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In this book "23 Anti-Procarstination Habits" you will learn some powerful methods of self-management control and productive efficiency. My favourite TOP 10 are:
1. The 80/20 Rule
2. Create a 43 Folder System
3. Create checklists and batch similar routines
4. Schedule a weekly and monthly review
5. Track your progress and success
6. Apply MITs [Most Important Tasks]
7. Prioritize Using the ABCDE method
8. Create a sense of urgency
9. Develop Project based Skills
10. Practice Visualization Techniques
Overall this book delivers a powerful resource of well-developed material, easily actionable for everyday situations, is well organized and tackles the "procrastination virus" by giving readers a barrage of useful "ammunition" in the anti-procrastination steps. A definite read for people [like me] who struggle to get things down because of lack of confidence, weak self-managment skills, or who have the tendency to be pulled off course with every little distraction. Highly recommended as a course in eliminating procrastination and organizing the life you want to live!
I’d highly recommend this to anyone who is working on personal development, and is willing to admit that they have a problem with procrastination.
Cons: Not as useful for those of us who've been battling procrastination for a while and are still looking for the "right" strategy. Most of these methods still seem to rely on developing detailed lists of tasks and assigning them to specific dates for follow-up. If that works for you, then this book is worth reading. If you've been there and done that, then you might find "Master Your Workday Now" by Michael Linenberger more interesting.