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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
You Can Stop Procrastination Today! Never Put Off Tomorrow What's Due Today! by Stanley G. Buford examines and dissects procrastination and speaks about the redeeming qualities of this trait. Procrastinators are not only optimistic, but they also know how to prioritize yet procrastination is always listed as one of the bad habits one can have. Reading this book will help procrastinators find out the reasons why they procrastinate, list the reasons, and then eliminate them one by one. This book will also help identify the symptoms of procrastination and the ten easy steps to stop procrastination immediately will help all those readers who want to make positive changes in life.
The author's approach to the topic is engaging and fresh, and he tackles the subject without sounding preachy and boring. The tools to stop procrastination are easy and simple to practice and concerned readers will definitely see results when it comes to meeting deadlines and achieving goals. It is an encouraging book that will help to increase self-esteem and balance the negatives with the positives effortlessly. The book is a good manual for all those who want to change themselves after identifying their procrastination traits. The style of writing is neat and simple and readers will be able to comprehend the information without any difficulty. The author's way of expressing is fluid and he will motivate readers to use their time more efficiently and energetically. This is a topic that is relevant but not usually written about much and that makes this book special and refreshingly original.