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Damon Zahariades

21 Proven Tactics for Conquering Your Inner Procrastinator, Mastering Your Time, and Boosting Your Productivity!

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    What's in it for me? Put a stop to procrastination … right now!

    Do any of the following scenarios sound familiar?

    You consistently underestimate the amount of time tasks take to complete, leaving you scrambling to finish work on time. You often postpone paying bills until you're charged interest, and don't go to the doctor until a minor complaint becomes a major problem.

    If you're nodding along, you might suffer from chronic procrastination. But that's nothing to be ashamed about. Humans have an inbuilt tendency to procrastinate. And that's not necessarily a bad thing. We're simply not built to be productive all the time. 

    But procrastination can be a problem when it becomes a habit. That's why there's no better time than right now to learn proven strategies for getting it under control.

    In these blinks, you'll learn

    • how to stop scrolling through social media instead of working;
    • why your to-do list is probably too long; and
    • which time management tools you need in your life.
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    What is The Procrastination Cure about?

    The Procrastination Cure (2017) is an invaluable resource for anyone who's prone to procrastination. Beginning with an accessible guide to the underlying causes that contribute to procrastination, it then offers simple, proven strategies for conquering the urge to procrastinate, boosting productivity, and working optimally to meet personal and professional goals.

    Who should read The Procrastination Cure?

    • Those who have difficulty starting new tasks or completing tasks on time
    • People who want to stop scrolling endlessly through social media sites
    • Chronic procrastinators who are ready to kick the habit

    About the Author

    Damon Zahariades is the productivity expert behind the popular website ArtOfProductivity, and the author of countless books that address themes of productivity, motivation, procrastination, and time management. 

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