Productivity: A Simple Guide to Boost Productivity Achieve Goals by Drew Weherley

(260b) A Simple Guide to Boost Productivity Achieve Goals

Productivity: a simple guide to boost productivity achieve goals


All successful people are highly productive! Learn to set goals and priorities, organize for high productivity, overcome procrastination, and concentrate on high-value activities. These simple, easy-to-use and apply methods and techniques can change your life.

Procrastination is one of the major causes of failure for many people as it eats away at self-discipline and your time management, often leaving you frustrated and with little idea of how to combat it.

The truth is that everyone at some point struggles with those overwhelming tasks, struggles with completing their tasks on time and struggles with being counterproductive. We have all been there one way or another


Do not wait longer to discover YOUR KEY to a new and better life.


Secondary Genre: SELF-HELP / Affirmations

Language: English

Keywords: time management, time management for busy people, time management for women, time management productivity, small business, time management system, procrastination, productivity

Word Count: 6308

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Sample text:

Procrastinators are classified into five subtypes: thrill-seeker, avoider, indecisive, perfectionist, and busy procrastinator.

The thrill-seeker usually experiences a rush when he crams or does things at the last minute. He feels that he does things better when he is under pressure. He loves the adrenaline rush in his body as he finishes off the task just before the deadline.

If you are a thrill-seeker, you may think that cramming and doing things at the last minute is good for you because it gives you an incredible feeling. However, the truth of the matter is that you do not really become productive. You are only fooling yourself because the reality is that you are wasting valuable time.

How can you avoid or stop being a thrill-seeker? If you like the adrenaline rush, you can try starting and finishing the task early. Remind yourself of the deadline and do your best to complete the task way ahead of schedule. Once you do this, you will feel the same adrenaline rush. This time, however, you will feel better because you know that you have more time to spare.


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