How To Overcome The Overwhelming Nature of Procrastination

Best selling author Carol Look's new book Stop Feeling So Lazy continues to help thousands of people struggling to stay ahead while battling the frustrating realities of procrastination.

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Most people do no notice why their lives have quietly and slowly fallen behind and much of the reasoning behind it is because they procrastinate.

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) January 16, 2013

Remember that one kid in class that never seemed to struggle with studying and always came out at the top of the class … and how much you despised him for it. Why was that? What it because he was so good at studying or was it because you were terrible at it? Most likely the second of the two scenarios… right? In reality, studying was no fun for either, but you found that it was almost impossible not to procrastinate until the very last minute.

Procrastination seems to be one of the largest undiagnosed disorders in the world and millions of people are affected by it every day. It does not just have to be at school studying for an exam or at the office working on a giant work assignment. Procrastination can easily affect any and every part of life. Procrastination is the reason why the dishes have been in the sink for days, why the car oil has not been checked, why the guitar sits dusty and un-played in the corner of the room. Most people do no notice why their lives have quietly and slowly fallen behind and much of the reasoning behind it is because they procrastinate.

In Carol Look’s new book Stop Feeling So Lazy, she teaches people how to break the procrastination cycle once and for all and excel. Carol has helped thousands of people around the world fight the battle that seems to be tormenting so many of us. Her book touches on subjects that pinpoint to the causes of procrastination like fear of failure, fear of success and rebellion and describes step-by-step how to fight back. She understands the struggles that many of us face from day to day and realizes that even the smallest task can feel like a fourteen thousand foot mountain. Through her own struggles Carol has found a way to not only tackle procrastination head on, but how to improve life in every way.

Lets face it, there is not one person in this world that does not need a little help when it comes to being motivated to doing the difficult tasks in life. Unfortunately, society today moves at a vey fast pace and is anything but simple. Carol Look’s new book Stop Feeling So Lazy is the perfect guide to finding out how to live a life full of productivity, happiness and how to stop procrastinating.


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