Ther are many kinds and reasons for procrastinating. One of the worst is “perfectionism.”
A book about the principle of not waiting for something to be perfect, but doing it ASAP even it might fail is a better decision. Theory, research, case studies, practical advice, and everything about the how and why of this principle.
Find out what’s the best strategy.
A study examining evidence on what leads to better chances of success.
Most people are motivated to achieve a particular goal they want. It can be losing weight, getting up early, learning a new skill, or even getting into a habit that they know is good for them but makes them uncomfortable. The problem is most don’t succeed, and I think it’s because they never make the switch in their mind – they never decide “this is me from mow on – I will …”
A study and development of a method(s) to help people make the switch. In my experience from experiments I did myself and from observing others, until someone does not make the switch – by themselves and in their own mind – these changes they want to achieve, the goals they want to reach, mostly do not materialize.
You hear many different opinions about wealth creation. Some say you should do what you are passionate about; some say you should not “ruin” your passion by turning it into “work,” while others still say do what it takes regardless of your passion.
A book analyzing this famous question. Researching studies, experts, stories, science, psychology, etc., and painting the whole picture with logical and factually sound conclusions.