Self-Discipline: Stop Procrastination by Dorothy Mok

by Developing Habits and Building Daily Goals

Would you rather be doing just about anything other than spending time working on what you know that you must?

Self-discipline: stop procrastination

Do you struggle to get up every morning? Do you find that getting yourself to do the dishes or get your work done on time is like pulling teeth? Would you rather be doing just about anything other than spending time working on what you know that you must?  If so, then keep reading.

Procrastination is the constant attempt to push off work that needs to be done. It could be in favor of spending time to yourself, doing something that matters, or it could be due to underlying causes, such as anxiety, depression, or even just being burnt out. When you procrastinate, you end up pushing off what you need to do and really only make your situations worse. After procrastinating, you usually end up with more work to do, more suffering, and more shame about why you keep doing this, despite knowing that it hurts you and knowing that you need to figure out how to defeat it.

You may feel embarrassed that you struggle to get yourself moving in the mornings. You may feel like you are ashamed of the fact that you are afraid of failure. You may desperately want to succeed but feel like at the end of the day, doing nothing is better than trying.

If this sounds like you, you may need to develop more self-discipline. When you are self-disciplined, you can make sure that you are always doing what you need to in life. You ensure that you are constantly working toward your goals and choosing to forego feeling that sense of instant gratification in favor of making sure that you are working toward your long-term goals. When you are self-disciplined, you can make sure that you always choose to do what you must because you need to make it happen, and that is a powerful tool to have in your pocket. This book is here to guide you through the development of self-discipline, and you will find the following in these pages:


No matter how long you have spent buried underneath your tendency to procrastinate, you can defeat it. You can learn to say, “No more!” and take it down once and for all. Even if you have been procrastinating your whole life or if you feel like you are a lost cause, you can learn to take control once and for all. All you have to do is work to develop your self-discipline.

Do not let procrastination take another day away from you. Stop yourself from continuing to waste your time failing at your goals. Scroll up right now and click on BUY NOW today to take back your power.

Genre: SELF-HELP / Personal Growth / Success

Secondary Genre: PSYCHOLOGY / Applied Psychology

Language: English

Keywords: self help, personal growth, self help easy, productivity, project management, work, psychology self help, applied psychology, understanding productivity

Word Count: 15066

Sample text:

Thank you for reading through Self-Discipline! In reading this book, you were taught how to face your propensity for procrastination head-on. Many people find that they really struggle to work toward doing what they must do in life. They find that procrastination becomes so much easier just because then, they do not have to actually be working toward something. However, procrastination only ever makes the situation worse.

In reading through this book, you learned how to identify that procrastination where it started and how to begin to change it with self-discipline. You learned all about learning to become the self-disciplined individual that you can be in order to defeat that problem with procrastination once and for all. It is only when you start to defeat procrastination with self-discipline that you will find that success becomes attainable, and when you do so, you can learn how to take on the world. Your goals will no longer be a source of stress for you. You will no longer find that you need to live in fear of whether or not you can succeed at meeting your goals. You will simply be able to achieve what you set out to do because you will have the discipline to do so.

Remember to use the methods that were provided to you within this book. Pay attention to yourself and your own cues to identify when you start to struggle with what to do. Make sure that you are always taking care of yourself and scheduling time for self-care that you need. Above all else, remember that you are ultimately the one in control of your life, and you can take that control any time that you are ready to do so.

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