Procrastination is a wonderful thing, or is it. Is it an aspect of your life that has somehow taken hold, preventing growth on both a personal and workplace basis: and if so, what can be done about this state of not always blissful apathy?
Peter Ludwig and Adela Schicker, both experts in the field of overcoming Procrastination, have combined their immense skill base and knowledge to help understand the condition, and what steps can be taken either as an individual or if the condition is serious, to the level of almost debilitation, with the help of specialists in this field.
They have, over four specific sectors, that of Motivation, Discipline, Outcomes and Objectives, set out eight simple steps for personal development to increase motivation, to better understand the many contributing factors for procrastination and supplied case studies to reinforce the benefits of gaining long term satisfaction in your life and career.
As this course in self-help unfolds, many intriguing facts are presented, along with the informative information to be gained on a personal level by completing the SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats) analysis, creating a list of personal achievements desired and establishing the pathway to achieving these goals. Or in other words, creating your personal vision and the tools that will eventually help you achieve this Vision.
Ordering yourself about is discussed in Discipline, with rules as to how to make this work, to stick, and to be a good order taker on the road to freedom. The wonderful tool called Heroism is one well worth investigating, as it has a humorous side as well as a very serious side, allowing a rich understanding that we all are heroes each and very time we step out of our comfort zones and in to the unknown zone called discomfort.
Full of fascinating facts, even if you do not believe you procrastinate, simply reading the well-presented material brings a better understanding of what makes people think and behave the way they often do, how to be more proactive and how to be proud of your life achievements in social standing, efficiency and personal gain.
The End of Procrastination is an excellent pathway to choose to begin a New Year of resolutions that many hope and desire to achieve.
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