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What's Your Excuse for not Being More Productive?: Overcome your excuses, stop procrastinating, get things done Paperback – 4 Sep 2017
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If you have ever wondered why you get stuck, procrastinate or feel overwhelmed this book is for you. In this highly practical and insightful guide Juliet looks at the reasons behind our behaviour to offer a wealth of solutions for a more productive life --Francesca Geens, productivity and technology strategist, Digital Dragonfly
Finally, a book which helps us to understand the emotional components of why we procrastinate! Juliet's compassionate tone enables the reader to take an honest look at their behaviour, make strategic choices and live more productively with less stress --Rivka Caroline, director, SoBeOrganized
Juliet takes what could be a complicated topic and chops it into small, easy-to-digest bites that can each be read in under two minutes. You do have the time to get help from her! --Helene Segura, author of The Inefficiency Assassin
About the Author
Juliet Landau-Pope is an expert in time management, decluttering, organisation and study skills. She features regularly in the media and is a leading member of the Association of Professional Declutterers & Organisers
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Since finishing this book several weeks ago, I've completed various large tasks such as moving house and starting my final year at university also followed by a lot of smaller, menial tasks such as regular starting and publishing articles on my blog and I currently feel great about how well organised I am and how prepared I am for the future. They may be small changes that I have taken on such as less caffeine, more water, using sticky notes and a diary but I definitely feel in a much better place thanks to this book.
Bite sized chapters make for an enjoyable read that you can dip in and out off learning something new each time.
Not only does she offer tips on how to be more productive but also insights in to exactly why we procrastinate that alleviate the guilt of this common trait and allow you to make positive steps towards improvement.
I would thoroughly recommend this book to anyone who wan’t to stop procrastinating and improve their productivity. Juliet clearly knows her stuff!
Thanks Juliet for the reminder of what I need to course-correct.