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The Procrastinator's Digest

3.89  ·  Rating Details  ·  76 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
The Procrastinator's Digest is a short and practical book. The focus is on understanding why and how we sabotage our own best intentions with needless delay, and how we can reduce this procrastination in our lives. Based on psychological research, and supplemented with short stories and comics to help make the content memorable, the digest format of the book provides a con ...more
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Published (first published June 26th 2010)
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Mar 13, 2013 Philip rated it really liked it
Found this book very useful. Not a long read at all so it should be manageable for basically anyone. Some complained about difficult concepts or difficult terms but I couldn't find any examples of either (I took 1 psychology class in college so I don't have a particularly strong background in the field or anything). I would have liked the book to be longer or more in depth in places but he explicitly states it was not his goal to write a long book (he also points to more resources at the very en ...more
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Nov 27, 2012 Gail Gauthier rated it it was amazing
This is a marvelous book. It's very clearly written and organized. The author works from research, not his personal experience or opinion, which I sometimes find in books of this nature.

Pychyl is a Canadian professor and columnist for Psychology Today. He states that procrastination isn't simply a time management issue, which is how I've seen it addressed by others. It's a problem related to "self-regulation," similar to problems with eating, drinking, and dealing with money. Looking to time man
Avijit Faujdar
Feb 04, 2013 Avijit Faujdar rated it really liked it
Seriously a no non-sense guide to tackle the problem of "Procrastination". The best part of the book is that it is so concise and directly hits to the core of the problem. Though every chapter has "Strategies for Change", which are practical insights but at places the book becomes too theoretical (that's the reason I am giving 4 stars). Last chapter on technology and procrastination is like an icing on the cake. Overall I'll suggest this book to anyone who is serious in beating procrastination.
Jon Lostroscio
Mar 21, 2013 Jon Lostroscio rated it it was amazing
The absolute best guide to overcoming procrastination.
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