How many things were you supposed to do yesterday that didn’t get done? How likely are you to do them today? Tomorrow? Okay, how about if I give you until next week? Can you have them done by then?
Wait! Don’t close the book yet! I know those are annoying questions, but I had to ask. As a recovering procrastinator myself, I know what the secret life of a procrastinator is like. You go through each day hoping no one will discover how far behind you are on projects at work, how much mold is growing on the leftovers in the back of your fridge, or how long it’s been since you wrote to your Great-Aunt Norma in Salinas.
This book is your chance to come clean, to admit to yourself and others that you’ve developed a habit of putting things ...