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Time to Get Things Done: Beat Procrastination, Stop Being Lazy, Take Actions, and Master Your Life in 24 Hours (2nd Edition) (Organize Yourself, Organize ... Self Organization, To Do List Book 6) by [Lewis, Christ]
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Sometimes, you just don't want to do something. But you have to, or perhaps you want to, but you don't really feel like it. Worse yet, you may feel that inertia just sucking the life out of you, making matters worse. And then you may cope with that unpleasant feeling by getting sidetracked with distracting procrastination activities.

So what to do? You can't always rely on desire to magically kick in and propel you into productive effort. Further, you may have a habit of avoiding things that you are not otherwise forced to do. Like most of us, if you don't have external pressure and potential penalties spurring you on, it can be tough to get yourself to take actions now and get things done.

With this book Time To Get Things Done, you will be able to so things faster, better, and more easily. Whether you're facing down a deadline or just trying not to waste too much time getting something done, a little extra attention and willpower will help you get through your tasks quickly and master your life better.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1512 KB
  • Print Length: 40 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Christ Lewis Books (June 30 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00LFOJ4G6
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  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
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The reviewer who criticized the author's poor grammar is dead-on - there's no excuse for this many basic errors, and it can't be an ordeal to make corrections quickly to an Ebook, I wouldn't think. Beyond that, a few serious criticisms. Take the author's description of a procrastinator; he writes, "Someone who always procrastinates... has no patience and sense of responsibility, many do not trust him and even loathe him." What a thing to say!

There's two problems with this assertion - first, it's inaccurate and completely misses the hidden psychology of why most people procrastinate - not because they're impatient and irresponsible (that sounds like something a nagging parent or stern teacher would say!), but because of anxiety and feeling overwhelmed. The second problem comes right out of the first - speaking harshly to ourselves (or letting someone else, like the author, do so) is tremendously unhelpful, as anyone with the most basic understanding of psychology can see. Regardless of the reason(s) for procrastinating, chastising ourselves for being lazy and unmotivated isn't likely to help - most procrastinators already have low self-esteem related to their recurrent patterns of avoidance, and a lecture by the author is the very last thing anyone would want or benefit from. If you're truly struggling with procrastination, check out The Now Habit by Neil Fiore - in my opinion, Fiore "gets" procrastination in a way this author doesn't even begin to, encouraging readers towards compassionate self-talk, while outlining a step-by-step plan for breaking patterns of avoidance once and for all.

Poor grammar, coupled with a choppy, awkward writing style and a simplistic understanding of the topic, make this book read like a mediocre high-school paper - as a paper, it would probably still merit an E for effort, but as a book, these shortcomings are simply unforgivable.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointed. Needs serious grammar check. July 30 2014
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Had just read the author's other book which was well written and very helpful. I gave it 5 stars. This book has some good tips but it seems like it must have been a fast sequel to the other book. There are a LOT of places where a word was left out or an extra word was inserted. I found myself filling in the blank or restructuring sentences just to figure out the point. Towards the end there is a list and every bullet is #1. At the very end of the book a paragraph from the intro AND the Table of Contents are repeated. Seems like someone was in a hurry to get the book out there and skipped editing. Content is too LITE to overcome the low rating for grammar problems.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars To the point Sept. 20 2014
By Mary - Published on
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This was a quick read with bottom line suggestions for beating the time thief of procrastination. A great self help tool.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Nothing New Here Sept. 14 2015
By Mary - Published on
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Nothing new here, had a few helpful hints encapsulated at the end of the book, but overall, it was hard to overlook the gramatical errors. This book seriously needed an editor, it felt rushed. Read in the Kindle Unlimited Program.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great book! Aug. 14 2014
By Brady Black - Published on
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Great book that outlines how to get things done! For someone who is a procrastinator this book provided a lot of insight on how I should organize myself and motivated me to get started on things I've been meaning to do. Contains great tips and strategies on how to beat procrastination, highly recommend it!
4.0 out of 5 stars Informational Jan. 1 2015
By Lisa M - Published on
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Great short read with lots of tips and information to use to get my butt moving towards success! Definitely, I recommend this book.