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The author of two intelligent guides on stress and time management, Davidson offers down-to-earth lessons on how to get the important things done. Though his conversational charm makes him come across like your best friend talking over lunch, the author is a seasoned authority who explains procrastination with clarity. He knows a lot about the internal and behavioral reasons we put things off, and, most important, he closes his ideas and arguments with practical strategies for getting off the dime. This encyclopedia for getting things done bears repeated listening. It comes with a handy pocket guide that presents the core ideas in paragraph form.
Published: Oasis Audio on
ISBN: 9781589263475
Unabridged
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