Addiction, Procrastination, and Laziness: A Proactive Guide to the Psychology of Motivation

Learn to take control of your life through an in-depth understanding of motivation

What is motivation? Why do we feel totally paralyzed to do certain things, and utterly unable to quit others? Too many people conclude, falsely, that they are just lazy or lacking in willpower. But what they lack is a correct understanding of their own minds, of motivation, and the way that it operates.

This audiobook is a self-help manual and a rigorous analysis of the psychology of motivation. It will teach you to stop procrastinating, kick your addictions, circumvent laziness, take control of your actions, and achieve your goals, by thoroughly understanding the way your mind works. 

In it, you’ll learn: 

  • What the nature of motivation is, on its deepest psychological level
  • Why addiction and procrastination are two sides of the same coin
  • Why there’s no fundamental difference between a physical and psychological addiction
  • Why willpower is rarely the solution to anything
  • Why and how emotions motivate

You’ll also learn 15 powerful strategies for motivating yourself, why they work, and how to apply them to your own life. By the end of this audiobook, you’ll possess all the tools you need to take firm control of your daily existence.

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2 Comments

Anonymous on July 10, 2019 at 05:14.

Bait and Switch The free sample is written simple easily understood English and promises an approachable and instructive book.The rest of the book is written by a person who obviously has no idea how to write clearly and and has no respect for his readers. It is a slapdash effort that gets worse and worse as it nears the end as he struggles to use as many big words as possible in order to achieve his desired page count.I kept working hard to get to a payoff that never came.Like the old…

Anonymous on July 10, 2019 at 05:45.

Still Working On It, But This Helps I liked the book, and although I am not entirely sure yet that it will work for me, it gave me some insight as to what goes on with addiction, procrastination and laziness. I was addicted to cigarettes for 13 years and gave them up 40 years ago. On the third try, I was finally successful using a similar program to this with a slow reduction of nicotine. Going ‘cold turkey’ has never worked for me, but slow change has. Today, I battle with overweight and lack of motivation from too many…

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