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“Solving The Procrastination Puzzle” by Timothy Pychyl (Book Summary)

Solving The Procrastination Puzzle by Timothy Pychyl is a super short book with lots of actionable advice on how to overcome procrastination. Pychyl is a psychology professor and one of the world’s leading experts on procrastination. He’s been researching about it for 20+ years and distills his favorite ideas into this little book. Due to its short […]

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“The Now Habit” by Neil Fiore (Book Summary)

The Now Habit by Neil Fiore is an old-school procrastination book. It’s not as scientific as some of its new competitors, but it makes up for it with counter-intuitive strategies such as The Unschedule, guilt-free play, three-dimensional thinking, the work of worrying, and more. If you’re struggling with procrastination, this is definitely worth a read.Who Is The […]

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“The Procrastination Equation” by Dr. Piers Steel (Book Summary)

The Procrastination Equation by Dr. Piers Steel is one of my favorite motivation and procrastination books. Steel is one of the world’s leading researchers on the science of motivation and procrastination. He’s also the inventor of the procrastination equation – an equation that is able to explain every scientific finding on procrastination ever. For me, the book […]

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“Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World” by Cal Newport (Book Summary)

Deep Work by Cal Newport is a book about the science of productivity. Cal argues the best way to get more meaningful work done is by working deeply – working in a state of high concentration without distractions on a single task. The book is split into two parts. The first explains why deep work maximizes […]

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3 Anti Procrastination Habits: Install These in Your Life and Watch Your Productivity Soar

(EXCITING NEWS: I recently published a book on overcoming procrastination. You can check it out here on Amazon!)“Neurons that fire together wire together.” This statement, attributed to neuropsychologist Donald Hebb, means that every experience we have becomes embedded in our brains, and the more an action is repeated, the stronger the connection between these neurons (brain […]

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6 Little-Known But Super Useful Facts about Procrastination

Scientia potentia est. That’s Latin and means knowledge is power. I firmly believe in that statement: Having knowledge is powerful in many ways, especially in helping us facilitate positive change. “But,” you may interject, “knowledge is only powerful when it’s implemented, otherwise it’s useless!” I don’t fully agree. Oftentimes, merely knowing something is enough to cause change. Once you know […]

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