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Reviewed in the United States on January 1, 2019
To be fair I skimmed the tips, having skipped the first half of the book which is just preamble on what procrastination is and why it’s bad. Yes i get it. If i hadn’t just finished a different book on the same topic with the same points but i did so i didn’t need it or want it. The suggestions/tips themselves were utterly basic. Anyone that has struggled with procrastination will have already tried these. If you are brand new to the world (eg high school, college, work) it may be helpful to review them. Also as someone with ADD some of these suggestions/tips are actually counter productive. If you are completely unaffected by ADD type mindset and are able to plan and execute everything you set your mind to but simply lack organizational skills or have simply never tried to not procrastinate then this might be for you. It probably won’t help the ‘I tried everything else but it’s a constant battle, give me some new ideas or specific strategies’ among us.
Some tip examples: turn off your phone to eliminate digital distractions, hire someone to do the boring stuff.
I wish I could return it. :-/