The Procrastinators Planner – Daily/Weekly Organiser Designed to Increase Productivity and Combat Procrastination – Hardcover Half Year 182 Day Planner with Science and Philosopy of Procrastination
£21.99 - £19.99
(as of Dec 07,2021 09:16:03 UTC – Details)
There’s a mountain of study out there from neurobiology and behavioral psychology on procrastination. What is it? Why do we have it? How can we beat it? Generally speaking, these studies agree on a handful of simple solutions. This planner outlines these solutions and provides the opportunity for daily and weekly repeated practical application of them. Besides being entertaining and enjoyable to use (we hope!), this book will help in three ways:
Transferring the tasks into this planner reduces the ‘neural load’ that we carry, freeing up a bit more brain power for other things. Also, if we don’t write it down, we will have forgotten by the end of the day! Use this book as a brain dump. Uploading all of the things that we have to do today onto a page of this book means that we only have to think about what we have to do today once. We can set out for the day knowing where we are going, what we are doing and when we are doing it. It’s just easier to write it all down!
This is just a fancy word for teaching our brains new tricks. Just like how muscles grow when trained, the mind becomes stronger with more use. If we regularly repeat the same mental processes (i.e using the daily disciplines of this book), then our brains become more used to these processes. It may feel like chopping our way through a jungle for the first few weeks, but eventually the pathways become chopped, and then we only have to stroll along them.
After a while, a ‘productive day’ is easier to spot. Asking too much of ourselves on a daily basis is dangerous. When we look back on our day, sometimes we feel that if we didn’t cure a deadly disease, break an Olympic record and wrestle the Loch Ness Monster, it wasn’t a productive day. It’s great to be ambitious, but come on! Understanding that doing only what needs to be done today, today, is a huge step into feeling good about today.
Scientifically designed planner pages – Weekly planning and review plus 182 daily pages designed specifically for ease of use, and to maximise productivity.
Understand procrastination – The Procrastinators Planner takes a rigorous look at the study of procrastination. Includes 20 theory pages on Procrastination. What is it? Why do we do it? How can we overcome it?
Destroy procrastination – Using the newest thinking from the fields of neurobiology and behavioural psychology, this planner offers soultions to procrastination, and the opportunity of practical application of these solutions.
Relatable and funny – The Procrastinators Planner has an ongoing two-headed-ogre theme. The two-headed-ogre character called Lim’Cor represents the internal dialogue that goes on inside all our our minds when we need to get a task done!
Daily Lim’Cor sketches – To keep us turning the pages, this planner features 182 unique, daily two-headed-ogre sketches ranging from inspirational, to hilarious, to downright bizarre.