessly get work done when you need to, and then relax free of guilt afterwards. Well, guess what? 17 Anti-Procrastination Hacks teaches you how to do just that. You will learn… How a racist church can help you get things done—fast! How to make a “tasty” to-do list that makes getting things done *gasp* enjoyable. Why getting started is the hardest part of overcoming procrastination (and 4 foolproof techniques to painlessly kickstart your productivity). And much more! Equip yourself with procrastination-proof methods for finally getting that work done by grabbing your copy of 17 Anti-Procrastination Hacks today. Finally, beat the urge to procrastinate. What if you could crush those feelings of laziness? Well, guess what? You can! You’re about to discover… The ONE word you should be saying that kills the urge to procrastinate. (Backed by science.) Why visualizing success actually leads to procrastination (and how to visualize the RIGHT way and get yourself spurred into working). The surprising to-do list hack that lets you procrastinate and be productive at the same time. (Yeah, seriously.) And much more! Grab your copy of 17 Anti-Procrastination Hacks today to start short-circuiting procrastination. To beat the urge to procrastinate once and for all and start enjoying life guilt-free, scroll up to the top of this page and click BUY NOW! P.S. Don’t say, “someday I’ll get around to buying this book…” because we both know what that means. Click the BUY NOW button at the top of this page to kill procrastination today!

30 review for 17 Anti-Procrastination Hacks: How to Stop Being Lazy, Overcome Procrastination, and Finally Get Stuff Done

  1. 5 out of 5

    Johan

    Tips to overcome procrastination can always be helpful, but there is this thing about this book that is off putting. It feels copy/pasted without any contribution by the author. Not inspiring at all. There aren't even 17 hacks, some are similar or overlapping. Tips to overcome procrastination can always be helpful, but there is this thing about this book that is off putting. It feels copy/pasted without any contribution by the author. Not inspiring at all. There aren't even 17 hacks, some are similar or overlapping.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Corey

    I for real actually procrastinated while reading an anti-procrastination book

  3. 4 out of 5

    Omar Bajaber

    I don't know how this book ended up in my currently reading list but the fact that it was there for well over a month before I started reading it, well that's a prety good sign I needed to read it. I'll admit at first I was a little sceptical what with the book description reading like one of those sales pitches selling you a bunch of hopes and dreams that are too good and too easily obtained to be true. However the book was prety good, well writen, very concise and it looks like most points are I don't know how this book ended up in my currently reading list but the fact that it was there for well over a month before I started reading it, well that's a prety good sign I needed to read it. I'll admit at first I was a little sceptical what with the book description reading like one of those sales pitches selling you a bunch of hopes and dreams that are too good and too easily obtained to be true. However the book was prety good, well writen, very concise and it looks like most points are backed up by real research. I like the writing style in that it was easy to follow and while it was conversational it didn't dip into being crass as many coversational self help writing tends to be. I'll definitely be looking into the authors other work. As for the overall content of the book, its quite practical, clear cut action points and techniques that make sense, nothing complicated. Most of the "hacks" were new to me so I look forward to trying them out, and I'll truly be able to judge how effective the book is then. The book is soooo short, it only takes a couple of hours to read and Im a slow reader, so I'd recomend reading it, much to gain, little to lose.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Younes

    A compilation of proven strategies to help get things done. The book is right to the point. No roundabouts. (view spoiler)[ some quotes I noted: "You can't edit a blank page" by Jodi Picoult. "You may delay, but time will not" by Benjamin Franklin. (hide spoiler)] A compilation of proven strategies to help get things done. The book is right to the point. No roundabouts. (view spoiler)[ some quotes I noted: "You can't edit a blank page" by Jodi Picoult. "You may delay, but time will not" by Benjamin Franklin. (hide spoiler)]

  5. 5 out of 5

    Chhagan Suthar

    Don't procrastinate on reading this book. It's a short and hindy book incorporating everything regarding procrastination just in 17 points. Each point is explained with certain research or back story which makes reading interesting. Just pick up the book and finish in one go. highlight the lines and quotes which resonate with your personality and use them over and over again so that next time when you procrastinate those lines can be helpful in overcoming it. Don't procrastinate on reading this book. It's a short and hindy book incorporating everything regarding procrastination just in 17 points. Each point is explained with certain research or back story which makes reading interesting. Just pick up the book and finish in one go. highlight the lines and quotes which resonate with your personality and use them over and over again so that next time when you procrastinate those lines can be helpful in overcoming it.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Selma

    if you were to say "self-devellopement" to me i would be making unvolentarily a face of meeeh! , because A).most self-devellopement books i've read haven't develloped anything in me B).because they tend to boss you around and have ideas with no fondation C).because they make it all sound so easy when it IS NOT! however (little did i know) this book may be a exception, it treats a very foundamental issue (procrastination , dah!) with rather a reasonable and fair approche: exposing first the proble if you were to say "self-devellopement" to me i would be making unvolentarily a face of meeeh! , because A).most self-devellopement books i've read haven't develloped anything in me B).because they tend to boss you around and have ideas with no fondation C).because they make it all sound so easy when it IS NOT! however (little did i know) this book may be a exception, it treats a very foundamental issue (procrastination , dah!) with rather a reasonable and fair approche: exposing first the problem, and then suggesting (and i enfesise on suggesting not ordering) solutions, all the while using a lot of well know live examples. one of the most brilliant theories, is that only smart people procrastinate because only smarter people tend to linger on the horror of the task. and it is completly true! the other is"to kill your inner perfectionist", a problem i personally suffer from. wanting everything to be perfect and ready, id say it's the first time i ever considered it to be a problem. and last but not least, macro and micro goals <3 ; Anthony Tollorope did a brilliant thing, that one must follow, to create. the writing is light, funny and encouraging, it took me about 40 minutes to get throught the book. it exposes ideas smoothly and the transition between chapters is well done. favorite quotes: "the first draft of anything is shit" E Hamingway "you can't edit a blank page" Joudie Picoult "a small daily task,if it be really daily, wll beat the labor of hercules" Anthony Trollope *as a side note, this book was recomanded to me by a complete stranger ( a colleague to be fair, but we didn't really know each other). i dont know why exactly he chose this for me, or what he thought i needed, but i am thankfull he did. i ended up enjoying this and really finding use in it. so thank you.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Deyth Banger

    "December 3, 2018 – page 38 67.86% "We live in a world in which each day there are pleny of new stuff... books... movies... videos .... things... everyday it happens .... If you start playing the game of catching the most dopy thing... you ain't gonna win for sure. We see our selfs... important in our priorities... With boozy... self-esteem... and mind which is not really interested in doing anything you can't go anywhere, can ya?" December 3, 2018 – page 38 67.86% "We live in a world in which ea "December 3, 2018 – page 38 67.86% "We live in a world in which each day there are pleny of new stuff... books... movies... videos .... things... everyday it happens .... If you start playing the game of catching the most dopy thing... you ain't gonna win for sure. We see our selfs... important in our priorities... With boozy... self-esteem... and mind which is not really interested in doing anything you can't go anywhere, can ya?" December 3, 2018 – page 38 67.86% "We live in a world in which each day there are pleny of new stuff... books... movies... videos .... things... everyday it happens .... If you start playing the game of catching the most dopy thing... you ain't gonna win for sure. We see our self less... important in our priorities... With boozy... self-esteem... and mind which is not really interested in doing anything you can't go anywhere, can ya?" December 3, 2018 – page 38 67.86% "The problem with procrastination is that behind that line... there is always a good reason to be in that "state"." December 3, 2018 – Shelved as: to-read December 3, 2018 – Shelved December 3, 2018 – Started Reading"

  8. 4 out of 5

    Randy Daugherty

    Do you put off things that you don't like to do? Have a problem getting started or completing task? Know you could succeed but envision yourself at the end of the goal and not the middle? Then this book is for you. It is a quick read, well unless you put off finishing it, or maybe starting it. It offers up ways to get started, how to break those task down into manageable sections. Did you know Da Vinci often said many of his works were not completed, he couldn't find the time. Many authors have strug Do you put off things that you don't like to do? Have a problem getting started or completing task? Know you could succeed but envision yourself at the end of the goal and not the middle? Then this book is for you. It is a quick read, well unless you put off finishing it, or maybe starting it. It offers up ways to get started, how to break those task down into manageable sections. Did you know Da Vinci often said many of his works were not completed, he couldn't find the time. Many authors have struggled to complete their work, how did they finish, learn their secrets and of their struggles. This book will help you get started , if you just put it into practice.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ashutosh Upadhyay

    A good set of advice --- We are habitual to procrastinate the most important task due to some excuses such as – you are always busy in several mundane tasks, you will start when you will get an immediate result, you will wait for perfect time/situation, etc… A simple solution is to break up your important task into several easy micro pieces and attempt one piece at a time. Also, block a fixed time for it to maintain consistency and momentum. Don’t repeat the mistake of visualizing success, inste A good set of advice --- We are habitual to procrastinate the most important task due to some excuses such as – you are always busy in several mundane tasks, you will start when you will get an immediate result, you will wait for perfect time/situation, etc… A simple solution is to break up your important task into several easy micro pieces and attempt one piece at a time. Also, block a fixed time for it to maintain consistency and momentum. Don’t repeat the mistake of visualizing success, instead visualize that you are working hard on doing one piece every time and getting enormous satisfaction after finishing it. Using this strategy, we can easily win over our habit of procrastination.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    Short but extremely useful at putting 'getting stuff done' thinking in perspective. Read it front to back same day. I am guilty of not starting projects I dream of completing then feeling guilty about the wasted time. I work full time & have started my own business on the side, started hobbies in my 30's that I wish I'd started over 10 years ago & thinking where I'd be now if only I'd started back then. I do hope this book pushes me to be more of a get stuff done now person that i wish I was fres Short but extremely useful at putting 'getting stuff done' thinking in perspective. Read it front to back same day. I am guilty of not starting projects I dream of completing then feeling guilty about the wasted time. I work full time & have started my own business on the side, started hobbies in my 30's that I wish I'd started over 10 years ago & thinking where I'd be now if only I'd started back then. I do hope this book pushes me to be more of a get stuff done now person that i wish I was fresh out of collage

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sabrine Tizaoui

    I enjoyed reading this book although it just highlighted what we all already know about time management and life management and such! I liked it whatsoever and it definitely helped me shift some daily actions to be more productive like how to create more doable to-do list. I'd recommend it to anyone who'd like to tidy up their to-do lists and life in general and just be more productive! I enjoyed reading this book although it just highlighted what we all already know about time management and life management and such! I liked it whatsoever and it definitely helped me shift some daily actions to be more productive like how to create more doable to-do list. I'd recommend it to anyone who'd like to tidy up their to-do lists and life in general and just be more productive!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Vincent Milani

    Short and sweet! It goes directly to the good stuff with concrete ways to be productive and stops procrastinating. It even has a cheat sheet at the end if you ever want to quickly check a hack. I strongly recommend this book.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Nur Ul Ain Syed

    A quite brief book with some useful and simple advices to resist procrastination. And I like that it has a quick summary at the end so, you can refer to it for instant motivation and ideas whenever needed.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Siddhida Bargode

    what makes this different from other books is that its just 50 pages.so you cant procrastinate reading this one.plus some real good advice.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Nicklas Karlsson

    Pretty straight forward. Short and sweet!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Ali

    Practical and helpful This book was both concise and interesting. It presented a variety of methods; I will definitely be trying them for homework and any other goals.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Aisling O Carroll

    A quick read, very useful, applicable tips!

  18. 5 out of 5

    L7od

    It helps to get the job done. And that's what I really needed. Easy and fun to read. It helps to get the job done. And that's what I really needed. Easy and fun to read.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Azarel Fernandes

    Straightforward...stop wasting time not reading it

  20. 5 out of 5

    Megan

    Quick and straightforward To-the-point tips on getting over the mental hurdles of procrastination. Would recommend to anyone who finds themselves 'stuck' and frustrated by it. Quick and straightforward To-the-point tips on getting over the mental hurdles of procrastination. Would recommend to anyone who finds themselves 'stuck' and frustrated by it.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Shriti Chatterjee

    Liked the 'Distraction To-do list' idea. Liked the 'Distraction To-do list' idea.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Z.

    It definitely does its purpose, short but efficient book.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Marvin Musfiq

    A short and quick guide to stop procrastination and laziness. Well written.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Hafid

    This is a nice reading. What I found most interesting for me is the hack about self-talk (I can't vs. I don't). This is a nice reading. What I found most interesting for me is the hack about self-talk (I can't vs. I don't).

  25. 4 out of 5

    Ana Lopes

    Super useful and surely one to read loads of times!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Wanroslinawm

    Self help book that i've finished read it within 3 hours😘😘.. 17 tips that can be applied in our daily routine.. being procrastinate really ruin our works.. Self help book that i've finished read it within 3 hours😘😘.. 17 tips that can be applied in our daily routine.. being procrastinate really ruin our works..

  27. 4 out of 5

    Rishav Gupta

    A very practical guide. Unlike the motivational books this book actually give tips on what needs to be done to break procrastination.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Zia Sum

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. One of the practical book to cure procrastination!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Katherine

    Simple and straightforward

  30. 5 out of 5

    Natalia Stanko

    A short and light book. To the point. Refreshment of tools and techniques you probably already know about. Leaves you motivated to work.

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