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1.0 out of 5 starsToo generic. Nothing you already know.
Reviewed in India on 27 July 2020
1) Make a list of all the things you have to do 2) Sort them by priority 3) Do the top 2 things now
That's all is there in the book.
You and I can read as many books as we want or watch as many youtube videos on procrastination. The only way to beat it is to get off our bottoms and do something. We don't need a Rs.250 book to tell us that. Good luck.
The whole crux of this book is to do the difficult tasks first in the day, to plan your day in advance and to be disciplined. Doesn’t really get anything new to the table but still I would say it can be read once without getting bored.
Good for school going children to start with. Could complete the whole book in hour and ahalf. Lucid language. You do not have to revise the book. Every point is revised many times in the book itself. If you have read atleast one personality devolepment book I would not recommend it