The beginning of the book starts off with the definition of procrastination. The definition is it is the art of putting things off, ideally forever but certainly for as long as possible.
The first thing that is addressed is deciding whether or not you should procrastinate. I am really bad about that and then I get so stressed when I am rushing around trying to get everything done.
One of the tips that I found useful in this book was to actually jot down how much time you do something. Make up a schedule in 15 minute intervals and keep track of your time. Set a timer and after 15 minutes come back and jot down what you did. If you start at 8am – I believe by the end of the day if not by lunchtime you will be shocked with how you spend your time.
That tip along with the tip about breaking a BIG task into smaller tasks will help to get things accomplished.
This book is a great help for anyone who is a constant procrastinator like myself. I liked how instead of focusing on the BIG picture you are focusing on the little pictures inside the big pictures.
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