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Laziness: How to Stop Procrastinating and Reclaim Time with Self-Discipline

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How often has not wanting to do something because you feel too lazy to do it robbed you of precious time which could have been used to be more productive? If you want to learn how to break out of the lazy cycle and overcome that habit once and for all, you've come to the right place.

Do you frequently find yourself putting off tasks which could be done immediately, but you don't feel like doing it, so you don't? It is okay to indulge in a lazy day every now and again, but when it happens far too often and develops into a habit, you will be shocked to find just how much time gets wasted. Before you know it, you're older and looking back at your life wishing you didn't waste so much of it. That is what being chronically lazy could do to you. But why let that be your future when it doesn't have to be? 

Procrastination and laziness are a very real phenomenon, and chronic laziness and procrastination can rob you of valuable time. Time is a resource which you can never get back again. Once it's gone, it's gone for good, so you need to put a stop to it before it stops you from being the productive and successful person you should be. Don't let laziness take over your life! 

Everything needed to overcome laziness, stop procrastination, and reclaim time is right here. To overcome the problem, we must first understand what we are dealing with, which is why this book is focused on not just the solution to the problem, but really understanding the problem so you can get to the heart of the matter. Once you have understood all that you need to, you will find it much easier to be the productive person that you want to be.

©2018 David Panfilo (P)2018 David Panfilo

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  • 20-12-18

Repetitive and occasionally confusing

I hate to be negative but I'm affraid this book is just too simplistic. The useful bits could very easily be condensed into one page.

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Excellent book!

It's unquestionably a book to examine paying little regard to whether just to make yourself mindful of why you do what you do.It's useful.Luxuriously made and organize, in little thumps that see and give direction on a particular issue and when all is said in finished a unimaginable book.Thanks to this book.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 03-06-18

Helps a lot!

I liked it very much. Short, practical and to the point. 10/10 to all lazy asses or those who have a temporary laziness breakout.

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  • victor
  • 07-02-18

Very Informative.

This book talks about laziness. This book also talks about how to stop it. A briefly discussed book. Really appreciating this book. Loving book.

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  • Karky
  • 07-02-18

Great guide and explanation.

Marked well! This book is important. Small details were given here that are unaware of. Good thing I had this book to observe things better on how to dish out productivity and make things get done. Good buy

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  • jency
  • 03-02-18

Brilliant book..

One particular divine insight has helped me curb my bad habit of surfing the net when I should be working. With all the mountains of self-help out there, some advice actually works. It gives you a pretty direct approach to the problem of procrastination, in order to apply some useful day to day tips so you can beat the laziness. Glad to have it.

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  • patrick
  • 03-02-18

Best book ever!!!

As someone who really suffered from this chronic disease, I can really say that this book helped me a lot overcoming my procrastination. The hacks at the end of every chapter are crystal clear, easy to understand and very practical. It helps that the book chapters are really short, no procrastinator would read a dictionary, right? I am living a better life thanks to this book.