How to Overcome Procrastination
by Paul Newton
Publisher: Bookboon 2014
Number of pages: 39
This book provides practical and usable tactics that control and overcome one's tendency to procrastinate. It helps you to identify which of the seven triggers cause you to put off important tasks. You can also pass on these tactics to help others and beat this productivity killer.
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