Confessions of a Recovering Procrastinator
About Confessions of a Recovering Procrastinator
“Procrastination is opportunity’s assassin.” - Victor Kiam
Procrastination is a tendency to avoid commitment, decision, creation, discomfort, pain, failure, and most of all, success. Procrastination occurs when there is no real passion to action. It is perpetuated by good intentions combined with bad habits.
While I consider procrastination to be an addiction, it is not considered an illness, and as such, there re not many statistics available on procrastination. The best statistic on procrastination comes from Pies Steel, a human resources professor at the University of Calgary’s Haskayne School of Business, who states that 95% of the population procrastinates at times, with 20% being chronic offenders.
This means that 1 out of 5 people procrastinate so badly that it may be jeopardizing their jobs, their credit, their relationships, and even their health.
Ego has a great deal to do with procrastination. Ego is the pain body and is really the unconscious where you stay in pain. You don’t feel comfortable risking pleasure, so you procrastinate. While you end up disappointed, at least you never fail.
Oddly, there is very little information on procrastination. Go to the local book store or search on Amazon.com, and you’ll find very few books written on the subject.
The good news is that Jeffery Combs can assist you with overcoming procrastination! You don’t procrastinate because you are a procrastinator; you procrastinate because of causes that have created the effect. What does this mean? Jeffery Combs will provide rare answers to these challenges that affect each and every one of us in this great 10 audio cd set.
In Confessions of a Recovering Procrastinator, you will learn:
- The 6 procrastinator personality types
- How to identify when you start to procrastinate
- Insight on how to let go of procrastination
- Release your control issues around procrastination
- Learn the Skills from a Recovering Procrastinator.
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