Never Procrastinate Again

Do you procrastinate? I’m pretty good at it, and that’s why I ordered a copy of Dave Navarro’s text/audio program, Never Procrastinate Again. Maybe I won’t live up to the title of this article, but at least I’m moving forward!

There are mp3 files with the recorded program, and a pdf file with the printed transcript. It’s only 47 pages, and I’m already about halfway through it. That’s good, because I won’t get stuck a few chapters in, and set it aside to read “later”. There are also a couple of worksheets to help you get started.

It’s a very practical approach to dealing with procrastination, and makes it seem possible to overcome. I liked this quote:

“You don’t have to beat procrastination. You just have stop avoiding this one next thing – and that’s manageable.”

Don’t Procrastinate!

Take a couple of minutes and visit the Rock Your Day blog. Dave has an entertaining writing style and lots of good tips. Here’s a link to one of his articles on procrastination.

The pre-release ($27) ends tonight (October 14th), and tomorrow the price goes up to $37. That’s a good reason to avoid procrastination! If you’re interested, sign up for the advanced discount list today, and you’ll get an email with details on how you can order it.

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5 Responses

  1. Toad says:

    Let me know how this goes, Deb. I read the article you linked to, but wasn’t bowled over by the suggested approach. Still, I think he’s right that there’s no quick-fix magic pill.

    I’ll be interested to hear what you think of it after listening to the program and trying it out. Keenly interested.

  2. I’ll do an update next week Toad, and report how it’s going, and what I like and don’t like about the program.

  3. Jon Peltier says:

    I’ve started evaluating both Dave’s Never Procrastinate Again featured here, and Procrastination Dissolve-o-Matic by Havi Brooks of the Fluent Self. Havi’s approach is a bit more touchy-feely, with undertones of yoga running through, but the two alternate approaches can probably work pretty well in tandem. Use one for a while, then switch. Hey, it’s cheaper than psychotherapy.

  4. Jon, thanks, I’ll look at Havi’s course too. I hope it doesn’t require too much bending though!

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