Procrastination has been called the thief of time, opportunity's assassin, and the grave in which dreams are buried. Here's how to overcome procrastination once and for all . . .



Imagine finishing your novel, getting back to your fighting weight, getting your product out there and creating a passive source of income, and taking back control of your life!

What important task or project have you been procrastinating on? Whether it's starting a blog, going back to school, applying for a grant, decluttering your home, or training for a marathon, "Make It Happen! A Workbook for Overcoming Procrastination and Getting the Right Things Done", will help you get started and see the task or project through to completion.

There is no such thing as a procrastination gene. Procrastinating is a learned behavior and, just as you learned it, you can unlearn it. Whoever you are, or whatever your life situation is at the moment, this workbook is going to help you drop the procrastination habit, and replace it with the habit of taking action.

When you stop procrastinating you'll be gaining back hours of lost time and putting them to good use.

If you're like most people, you've probably asked yourself the following: "How can I find more time?" The answer, of course, is that there are 168 hours in a week, and there's absolutely nothing that you can do to increase that amount of time. What you can do is make better use of the time that you have, and "Make It Happen!" will show you how.

"We all sorely complain of the shortness of time, and yet have much more than we know what to do with. Our lives are either spent in doing nothing at all, or in doing nothing to the purpose, or in doing nothing that we ought to do. We are always complaining that our days are few, and acting as though there would be no end of them." Lucius Annaeus Seneca

Here's some of what you'll find
inside "Make It Happen!" . . .

  • How to turn weak intentions--also known as "anemic intentions"--into robust resolutions, with really sharp teeth, that you'll act on.
  • Do you have a long to-do list and you're not sure which task to get started with? Use the matrix created by the United States military to identify the most efficient target for an attack to decide which project you should work on first.
  • Eight guidelines that will allow you to design your "Ideal Week", and create a schedule that you'll stick to.
  • Why scheduling "play" into your week is vital for your productivity.
  • The Sydney Opera House was initially slated to be completed in 1963 for $7 million, but it was completed in 1973 for $102 million. We're all guilty of doing something similar, albeit at a much smaller scale . . . things always seem to take longer than we thought they would. Here's how to get your "inner contractor" to finish projects on time, and within budget.
  • A technique which involves your kitchen timer which is a life-saver when it comes to procrastination (the simplest things are always the most effective).
  • As Denis Whitley once said, success is heavy and carries responsibility with it. Discover how fear of success may be the culprit behind your procrastination problem (and what to do about it).
  • How to apply risk-management strategies in order to get over your fear of failing.
  • Three strategies for overcoming fear of imperfection (one of them is a favorite of world-renown writers, including Ernest Hemingway).

"A year from now you may wish you had started today." ~ Karen Lamb

Here's More of What You'll Find Inside . . .

  • How to create a "cone of silence" which will allow you to do your best work (it's how software engineers at one company cut the time from idea to shipping by a dramatic amount).
  • What a traffic light can teach you about dealing with interruptions.
  • Eight strategies for developing laser-like focus, including "The Five-More" technique and a method used by Einstein.
  • How to use action oriented self-talk to strengthen your willpower.
  • How thinking of your future-self will give you the self-control that you need to delay gratification in the present so that you can get an even greater reward in the future.
  • Two ways to rely on your environment in order to extend your willpower, just like a scaffold holds up a building while it's being constructed.
  • Fourteen strategies for boosting your motivation, so that you're raring to get started on those tasks you've been procrastinating on.
  • Discover the link between having fun and getting things done.
  • How to use the concepts of Kaizen--a Japanese technique for making small, continuous improvements--and Micromovements--a technique that's similar to stringing beads--to overcome procrastination.
  • What to do when "too much information" is keeping you stuck, so that you can get yourself out of procrastination-purgatory.
  • What a surfer can teach you about getting the right things done (you'll be riding the waves of your emotions so that you can get to work on what needs to be done, even if you're not "in the mood").

"Make It Happen! A Workbook for Overcoming Procrastination and Getting the Right Things Done"!" is a 143-Page PDF.

"The habit of always putting off an experience until you can afford it, or until the time is right, or until you know how to do it is one of the greatest burglars of joy. Be deliberate, but once you’ve made up your mind -jump in." ~ Charles R. Swindoll


Most people believe that in order to make an important change in their lives--pursue their dream career, become a published author, find a way to create multiple streams of passive income, learn to play the guitar, and so on--they need to have a large chunk of free time at their disposal.

At the same time, few people have the luxury of taking a long sabbatical--lasting a year or more--which they can devote exclusively to achieving an important life goal. However, in order to change your life, all that you really need is one hour a day.

"The One Hour-A-Day-Formula: How to Achieve Your Dreams In Just One Hour a Day" will show you how to use the very odds and ends of time to achieve what you want from life.

This is the formula that allowed legal thriller author John Grisham to go from working long hours for little money at a job he hated, to getting paid millions to do what he loves. The one-hour-a-day formula was also used by Journalist Geoff Edgers to make his dream of producing a movie come true. Financial expert and author Robert Pagliarini recommends that you use this formula to transform yourself from a consumer, to a creator.

This 124-Page eBook will show you how to use the one-hour-a-day formula to make your dreams come true. You get "The One Hour-A-Day Formula" as a bonus with your purchase of "Make It Happen!". (Read More.)

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P.S. Don't procrastinate on getting "Make It Happen!" and starting your journey toward overcoming procrastination. Do it now!

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