The Procrastinator's Digest: A Concise Guide to Solving the Procrastination Puzzle

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Xlibris Corporation, Jun 26, 2010 - Psychology
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The Procrastinator's Digest is a short and practical book. The focus is on understanding why and how we sabotage our own best intentions with needless delay, and how we can reduce this procrastination in our lives. Based on psychological research, and supplemented with short stories and comics to help make the content memorable, the digest format of the book provides a concise summary of key concepts and strategies for change. You will learn about the psychology of self-regulation failure and how to more successfully achieve your goals.
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Dr. Timothy A. Pychyl is an associate professor of psychology at Carleton University (Ottawa). Researching and writing about procrastination since 1995, Tim has garnered an international reputation for his scholarship and a global audience for his iProcrastinate Podcasts and his Don't Delay blog with Psychology Today. Tim is a passionate and talented professor who has received numerous awards including Canada's prestigious 3M National Teaching Fellowship. His time away from campus is spent on a hobby farm where, depending on the season, you might find him, his wife and their children running the sled-dog team, riding horses or tending the garden.

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