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It’s a habit that leads to endless cycles of low productivity, anxiety, substandard effort and work and repentance. In this book, Foroux offers a way out.
Imagine how far you would get if you could control your desire to spend the day watching Netflix and get to work! Luckily, Kelly makes it easy.
Procrastinating makes no sense – we do it even though we know it will make us worse off. But it’s a powerful tendency, and Steel recognizes it.
It offers insight into the richness of life, which will quite likely inspire you to stop being lazy and start working.
The subtitle of this book promises to teach you to overcome procrastination and hence enjoy guilt free play.
In this deeply philosophical book, Mitch recounts the story of his reunion with a dying professor every Tuesday.
The world will provide distractions – you need to rise above them with focused attention to win focused success.
The subtitle of this book alludes to the constant creative battle that plagues the inner lives of artists – productivity versus creativity.
One form of laziness is cribbing about work to be done and never actually getting to it.
This book outlines seven tips to become a success and be productive in both professional and personal spheres of life.