Are you a procrastinator?
At least…I was.
Now, I’m just a partial procrastinator.
I love to get ahead on projects, but once I’m ahead…I start to coast. Instead, I should really start working on all those other things I’ve been procrastination on.
Since I’m trying to eliminate the part of me who procrastinates, I thought I’d download a new book on my Kindle reading app.
It’s called Productivity for the Perpetually Overwhelmed. Does that sound like you?
Since I procrastinated in finding a new productivity book to read this week, I’ll have to dig in asap to tell you next Sunday if it’s worth a look. However, at $2.99, you may just want to hop on over and read the reviews for yourself. They’re all pretty stellar.
Here’s a recap of the books I’ve recommended so far:
- The One Thing
- One Line a Day
- 20,000 Days
- The 12 Week Year
- The Early to Rise Experience
- The 80/20 Principle
- 18 Minutes
- Clutterfree with Kids
- More or Less
- It’s All Too Much
- Clutter Busting
- Getting Rid of It
- Getting Things Done
- Bit Literacy
- Do the Work
- Habit Stacking
- Productivity for the Perpetually Overwhelmed
If you’re a reader, I can’t recommend these books enough! Try reading in iBooks or the Kindle to stay clutter-free.
You can read eBooks on most devices using the FREE Kindle Reading App!
Now on to our daily task…
Write down every single thing that you need to accomplish this week. Then schedule those things (but make sure they’re the RIGHT things) on your calendar. That way you’ll know WHEN you will accomplish those things on your to-do list.
It will be 5-15 minutes well spent!
Your assignment for today:
- Continue working on habit #6.
- Schedule your to do list on your calendar.
- Sign up for info on our new soon-to-be-released course about how to declutter your house and life.
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