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The Procrastinator’s Mind Why We Procrastinate and How to Overcome It?

Author Name: Balivada | Format: Paperback | Genre : Self-Help | Other Details
Amazon Sales Rank: Ranked #71 in Time Management

Stop procrastination, step by step.

The Procrastinator’s Mind empathizes with procrastinators and seeks to understand the behavior of procrastination within their reality without judging them. The author gets to the core of the psychology of procrastination and provides practices and solutions that are proven to stop procrastination and inspire the journey toward discipline.

The author takes a more personal and familiar approach that affects the reader’s whole life and sense of self-respect and does not just preach more productivity at work. The book delves deeply into and analyses topics such as self-esteem, fear, emotion, thought, assertiveness, identity, self-efficacy and the effects of these elements on procrastination.

Often when we procrastinate, we have some work that we are running away from, a task that poses a fear in terms of our self-esteem, effort or ability. During this time, we go on a binge to understand and solve our procrastination. This book intends to help one procrastinate less by building awareness of the subconscious and conscious processes within a procrastinator.

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Mr. Balivada has held multiple management positions with roles in marketing, technology, and business development. He understands the contemporary work environment and the lifestyles of millennials very well. He has struggled with procrastination for years and taught himself the path to discipline. He is passionate about self-development at the highest level and believes that discipline is fundamental to any success. He runs a blog, Brandalyzer, where he discusses all topics from psychology to business and often posts on self-development and procrastination. 



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