Procrastination: Books Recommendations, Summaries & Articles.
There are two kinds of people in this world:
- Those who genuinely don’t know what to do; and
- Those who know what to do but aren’t doing it.
In this area of The Art of Living, we’ll tackle the second. We’ll learn how to reliably beat procrastination so you can focus on getting stuff done.
Want me to show you the quick, easy way to beat procrastination permanently? Click here, download a free chapter of TAoL‘s Ultimate Productivity Primer and learn exactly why you procrastinate, what to do if you’re procrastinating right now and how to stop procrastinating for good. Check it out →
And otherwise, enjoy the free book recommendations, book summaries and articles on procrastination below.
P.s., Looking for more books and articles about productivity in general? Check out the main productivity section of The Art of Living for more help.
Procrastination Book Recommendations
Procrastination Book Summaries
Stop Working Harder Summary – Arthur Worsley
7 MINUTE READ | TAoL's ultimate guide to defeating distractions, beating procrastination, setting each day up for success, getting organised and generally getting more done - by thinker, writer and coach, Arthur Worsley.
Articles on Procrastination
How To Stop Procrastinating: 21 Simple Ways To Get Started
16 MINUTE READ | In this ultimate guide to learning how to stop procrastinating, I'll show you how to work out WHEN you procrastinate and WHY before show you exactly HOW to get started (and keep getting stuff done) no matter what's holding you back.
Procrastination Definition: What Is Procrastination?
1 MINUTE READ | In this über short-article we'll discuss 4 different ways to define procrastination, introduce the concept of PREcrastination and learn the surprising truth about why procrastination isn't always your enemy.
Why You Procrastinate (And What To Do About It)
Thursday, 6:31 AM October 28, 2019 Dear friend, One of my favourite things about this co-working space (in Pererenan, Bali) is the family of cows that lives directly outside it. I’m feeling increasingly guilty about last night’s burger as I watch momma cow lovingly groom her two calves. It’s making me realise that the big reason I eat meat, burn oil and use plastic is how disconnected I am from the results of my actions. Anyway, that’s not what I want to talk about today (although there’s a good productivity lesson in there for another time). What I want to…