Starting Tomorrow: 7 Steps to Lasting Change - Get Stuff Done and Have More Fun!

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Procrastination Press, Dec 24, 2015 - Self-Help - 166 pages
Transform your good intentions into great accomplishments! Consistent action over time gets lasting results. This is easier than it sounds for some of us. Too much time that could be spent having fun is lost by procrastination. This workbook provides a 7-step, no willpower required, paint-by-numbers plan to develop new habits. The idea is to take the enthusiasm you have at the start of a change program and parlay it into a strategy that will keep you engaged over time to accomplish your goals and maintain those results. This straight-forward approach, presented with a light-hearted touch, is based on empirically sound and effective principles of learning and behavior change. How many times have you started an exercise program, a budget, a diet, or a project with lots of energy and enthusiasm and then-you stopped? Here's a way to get you off the roller coaster of BIG STARTS and slow, painful never-ending fade-outs. It's been researched and tested and this program really works! Dr. Kim Kensington has designed an easy-to-follow system that teaches you how to generate action in your life and transform distractions into motivations. Her innovative program will teach you how to organize your time, sequence activities to create success and use incentives to reinforce desired habits. The Procrastination Doctor's plan of action for you takes into account the need for immediate gratification, the sense that there is never enough time, and the "pros" of procrastination. Complete with guidance, exercises, worksheets, and troubleshooting tips, you'll follow a seven-step process to become routinely productive. -Create a day-by-day, four-week program for success. -Identify the ignition "key" that gets you started every day. -Profit from your natural desire for fun and relaxation. -Stop "guilting," disliking and disparaging yourself for what you haven't done. -Experience the fulfillment of daily accomplishments. If you are planning to make changes that last, then you need Starting Tomorrow, today.

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