Article 1390993083660The Now Habit Review
Review: The Now Habit
by Trent Hamm May 20, 2007 9 min read original
Each Sunday, The Simple Dollar reviews a personal productivity or personal development book.
[Open in BuboFlash]During my college years, procrastination was an incredibly large problem for me, and more than once my procrastinating nature really hurt me badly. Once, in fact, it lowered a course grade from an A to a C, which was a real wake-up call for me. I spent a lot of time thinking about why I procrastinate, and it was largely from there that I started to really look into personal productivity and time management philosophies. Eventually, I came to really reject procrastination, but for me it was more of a subtle thing – it came around slowly, over time.
I hadn’t heard of The Now Habit until fairly recently, when it was mentioned to me over conversation by a friend of mine. We were joking about all of the stupid things we’d done in college to postpone working on pro
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The Now Habit Summary
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This is a summary of the book The Now Habit (A Strategic Program for Overcoming Procrastination and Enjoying Guilt-Free Play) by Neil Fiore, Ph.D.
The Now Habit has been sitting on my shelf for quite some time and I’ve been putting of reading it for a few years now :-) It sounds like a joke, but it’s not – there always were more interesting books to read – or so I thought! I’m not a procrastinator – you can’t be if you want to run a successful business – but perhaps I was a bit afraid that the book might slap me in my face and force me to reconsider my approach to work and play.
Now when I’ve finally read The Now Habit, I bring you a full summary of the book so you can get the most out of it quickly. The Now Habit book is well structured and surprisingly easy to read and has given me multiple insights into procrastination and productivity .
The Now Habit book says: “People do not procrastinate bec