The 60-Second Procrastinator: Sixty Solid Techniques to Jump-Start Any Project and Get Your Life in Gear Summary

The SQUEEZE: Procrastination is the killer of success. Without a continuous effort at pursuing and managing your dreams, you will never get to your destination. Jeff Davidson’s book “The 60-Second Procrastinator” Sixty Solid Techniques to Jump-Start Any Project and Get Your Life in Gear” offers strategies for how to overcome procrastination. Even though we could all use an eight-day week, we must learn how to manage the days we have. With this in mind, Davidson teaches the reader how to organize and get motivated about starting and completing projects. Davidson offers tips on how to manage frustration and monitor energy levels. He urges the reader to stop spending time obsessing about doing something and spend more time actually doing the thing. Davidson’s book is a practical read.

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Common Q’s Answered by this Book:

  • What is the “60-second procrastinator”?
  • What are the sixty techniques for jump-starting any project?
  • What are some methods for dismantling obstacles?
  • What are some ways to keep energy levels up?
  • How do you manage frustration?
  • What are some tips for getting organized?


About the Author: Jeff Davidson is the author of 39 books on the subject of dealing with stress and time management. A central theme in his books is Davidson teaching the reader how to get things done, using conversational charm. Through reading his books, he appears to be a friend, but he is also a seasoned authority on the subject. Davidson explains procrastination, highlighting the inner workings of behavior and the contributing causes to task avoidance. Davidson is a five-time state winner of the United States Small Business Administration’s Media Advocate of the Year Award. Davidson contributes articles to multiple magazines and newspapers and frequently attracts clients such as America Online, American Express, and Westinghouse.


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Publisher: Adams Media Corporation (December 2003)

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