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Procrastination: First Steps to Change

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?I?ve been procrastinating most of my life. If a task is even remotely unpleasant, my tendency is to put it off. It's not that I?m lazy; I?m actually very busy, I just wait as long as possible to do the really hard stuff.? This is how author Walter Henegar describes his life. Does it sound like your experience? I f so, this booklet will help you see procrastination from Go ...more
Paperback, 18 pages
Published July 1st 2004 by P & R Publishing
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Jimmy
Aug 17, 2013 Jimmy added it
Don’t judge a book by it’s cover–and also it’s size. This little booklet is useful for biblical counseling as a booklet for the counselee to go through and underline/highlight. It is practical, addresses the heart of the issue and is Gospel based and Gospel driven–all major plus as to why one should have this book handy. I just used it with someone in my church and realized that I can definitely use this booklet with others as well. As with all good counseling resources, it’s not only useful for ...more
Scott Frazier
May 09, 2015 Scott Frazier rated it really liked it
This little booklet is packed full with biblical wisdom and practical insight on the topic of "procrastination". As a serial procrastinator myself, the material presented was helpful and immediately applicable.

Ultimately, Henegar demonstrates how procrastination is birthed from deep rooted sins and patterns in our life. The only way to attack procrastination (and the sin that it originates from) is through the power of the Spirit to produce "self-control" in us, prioritizing the right things, s
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