Last Friday, a fellow named Andy replied to one of my emails about Procrastination Annihilation and had this to say:
Let me know if the price goes down. There are
Kindle books for $10 on procrastination, not saying
they are as good, but can’t justify $150 – $300.
It’s a fair comment.
Why pay $199 for my Procrastination Annihilation course, when you can get a Kindle book for just $10? It doesn’t make sense.
Or does it?
Procrastination Annihilation is not a book.
I mean — let’s face it — if you’re struggling with procrastination, adding another book to your reading pile isn’t going to do a whole world of good right now, is it?
Even if you do read it — and for some folks, that’s a BIG if — you still have to go away and implement the information on your own.
Good luck with that…
Like I said, Procrastination Annihilation isn’t a book.
It’s a program — a deliberate sequence of guided activities designed to uncover the root causes of your procrastination and fix them, so that your new “way of being” is: get in action, stay in action, achieve great things.
What’s special about this program is, the action steps have been carefully designed for folks who struggle to take action and follow through. And it speaks to your subconscious mind where change actually happens. No book can do that.
In other words, they’re small, bite-sized activities and subconscious reinforcers that build your “action muscle” one step at a time, to the point where getting stuff done and seeing it through to the end is as natural to you as surfing the news. 😛
(What’s even more natural? Brushing your teeth.)
You know what I’m saying?
It’s not about reading books and “learning stuff”. It’s about taking small guided steps, and transforming your mindset from the roots up.
That’s why Procrastination Annihilation costs $199.
Are you telling me that annihilating your procrastination for good is not worth $199? Because if that’s true, then I feel sorry for you…
Think about it.
If this course helps you claw back an additional 60 minutes each day that you’d otherwise waste cyberstalking your ex-girlfriends on Facebook, then it’s worth an extra twenty hours of productivity per month.
That’s more than two full work days!
Is having two additional workdays of productivity every month, for the rest of your life, seriously worth less than $199?
Look, I’m not trying to be mean or anything.
It’s just, personally, I think you’re worth it. I might not know you personally, but I do believe your time is more valuable than that.
Something to think about.
If you want to take a look at Procrastination Annihilation and discover why it’s *the* most powerful way to overcome your procrastination for good, click the link below. (You can even see a video preview.)
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