Finished with listening to this audiobook last week, but only had the chance to write my final review now. I did a previous post about one thing I learned while listening to it, and thought I should conclude with a review.

This book doesn’t teach with straightforward techniques to fight procrastination. Rather, it tries to help you fight the root causes of it with psychiatric techniques through positive thinking and attitudes. I liked this book, though I think that it alone won’t help anyone to overcome procrastination.

It is a good reading, because it clarifies on the root causes of procrastination, and how you may be triggering this behavior in yourself and in people that surrounds you.

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