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Main eBook: “Taking Massive Action: How to Get Motivated, Avoid Procrastination, and Achieve Great Things”

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Introduction. 4

Chapter 1 – Why Do We Procrastinate?. 6

Chapter 2 – The Dangers of Procrastinating – Why We Have to Overcome It 7

You Lose Time. 7

You Pay an Opportunity Cost 7

You Never Realize Your Full Potential 7

You Sabotage Your Career and Relationships. 8

You Crush Your Self-Esteem.. 8

…Procrastination Can Kill You. 8

Chapter 3 – Tools and Techniques for Overcoming Procrastination at Work and in Life. 10

  • Get Checker Plus for Google Calendar 10
  • Create a Game Plan. 11
  • Develop Routines and SOPs. 11

Chapter 4 – 4 Ways Science Has Proven Effective for Eliminating Procrastination. 12

1 – Attach a Financial Penalty to Failure. 12

2 – Turn a Huge Goal into A Lot Of Small Ones. 12

3 – Learn to Forgive Yourself 12

4 – Fantasize… The Right Way. 12

Chapter 5 – How to Set Big Goals That Really Matter to You, But Are Still Achievable. 14

Big but Reasonable and Realistic. 14

What Do You Value?. 14

Set One Goal of Time. 14

Be Honest with Yourself 14

Chapter 6 – How Your Personality Affects Your Motivation to Achieve. 16

Chapter 7 – Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Motivation. 18

Chapter 8 – 9 Ways to Motivate Yourself to Achieve Your Goals. 19

1 – Make a Mental Picture of Your Achievement 19

2 – Say “When”, Not “If” 19

3 – Write Down Your Goals. 20

4 – Set Your Own Unique Goals. 20

5 – Use an Affirmation. 20

6 – Hang Around with the Right Type of People. 20

7 – Remove Clutter, Virtual and Physical 20

8 – Take a Lesson from Shakespeare’s Hamlet 21

9 – Motivate Yourself by Looking at Your Current Reality. 21

Chapter 9 – How to Create More Time to Get Things Done Every Day. 22


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Have you ever gotten really fired up about something? Your motivation is super-high, there are simply no thoughts about failure, and you are absolutely certain that you will be able to achieve some type of goal. You take action, and you are so stoked at the beginning of this process that you are a powerful engine of focused activity. Your efforts to reach your goal begin to produce results… initially.

Then something happens.

All that energy created by motivation gets burned up pretty quickly. You lose focus, and before long, the goal you were so motivated to accomplish has been forgotten or ignored.

Why does this happen? Why does motivation often give way to poor efforts, a lack of energy and focus, poor planning and an “I’ll do it tomorrow” attitude? Why do driven people have such a hard time achieving the results they desire, especially when their motivation and energy is so high at the beginning of a process?

Sometimes the problem is procrastination.

That “I’ll do it tomorrow” mindset is easy to adopt. For whatever reason, many people are intrinsically lazy. This is not a knock on you or anyone else. It is just a common fact. Humans are not living a daily fight for survival like our cave-dwelling ancestors were. Most of us have a roof over our head, pantries and refrigerators full of food, climate control, a constant, clean water supply and something that hasn’t been around for more than 95% of human history… physical comfort.

That leads many to believe that there is no need to rock the boat when our basic needs are being met.

This thought pattern is the fuel for procrastination. Why do something today when you can put it off until tomorrow? Rather than working hard on something you want to achieve, why not spend the day at the beach? Surely, putting off some task for one or two days is not going to keep it from getting accomplished, right?

The entire process that moves you from motivation to procrastination and then no activity at all is quite common. This is because procrastinating can kill motivation, but renewed motivation can in turn destroy procrastination, and lead to a desired set of results.

This special report will show you exactly how to consistently take massive action while staying highly motivated and ignoring your natural tendency to procrastinate. You will learn that you can truly achieve great things when you use tools, formulas and systems proven to keep you on the right track to achieving a certain goal. We will explore the very real and very serious dangers of procrastination, and explain scientifically proven ways to stop procrastinating and start taking action.

You will discover how to set goals so they are achievable, as well as the difference between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation. Finally, you will learn how to create more time so you can work on those things that are important to you, and several ways to stay motivated and clearly focused on a goal or activity. Let’s start wiping procrastination out of your life by taking a look at exactly why humans have such an unshakable tendency to put things off until tomorrow, or some later date.

Note: The above content is just a snippet of the ebook.

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Topic: Overcoming Procrastination

Email 1 – Why We Procrastinate
Email 2 – Symptoms of Procrastination
Email 3 – Dealing with Procrastination
Email 4 – Boosting Your Motivation
Email 5 – Is Procrastination a Mental Illness

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Why We Procrastinate

Welcome to our course on procrastination. This is something most of us do at one time or another and it is a perfectly natural thing to do … except when it inhibits you from doing things that need to get done.

In this first lesson, we are going to explore why we procrastinate. Most people put off doing important tasks because of three basic reasons:

  1. they find the task at hand unpleasant to do
  2. they feel overwhelmed by the task
  3. they are disorganized.

Unpleasant to do

Let’s look at each reason to see how to best deal with each one. There isn’t a job around or things in your daily life that doesn’t include having to do some unpleasant tasks. Putting off those tasks won’t make them go away.

Time management experts say the best way to deal with these tasks is to make it a priority to GET THEM DONE and out of the way. That leaves you more time to do the things you enjoy doing and in the end, you get more done during the day.


Some people put off doing certain tasks because they feel overwhelmed by the task(s). Maybe they feel they don’t have the resources or the skills necessary to complete the task at hand.

Some people procrastinate because they are afraid of success! Yes, if they do a good job in a timely manner, they will just get assigned more work.


If a person does not have a system in place to track jobs, tasks and deadlines, it is easy to procrastinate trying to figure out which should be tackled first. This can create a lot of stress if something gets overlooked until right at the last minute before the deadline or the boss pounding on your desk because you missed the deadline. Talk about stress! And the quality of the project usually suffers because the you did not have adequate time left to do a good job.

In the next lesson, we’ll look at some of the symptoms of procrastination so you can tell if you are prone to it or not.



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  1. 5 Ideas for Motivating Yourself When You Don’t Feel Like Doing Something – 423 words
  2. 5 Ways to Boost Your Mental Energy to Help You Stay Motivated – 476 words
  3. 7 Ideas for Making Yourself Accountable to Your Goals to Stay Motivated – 637 words
  4. How a Regular Meditation Practice Could Help You Stay Motivated – 407 words
  5. Why Having Fewer Goals Makes it Easier to Stay Motivated – 599 words


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5 Ideas for Motivating Yourself When You Don’t Feel Like Doing Something

Feeling “sluggish,” burned out from work, or from everyday life is a common experience for most people. But, the good news is there are also plenty of solutions to get you out of that ‘rut’ – and back on your feet in no time!

Depending on the circumstances, feeling a lack of motivation, or just simply not wanting to do something may very well be related to your overall physical or mental health. In other instances, it may just simply involve doing something that perhaps your mind and body are just not ready to do.

Follow any of these 5 simple steps for motivating yourself the next time you are having struggles.

1. For many people, trying something new can make all the difference in how you feel, or how motivated you are later on in the day. Just remember, don’t quit after only trying one thing if it doesn’t work out – keep pushing yourself to learn more about what makes you happy and go with it!

2. Going outside to take a walk in the morning, even if only for a few minutes, thanks to fresh air, being able to see or interact with others, and simply take in the scenery can help motivate you to do other tasks you just simply don’t feel like doing.

3. Try making a “to-do list” of your daily goals or obligations. Even better, consider investing in a budget-friendly white-board to pin up on your home office or bedroom that you can use to precisely map out what it is you’re looking to accomplish, and how!

4. Get more sleep – and we can’t emphasize this enough! Getting the proper, scientifically proven and recommended 7-10 hours of sleep each night can make a dramatic difference in how motivated you feel the next day – or how much energy you have. Also, how comfortable is your mattress? Is it time to possibly invest in a new one? As an extra tip, consider shutting off all electronic devices and lights at least 45 minutes before you intend to fall asleep.

5. Playing energizing music, listening to motivational videos, or even tips by personal trainers and life experts can also be very useful in gathering the necessary energy and motivation to be successful with today’s, and tomorrow’s tasks.

Most importantly, try to focus on what you do have in life, or even write them down if you want! This should help motivate you, and remind you of the good things you have– as well as what it took to get there.



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5 Benefits of Binaural Beats

Over the past decade, binaural beat therapy has seen an increase in popularity as more and more people consider it a form of ‘biohacking’.

So, what is binaural beat therapy?

It’s very simple, and unlike conventional therapy, you won’t need to pour your woes out to anyone. The concept is that your thoughts can be gently influenced by introducing them to different soundwaves.
Since our minds control our bodies, by influencing your mind, you’ll not only feel better, but be able to make your body relax and feel better too.

There are several different types of soundwaves such as alpha, beta, delta, theta and gamma. These different soundwave patterns have different effects on your mind and body.

For example, if you’re suffering from chronic pain, you may wish to get a binaural beat track that has alpha waves embedded in it to relieve your chronic pain.
It may seem strange that the soundwaves you listen to can actually impact how your body feels… and yet, thousands of people swear by the efficacy of binaural beats.

Let’s look at some of the benefits of binaural beats. Do note that you’ll need to do your research and get binaural beats tracks that address issues which are specific to you.

There is NO one-size-fits-all approach here. No one track will be perfect for everyone or solve all maladies at once. Exercise due diligence when getting a track for yourself.

1. Aids in meditation

Trying to become an oasis of peace in a noisy world? Binaural beats can help you get there. So many people struggle to focus on their breathing and clearing their mind.

One minute they’re inhaling deeply, and the next minute they’re thinking if Popeye’s Chicken has any deals that day. Binaural beats will help you focus and stay on track.

2. Reduces anxiety

Thousands of people use binaural beats to reduce anxiety. Due to technology and the constant distractions all around us, more and more people are having anxiety attacks and struggling to cope.
Binaural beats can help reduce anxiety and calm you down.

3. Prevents chronic pain

Suffering from back pain or other pain issues? Do give binaural beats a try for about 2 weeks. You may be amazed to see that it actually works.

Too many people rely on medication, pain patches, massage, etc. Binaural beats just might help alleviate the pain better than a massage could.

4. Helps you sleep

Tossing and turning and cursing while you struggle to sleep? Binaural beats can help. As mentioned earlier, these soundwaves can help calm your mind and help you get a good night’s rest.

So often, we’re so tuned into the world and all the activities in it that we’re unable to shut off. After a few minutes of listening to some calming binaural beats, your mind will calm down and be less ‘active’.
Now you’re in a better state to fall asleep easily.

5. Increases focus and concentration

Up till now, all you’ve read is about how binaural beats has calming properties like it’s some kind of aural marijuana. That’s true, but it can also be used to increase your focus and concentration.
If the track is ‘infused’ with beta waves, it’ll make you more alert and increase your ability to concentrate and stay focused.

There are many uses for these different types of binaural beats ranging from improving one’s moods to eliminating fear and much more.
Binaural beats are here to stay and only going to get more popular in time to come as more people realize how powerful these soundwave tracks are.

Even if you’re skeptical and don’t understand how they work, you should still give them a try. You’d be surprised to discover that you become an instant fan of these beats.
It’s better to enjoy the fruits than to study the bitter roots. Give them a try today.


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Binaural Beats for Astral Projection

Experiencing out of body or ‘astral’ projection can be difficult to achieve, even for those who have studied and worked a lifetime to reach that desirable mental state. Binaural beats for astral projection can be just the boost you need to make the process more effortless and enjoyable.

Binaural beats can invoke astral projection by providing your brain with the frequency cycles it needs to generate the deep meditation or dreaming state needed to achieve astral projection.

Your brain frequencies tend to exist under the 20 Hz point – which includes the 4-7 Hz Theta waves that occur with out of body experiences. The ear doesn’t recognize or respond to frequencies below 20 Hz, but with binaural beat technology, you can produce a third sound which accurately sets up the astral projection state of mind.

If you’ve attempted to experience out of body projections by the use of normal meditation and relaxation techniques, you’ll be surprised at the dramatic results achieved by listening to binaural beats for astral projection.

There are some factors in achieving the best astral projection experience that you can, including:

· Morning hours are the best time for astral projection.
· Wear loose clothing and be as comfortable as possible.
· Relax the body to reach a trance-like state.
· Binaural beats will help you reach a state of sleep paralysis (a state that we reach normally just before we sleep).
· Begin the astral projection by visualizing a separation of mind from physical body.

Before you try binaural beats for astral projection, read all you can about the process and understand it thoroughly – especially if you’re a beginner. Astral projection success isn’t a matter of merely relaxing your body and then moving into a mental state of separation.

Many of those who experience it on a regular basis have spent years in study and meditation. Even though you’ll have the added benefit of binaural beats, you should understand a bit more about astral projection and what can be accomplished or experienced with it.

You may want to practice relaxation techniques with the use of binaural beats for awhile before you try astral projection. Meditation and relaxation play an important part in the ability to “travel the astral plane” and programming your brainwaves to reach deep levels of relaxation will help your astral explorations.

Taking a projected trip into the universe can be an amazing experience and when used correctly, binaural beats can improve on the success of your astral travel. Your body enters a deep state of relaxation, but the brain is fully cognizant of what’s happening. You’ll remember the entire experience of astral projection when you “awaken.”

Binaural beats for astral projection are not advised for use if you have epilepsy. Also, avoid listening when you’re driving a car or engaged in something that requires your entire concentration.


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Are You Feeling Overpowered By Stress?

Unfortunately, there are many times in our lives when stress creeps in and causes great angst. Life is busy and work, kids, school and responsibilities can seem overwhelming at times. Do you feel stress getting you down? Here are some tips to help deal with stress and its after-effects.

Stress has become a major cause of anxiety and panic attacks. If not dealt with, it can have an incapacitating effect on your life. More often than not, most people with A-type personalities are prime candidates for stress induced symptoms. The perfectionism they seek in everything they do never quite measures up to their expectations. This is not a perfect world; and it’s time those who live in it realize they aren’t perfect either.

Most people deal with stress in different ways; either they ignore the initial problem which caused it; retreat within themselves, or fall apart. However, those who recognize the signs nip it in the bud before it completely takes over. Using simple exercises can relieve the onset of stress. For example: While sitting at your desk at work, breathing exercises can bring you back to a calm state. Going outside for some fresh air also helps.
Walking or running for 20 minutes can release endorphins which relieve stress. Listening to classical music lowers the blood pressure, and brings calm within.

Sometimes, however, stress reveals itself in other ways. Lightheadedness, an inability to focus, feelings of pressure and palpitations are all symptoms of stress. Moreover, continued stress can produce anxiety, panic, and the fright or flight syndrome. Here is one such case of how stress can simply overwhelm and, in some cases, debilitate.

A secretary was called into her administrator’s office, which was quite large and comfortable. As she was taking dictation, she suddenly found it hard to breathe; began to lose focus; and a queasy feeling in her stomach ensued. She could no longer concentrate on his voice, and ran out of the room.

Unbeknownst to her, she had just experienced an anxiety attack brought on by stress. However, while there was nothing stressful going on at the time, she later identified the cause. An unpleasant thought had entered her mind while she was taking dictation, causing fear to take over forcing her to flee the office.

Upon further examination, it was determined the stress in her home life simply became too much, and filtered its way in to her work day.

If stress is getting you down, examine the cause. Determine the origin, and discuss it with a professional or a loved one. Stress, if not acted upon, can cause serious health problems. Avoid it at all costs, if you can.


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Goal setting is a process of intentionally laying out the want or need for a new skill or project in a step-by-step manner. Once the goal is clearly identified, a plan of action is created to accomplish it.

Goal setting requires a thoughtful plan and a set of steps to be successful. It requires hard work and dedication. Goal setting is essentially deciding to take control of your life by identifying where you want to go and working toward that goal.

Why Having Life Goals Is Important

Having life goals to some may sound like a waste of time, but overall, it is a critical practice to adopt. Any expert will suggest it to help you assure your success. Whether you like where you are now or you are having trouble in your life, set out some life goals that are important to you so that you can work toward them.

This method works because, beyond the goal itself, the experience of working toward the goal provides so much more joy and excitement and fabric to your life. Without goals, you essentially have nothing to look forward to and it’s easy to fall into despair. But when you know where you’re going and how you’ll get there, life becomes fun, exciting, and worth living. In a sense, setting life goals is setting your plan or road map to life and how you plan to ride it.

A Sense of Purpose

Goal setting provides a sense of purpose. It redirects your focus to completing something – whether it be daily, monthly, or yearly. It motivates you to continue your daily life. Each goal you set is another day to look forward to. For example, if you know that walking 30 minutes a day leads to better health, and you check off each day over a year, it helps you understand why you’re doing it.

Essential to True Happiness

When you set life goals, you are essentially making a life plan: a life plan to true happiness. For each goal you set, no matter what steps it has, the end goal is happiness because you know once you accomplish that goal, you will be happier in the end. Each goal you set allows you to get more of what you want out of life.

Focus and Motivation

Setting goals provides a sense of focus and motivation to an everyday life that generally may be convoluted. With each goal that is set, there is also a clear end in sight, which motivates you to continue and accomplish each goal.

The desire to achieve the goal and seeing the finish line provides the determination and drive to get it done. Without goals, your time could likely be wasted on pointless tasks that lead nowhere. You may be busy, but you won’t be productive without goal setting.

Sense of Pride

Nothing feels better than working hard and accomplishing a set of goals. Achieving your goals will fill you with a sense of pride in yourself and what you can do. Setting goals is also another way to track your accomplishments because they are all written down, and you can check off each milestone as they are completed. As these goals are accomplished and then visually represented by the marks on your calendar or the weight you’ve lost or the degree you’ve earned, your confidence will rise as well.

Why Some People Achieve Goals, and Some Don’t

The practice of setting life goals has a process that is important to follow, which includes goal setting, action scheduling, and implementing. Of course, there is also testing and tracking periodically to ensure your ideas are working, but in general, goal setting includes more than just writing down some dreams.

Writing down a goal does not mean you will accomplish that goal. It only means that it is what you want out of life. But to achieve the goal, you must do the work required to achieve it.

For example, if you wrote down a goal to write a 100K-word novel within the next year, you’ll have to realistically plot how much time you need to accomplish your goal in the time you have set – ending up with a daily task list that will ensure the job gets done if you do the tasks.

There are plenty of reasons why some people achieve goals and some don’t.  Understanding these reasons is essential so that you can be sure to be one of the people who do achieve theirs through SMART goal setting (more on SMART later).

Fear of Failure and Rejection

For most people, the fear of failure and rejection alone will prevent them from trying. Don’t let this happen to you. Research shows that failure and rejection is the best way to learn something new. As Robert F. Kennedy once said, “Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly.”

Not Knowledgeable about How to Set and Achieve Goals

Probably the second most common reason why people fail to achieve their goals is that they don’t know how to set them up correctly in the first place. Goals need to be clear and as specific as possible to work. Most experts suggest that you use SMART goal setting to help yourself succeed. That means a goal needs to be specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and timely or time bound. Basically, that just means that you need



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