The Psychology of Procrastination
This is an ebook about procrastination, written by an outpatient psychologist of twenty-six years. The symptoms of procrastination vary but usually include waiting until the last minute, setting appointments too late, filing taxes at midnight on April 15th, driving the car into the ground before changing the oil and getting used to the mess in the house because cleaning can wait until tomorrow. Are there dishes still in the sink from three days ago? How about that laundry?
These are all the warning signs of procrastination. Some are more dramatic and harmful, like not completing the project on time at work or turning in term papers for that cranky professor.. Others are chronic and annoying. If you have any of these signs, this ebook is for you.
This is a "How To" manual on what makes us procrastinate, how it is set up and what you can do to fix it. Its about 30 pages and has no fat. Its also written in plain language and is easy to understand. For specific details on its contents, go to: http://www.psychologyproductsandservices.com/page19.html