The Art of Procrastination: A Guide to Effective Dawdling, Lollygagging, and Postponing, or, Getting Things Done by Putting Them Off

  • 1h 46m 59s
  • John Perry
  • Recorded Books, Inc.
  • 2012

This charming and accessible audio educates, entertains, and illuminates a universal subject. Procrastinators will be relieved to learn that you can actually accomplish quite a lot while procrastinating. In fact, the book itself is the result of Perry avoiding grading papers, refereeing academic proposals, and reviewing dissertation drafts. It also has a practical side, offering up advice that listeners can put to use. Who knew that placing "Learn Chinese" at the top of your to-do list would inspire you to get the less monumental tasks below it done?

Witty, wise, and beautifully written, The Art of Procrastination will make the perfect gift for the untold number of lollygaggers out there.

In this Audiobook

  • CHAPTER ONE Structured Procrastination
  • CHAPTER TWO Procrastination and Perfectionism
  • CHAPTER FOUR Get Rhythm
  • CHAPTER FIVE The Computer and the Procrastinator
  • CHAPTER SIX A Plea for the Horizontally Organized
  • CHAPTER SEVEN Collaborating with the Enemy?
  • CHAPTER EIGHT Fringe Benefits
  • CHAPTER NINE Do Procrastinators Have to Be Annoying?
  • CHAPTER TEN Deep Concluding Thoughts