Febin John James

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3 books to help you stop procrastinating

#1 The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do, and How to Change

This is my favourite . The first thing I did after I woke up was to check my phone. After reading this book I was able to break that habit into reading a chapter from a book.

The book contains three parts .

1.) The habits of Individuals

2.) The habits of successful organizations.

3.) The habits of societies.

It explains the habit loop of cue, routine and reward. Using the techniques explained in the book you will be able to use the habit loop to change your bad habits to good. It contains stories of people and organizations , who benefited from their habits.

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#2 Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World

We all know that social media usage affects our productivity. This book explained me it’s cost . After understanding the cost , you are likely to restrict your habit next time. I usually get stressed after a day’s of work. This book taught me if i do my work right. It can be both enjoying and satisfying.

This author explains why deep work is effective, satisfying and meaningful. This can help you get the best of your day. Worth a read.

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#3 A Mind for Numbers: How to Excel at Math and Science (Even If You Flunked Algebra)

Even though the book is about learning techniques. A lot of chapters in the book has got techniques to stop procrastination. The pomodoro technique explain in the book is my favourite.

This book also contains strategies used by people from different field of expertise. If you want to be an active learner, this book is worth reading.

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