"Still Procrastinating? is the first legitimate self-help book I have seen in quite a while, and it is also great fun to read! Buy several copies and give them to your friends, co-workers, employees, students, even family members. Do it now, and you just might be surprised at the changes you see." —Bill McCown, Ph.D., pioneer in the study of procrastination
"With research-based principles and practical applications, this fun-to-read self-help book will inspire any reader to be more successful in all aspects of daily living."—E. Scott Geller, Ph.D., Director of the Center for Applied Behavior Systems, Virginia Tech
"Still Procrastinating? is nothing short of a wake-up call. Whether it is the important responsibilities of your day-to-day life or the dreams of your future, they would be well served by you not procrastinating and getting and reading this book!"—John G. Blumberg, author of Silent Alarm and Good to the Core
"Dr. Joe Ferrari, the leading expert on procrastination, assures readers that procrastination is learned and can be changed. This is a terrific mutual-help book!"—Rebecca Coleman Curtis, Ph.D., author of Desire, Self, Mind, and the Psychotherapies
"What if I fail?" "I'm better under pressure." There are all sorts of reasons people procrastinate. Contrary to conventional wisdom, chronic procrastination is not about poor time management, but about self-sabotaging tendencies that can prevent you from reaching your full potential. This book draws on the author's more than twenty years of scientific research on procrastination in order to help you learn what stops you from getting things done.
The book is very well written, easy to read, and, of course, it complements any other book on similar topic.
This was totally unhelpful and uninteresting to me - I already know procrastination is bad and already spend enough time beating myself up about it!
It is amazingly moralistic - almost as if it was written by Puritans - and uses language that is shocking for a book based on academic research.
This book got into the heart and soul of why people procrastinate, not just time management tips. It's like going to the shrink - a lot of issues came up while reading this that... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Melissa Kennedy
It's not that I "hate it", as the 1-star rating seems to imply, but ironically, I never finished reading it. I'm still procrastinating on finishing the book, I guess. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Steven Seungil Choi
What I appreciated about this book was that it is not a classic self help, let me show you the easy way out, kind of book. It's a bit more clinical than that. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mark Bisaillon
Really bad. When I got to the list of tips on reducing workplace procrastination, a bad book got even worse. One of the tips was "use your time wisely." Really? Read morePublished 3 months ago by Bob Wilson
I skimmed the contents, and I think it could help me, but it didn't grab me, and I haven't had time to really dig into it yet. But I still plan to use it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by SebringLady
A born procrastinator, I found some information in this book that was helpful. However, overall it was not particularly enlightening.Published 8 months ago by Ms. Shopalot
I have struggled with procrastination since I can remember. This book offers a new perspective on the problem and offers insight into why many struggle with this tendency. Read morePublished 9 months ago by katie