At the end of July, when NPR's Robert Siegel set off on the longest vacation since his honeymoon 39 years ago, he packed a few books, including the new book The Art of Procrastination by John Perry, emeritus professor of philosophy at Stanford. The Procrastination Equation: How to stop putting things off and start getting things done ~Piers Steel, PhD.
I was not aware that procrastination was costing the USA trillions of dollars in productivity – Ah, let me check that email that just popped up. Some of the research mentioned in the book is from books I have just finished reading.  They are all pointing to the same direction. It was important for me to note that religious and spiritual leaders have been struggling with procrastination since nearly the beginning of time.  It has now just reached and evolved into massive dis-ease with destructive results. This book is a good natured poke to return us to our better selves and inspire us to find more satisfying outcomes and de-light; I believe you will like reading this one. This book is available from this site and although I received a free copy of this book, no one or institution paid me to review this book or write what I presented here.  If you order any of the books listed here from this site, I will receive a few beans in my bucket.

I have started planning my down time and rest periods so that I can see where I am procrastinating clearly and not let it become a habit or an avoidance. The Author offering a copy of his book in a give away – just tell us your best procrastination story or your best anti- procrastination technique and you will be entered to win! I personally haven’t fully solved the procrastination problem yet but I have picked up a few tricks that have helped me immensely when I need to get something done. In Tim Ferris’s book, the The 4-Hour Workweek he talks a lot about productivity and efficiency.
Vegetarian Cookbooks: 70 Of The Best Ever Complete Book of Vegetarian Recipes for Every Meal…Revealed! A friend of mine sent it off to The Chronicle of Higher Education, and then the Internet came along, and one of my granddaughters started an Internet page for me called 'Structured Procrastination' and put it on there. Perry says his book assumes the reader is a procrastinator and is probably not going to change — and that's not so bad.

This book contains the secrets to understanding when it can be productive to procrastinate, and provides strategies for switching on the inspiration and motivation to start and finish the important tasks and goals you've been putting off.
Discover what procrastination really is, and what being a procrastinator means about you.
And it occurred to me, well, there's a difference between procrastinating and being lazy — I'm not lazy.

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