FREE: “How to safely use a dangerous – but powerful -psychology tactic to finish anything

IMPORTANT GUILTY DISCLOSURE: I haven’t finished writing the document yet. Subject to my IT human, it will be available to subscribers shortly after mid July – that’s 2017. However, you won’t miss out. I will personally email “How to safely use a dangerous – but powerful – psychology tactic to finish anything” to anyone who subscribed before the download’s available – so existing subscribers, you don’t need to do anything. It will be sent to you)

n.b. I’ve chosen a behavior modification strategy as the free download in support of my upcoming e-book ‘The 21 day myth: Changing habits in under a week – including procrastination’. The e-book will be secretly launched after the 1st July.

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Subscribe to my blog for a free download containing the single most effective psychological technique for busting procrastination & finishing that thing. It can be a tricky technique, but simple when you know how to use it effectively.

This technique is the ‘big gun’ I pull out when I have a large, scary, VIT (Very Important Thing) to finish.

And – used properly – it works every time. I used it to finish my Ph.D. on time, get a book draft to Amazon by my own self-imposed deadline, etc. etc. However – used incorrectly – at best it won’t work, and at worst will be demotivating.

But that’s not all…

Subscribers receive newsletters every second Humpday containing at least two articles. One will be “What I’m doing right now” – a ‘behind the scenes’ look into the struggles, failures, and triumphs of my business and personal life, and another article or two on something to do with:

  • how to rapidly make and break habits
  • psychological tactics for beating procrastination and overwhelm
  • strategies for reducing stress, and boosting mental and physical health
  • and maybe some frog-dodging, dating and relationship strategies
  • and occasionally trickier issues to do with saving the world

My articles typically consist of psychological strategies illustrated with my embarrassing personal anecdotes. Of which I am spoiled for choice.

 

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