Friday, August 15, 2014
A great tool to help get a person's life in order
Really simple, easy to follow guide to help a person put their life in perspective and stop procrastinating. John Cruise first identifies the problem, then describes the many possible causes. His next chapters are devoted to relatable ways to break the bad habit of putting things off. He urges the reader to set smaller but definitive goals to be able to achieve success until they can build up to bigger projects. A well written book, it was a vital bit of information because as an overachiever working with many procrastinators, this book helped me not only to understand people I work with, but learn to help them as well. Procrastinating is global and affects physical, emotional, and financial well being. Learning to place things in realistic order, set reasonable goals and learning to say no to the impossible, a person can have a calmer and more balanced life. Nothing works like success and this book is the key to that.
Carole P. Roman