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The Procrastination Workbook: Your Personalized Program for Breaking Free from the Patterns That Hold You Backby William J Knaus
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Procrastination is a near-universal trait, at its most troublesome when it holds someone back from doing well in school, adds a frustrating dimension to personal relationships, or closes off the road to professional fulfillment with an endless series of detours and roadblocks.
Based on over thirty years of clinical experience and research, this workbook distills the essence of the best insights and the most effective techniques to help you identify the root causes of your procrastination problem and find workable solutions for overcoming it. Best-selling author William Knaus begins by providing self-assessment exercises that help you discover why you procrastinate and identify your procrastination style. The book explains how to change the underlying mechanisms that reinforce your procrastination and helps you tailor an individualized plan for counteracting it at work, at home, at school, in your relationships, or anywhere else it occurs. Throughout, engaging exercises and an array of tips and techniques keep you motivated to get to the root of your problem and overcome it.
A researcher with thirty years of studying procrastination under his belt helps chronic procrastinators break the cycle of avoidance, explaining how to counteract this trait at work, home, or school. Original.
Based on 30 years of research, this workbook offers a plan for counteracting procrastination at work, home, or school. Quizzes, worksheets, and tips make the process engaging and fun.
At its worst, procrastination can sabotage personal relationships and impede professional progress. The Procrastination Workbook distills the most effective techniques available to help readers identify why they put things off and find solutions. Based on 30 years of research, the book offers a plan for counteracting this undesirable trait at work, home, or school. Quizzes, worksheets, and tips make the process engaging and fun.
About the Author
William J. Knaus, EdD, is a licensed psychologist in Massachusetts who was responsible for the development of a powerful personnel selection system that was associated with significant productivity gain. His specialties include the treatment of depression, anxiety, and substance abuse, frustration tolerance training, and overcoming procrastination. He has authored over twenty books, including five on overcoming procrastination.
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