The End of Procrastination
How to Stop Postponing and Live a Fulfilled Life
Author: Petr Ludwig and Adela Schicker
What would your life look like without procrastination? According to the latest scientific research, you’d be less stressed, more productive, healthier, and statistically live longer.
A global bestseller, The End of Procrastination offers science-based, practical tools to overcome postponement and live a fulfilled life. The book provides everything you need to change how you manage your time, pick priorities, and tackle your daily tasks. With 8 simple tools, you can get started right away. This easy-to-read guide will show you that long-term satisfaction is something you can attain.
The book will help you to:
- Develop a sense of purpose and lead a happier, more fulfilled life.
- Uncover how motivation works and how to gain the right type of motivation.
- Learn to enjoy our work, feel less stressed, and focus more.
- Avoid becoming a goal junkie and create your personal vision.
- Organize your daily life, set priorities, and actually finish things.
- Build new positive habits and end bad ones.
- Cope with decision paralysis and become an everyday hero.
Based on the latest research, The End of Procrastination summarizes over 120 scientific studies to create a step-by-step program supported by illustrations that will work as a long-term reminder of the book’s contents. By understanding why procrastination happens and how your brain responds to motivation and self-discipline, the book provides readers with the knowledge to conquer procrastination once and for all.
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"Peter Ludwig's important new book, The End of Procrastination, provides endlessly brilliant insights into the nature of this phenomenon as well as timely advice on overcoming the barriers to productivity that procrastination erects. Read it, and refashion your thinking about this problem, and share with others who need to be more Doers than just mental tinkerers."
—Dr. Philip Zimbardo, Ph.D, Professor Emeritus Stanford University
"Ludwig’s deceptively simple debut provides marvelous tips for increasing productivity."—Publisher's Weekly