23 Abitudini Per Non Procrastinare

Abitudini Per Non Procrastinare abitudini per non procrastinare Come smettere di essere pigri e arrivare a dei risultati nella vita la guida definitiva per riuscire a portare avanti i vostri progetti e per essere pi produttivi La

  • Title: 23 Abitudini Per Non Procrastinare
  • Author: S.J. Scott Eugenia Franzoni
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 321
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 23 abitudini per non procrastinare Come smettere di essere pigri e arrivare a dei risultati nella vita la guida definitiva per riuscire a portare avanti i vostri progetti e per essere pi produttivi.La verit che a tutti piace fare le cose e diventare produttivi, ma quello che spesso accade che lasciamo da parte i compiti importanti e che ce li perdiamo senza acco 23 abitudini per non procrastinare Come smettere di essere pigri e arrivare a dei risultati nella vita la guida definitiva per riuscire a portare avanti i vostri progetti e per essere pi produttivi.La verit che a tutti piace fare le cose e diventare produttivi, ma quello che spesso accade che lasciamo da parte i compiti importanti e che ce li perdiamo senza accorgercene Il risultato Siamo sopraffatti dalla quantit di cose da fare In altre parole, procrastinare ci causa dello stress se non completiamo i nostri compiti in modo sistematico.La soluzione semplice sviluppare uno stato mentale che eviti il procrastinare, in cui si agisce di giorno in giorno e che ci permetta di non essere MAI sopraffatti dalle cose da fare.Nel libro 23 abitudini per non procrastinare scoprirete un elenco di idee per aiutarvi a superare ogni giorno la tentazione di procrastinare Anche se molti libri danno un semplice elenco di suggerimenti, con questo imparerete perch una strategia specifica funziona, quali concetti limitanti elimina e come pu essere applicata immediatamente alla vostra vita In breve, imparerete le cause fondamentali per cui procrastinate, e come superarle.Non c bisogno di essere controllati dal procrastinare lo si pu superare formandosi una serie di abitudini positive che ci spingono ad agire.

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    1. A bit disappointing. Most of the tips are not practical and lean towards OCD behavior. Out of the 23 tips listed, I found 3 to be helpful. If those 3 tips work, though, I suppose it was worth the read.

    2. Книга не столько про прокрастинацию, сколько выжимка основных техник тайм-менеджмента :) В целом "ничего нового")), но что очень понравилось: всё изложено предельно кратко и конспективно (без воды); также все советы изложены в виде пошаговых и понятных алгоритмов. Т.е. просто " [...]

    3. Diferente do " O poder do Hábito", esse livro do Scott fixa em dar exemplos práticos sem se prender a estudos ou explicações científicas. Chega a passar a sensação que o livro é um conjunto de experiências que o autor testou durante sua vida, as que deram certo para ele foram agrupadas nesse livro. Tendo isso em mente, indico ao leitor ir ponderando as ideias e ver aquelas que se as adequam ao seu perfil ou que possam ser postas em prática na sua realidade. No meu caso, por exemplo, as [...]

    4. I'm guilty of procrastinating myself. Thus I picked up this book. I too desire to curb those procrastination habits that took months or even years to form.Overall, the book is an okay read. I find the implementation habits penned in each chapter to be a bit overwhelming. Though, the author encouraged the reader to start with one habit at a time for the next 30 days. It's just short read. If you're interested in the topic. This book might help.More on: shoutsofwisdom/2017/03

    5. So there's nothing revolutionary here: The book's a concise summary of well known techniques in the "productivity-segment", with some extra anecdotes. The book does for instance present many of the techniques from "Getting Things Done". In other words: It's not really about procrastination directly, but habits that make your life easier, like for instance having tools ready for capturing thoughts and ideas the moment you have them, so your brain doesn't have to think about anything other than do [...]

    6. This is one of those books that don't work for me in the audible format. There were so many good ideas that I wanted to take notes and refer to the material again. However, listening in the car does lend itself for taking notes. I will have to save this one and refer back to it again.

    7. Standard set of ideas. Consistency of implementation is the key. Substitute with newer activities instead of procrastinating. Start exceedingly small. 30 day habit formation. Ok read.

    8. I doubt his techniques will mean I will not procrastinate, but it's worth a try.Identify your priorities.Create SMART goalsTake advantage of the 80/20 ruleSchedule weekly, monthly, and quarterly reviews Focus on your MITs every morningCreate checklistsFor a longer summary, check my blog at Self Help Book Reports.

    9. Quick, easy to read, and straight to the point. There isn't anything amazingly new or groundbreaking in here, but it gave me the motivation and insight to get off my ass and get back into the swing of things.

    10. Great Read, Easy to ImplementA great read that provides easy to implement habits that will eliminate procrastination if you simply follow through on implementing them over time.

    11. Very accurateIn these days is so easy to get distracted and lose focus. This guide is very helpful and putting to practice what's advised here is very interesting.

    12. Nothing new. Just a collection of Anti-procrastinating tips from well-known authors in this genre. Maybe helpful for laymen. Brutally honest review.

    13. Boas dicas. O livro é bem básico e direto ao ponto, bom para se colocar em prática aquilo que é sugerido. Leitura rápida.

    14. Interesting reading, but the interest fades very shortly after You put the book aside. I´m not claiming, that it´s the author´s fault. I´m saying it´s a shame :(

    15. Książka jest bardzo fajna - napisana konkretnie z przykładami i poradami, które można od razu wcielać w życie - jedna po drugiej. Polecam wszystkim ociągaczom:)

    16. Prospective Changing on habitsGreat for inspiration on building the foundation for habit forming! Easy read also! I looke forward to reading more of his books

    17. Good book with good tips to improve your results. O livro é excelente e da dicas excelentes para melhorar seus resultados!

    18. Dicas boas, muito focado em métodos de GTD (Get Things Done), algumas dicas já estavam intrínsecas em meu dia a dia, algumas delas são novas, e algumas são bem difíceis de implementar, como por exemplo o método de 43 pastas, além do mais você terá custos para isso. Do resto vale a pena, principalmente para sair daquela maré desmotivadora que as vezes nos encontramos, e tentar reverter essa situação.

    19. Каждый из нас сталкивается с ленью. Хоть раз в жизни мы откладывали важные дела в чёрный ящик и занимались разной ерундой. Это называется прокрастинацией. Википедия: Прокрастина́ция (от англ. procrastination — задержка, откладывание; от лат. crastinus — завтра и лат. pro — на) — в психоло [...]

    20. Grande resumo do livro: todos os 23 hábitos são: Siga o Get Things Done (GTD).Ok, não é tão assim, mas uns 80% dos "hábitos" são. O livro foi construído com a ideia de sequencias de: "Esse é o problema", "Essa é a solução", "Como se acostumar a fazer a solução". Entretanto, boa parte de "Como se acostumar a fazer a solução" é, realmente, o que o GTD sugere fazer para fazer com que as coisas sejam feitas. Inclusive a ideia de pastas dentro de pastas (uma para cada dia do mês, um [...]

    21. This is a 2 hours short book. It doesn't jibber-jabber about theories and it basically talks about actions like:1) Keep what you want to achieve in you mind2) Prioritize and plan your tasks3) Review the schedule weekly and monthly 4) Guard your schedule and let no one control your time5) Empty your mind(Zeiharnick Effect) and focus on the tasks on hand (Pomodoro technique)6) Create the sense of urgency (Parkinson's law) 7) Peer/public pressure to push yourself (Hawthorne Effect)Nothing new. But [...]

    22. I'm a list maker anyway, so this book basically just says make a more detailed list.I debate against this thinking anyway, because I believe that we need some unscripted time. This book uses an 80/20 formula, but I'm not sure I want to even be 80% scriptedwhich may be my problem. Maybe. Anyhow the book suggests that you just try something - for a week or month or whatever good timing - because if you don't like it you can scrap it and fill its spot with something else. So maybe I should give thi [...]

    23. Comprei o livro em uma promoção da sem muitas pretensões, mas achei a leitura muito válida! Os 23 hábitos citados no título realmente podem ajudar a desenvolver ideias e ter melhores resultados em seus projetos (tanto no trabalho como na vida pessoal). A leitura é rápida, e apesar de ser impossível usar todos os hábitos de uma só vez, cabe ao leitor priorizar o que é mais importante e seguir as excelente dicas do autor. Fiz minhas anotações pessoais baseada na leitura e em meus pr [...]

    24. Some good ideas — mostly not new to me, as it's kind of a compilation of concepts you see on Lifehacker and similar sites — but it's nice to have them all in one place like this as a resource. The main problem is that there are so many that it's overwhelming, which for me is one of the main contributors to procrastination. He does address this at the very end, but I think it would have helped to emphasize it earlier in the book. Overall, though, as I said, it's nice to have as a quick resour [...]

    25. Maybe I've just read too many books like this at point to learn anything new, maybe I'm just expecting too much. I don't know. I breezed through this book and was just annoyed that I'd spent the time. I'll revisit it at some point (because I read, like, everything twice) to see if it's improved with age.

    26. I don't know if this counts as a full book since I'm reading it as a set of books and this book by itself is only 91 pages. At any rate, I liked a lot of the advice of the book. I think I'm ready to start implementing some of these in the new year I still want to procrastinate a bit before the end of the year.

    27. Good Starting PointWhile all these actions are great and a nice to read about implementation is the key to actually stopping procrastination at its core. I look to take some of the lessons learned and begin the process of developing and consistently taking actions to improve myself and those habits talked about it the book.

    28. This is the best time management book I've read. Pretty short and straight to the point, I found most of the 23 tips to be extremely useful and relevant to my situation. Moreover, it has a summary and action plan for each tip so the readers can perform them easily. This book also gave me a feeling of inspiration to be more effective in my life.

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