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The End of Procrastination free minicourse

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Defeat your procrastination with our free online course

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The End of Procrastination free minicourse

What you will learn

  • What contemporary science knows about why we procrastinate
  • How to increase your long-term motivation
  • How to strengthen your willpower and learn positive habits
  • How to find more meaning in your life
  • How to deal with stress and failure
  • How to be happier and how to find better overall balance

Lesson 1: HEROISM

Become the Everyday Hero You Know You Want to Be

Stepping out of your comfort zone and deviating from the crowd can sometimes be tough, but there’s a reason for the saying that outside of your comfort zone is where the magic happens. It’s also where heroism happens, and being a hero, no matter if to a large crowd or just to yourself, can drastically change your life. By learning how to do small acts of heroism on a daily basis, you’ll find that life will become more rewarding.

Lesson 2: IKIGAI

The Concept That Will Help You Define Yourself

We have the Japanese to thank for a number of great proverbs and concepts, and IKIGAI is one of them! This concept recognizes that each individual is unique with different skills and aspirations that may be utilized towards making the world a better place and securing one’s own needs. By learning how to discover your very own IKIGAI, you will find out how your talents and passions can fit together in a useful way to bring you a step closer to your personal vision and long-term happiness.

Lesson 3: EGO2.0

Why You Should Employ Selflessness into Daily Practice

Buddha was onto something when he taught selflessness, and modern science has proven its benefits and importance towards achieving authentic, long-term happiness. Learning how to be more selfless is in fact crucial towards achieving emotional stability and overall satisfaction with life. As you will discover, it’s quite easy to be selfless on a daily basis.


Training Your Brain to Think More Constructively

Have you ever heard of the difference between a fixed mindset and a growth mindset? In short, having a fixed mindset can leave you dwelling negatively over things like failure and obstacles, which can lead to procrastination. Upon learning how to adopt a growth mindset, on the other hand, you will be able to see such things in a more constructive light and utilize what previously may have held you back as motivators and learning opportunities.


The Trick to Seeing the World in a New Way

If you look hard enough, there is something positive to be found out of almost every situation you may initially see as negative. It’s all about training your brain to have a positive outlook, and it gets easier over time! Similarly to adopting a growth mindset, having a positive explanatory style will help you turn something that may have initially held you back or gotten you down into an opportunity to find satisfaction in life.

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The book for people who are
serious about getting more done

The End of Procrastination, written by Petr Ludwig & Adela Schicker is dedicated to improving your long-term motivation and helping you get the most out of your life.

  • Over 400,000 copies sold worldwide
  • Practical tools for immediate use
  • 100+ pictures to illustrate concepts
  • Based on over 120 scientific studies

Simple, science-based tools to stop procrastination

Based on the latest research, The End of Procrastination synthesizes over one hundred scientific studies to create a program that is based on the way our brains actually work.