Here’s an interesting fact:

It turns out — generally speaking — that the children of excessively disciplining parents tend to develop behavioral patterns later in life that are more inclined toward instant gratification and procrastination.


Because over-disciplined children never develop the ability to push themselves to do what they need to do. They don’t develop “muscle” — i.e. their own structures for getting into action and staying in action.

If you had a parent or guardian who always had their boot on your neck, pushing you to get stuff done and meet commitments without giving you an opportunity to push yourself, then chances are you didn’t develop this vital life skill either — or at least not properly.

Is it too late to “fix” this?

No. Absolutely not.

It’s never too late. In fact, this is the reason why I created my Procrastination Annihilation program — to help you “reprogram” these self-sabotaging patterns, no matter what your age or circumstance.

Chronic procrastination is not normal.

It’s not trivial either.

When you struggle to live up to the commitments you make — not only to your friends and those you love, but also to yourself — it can cost you your job, your well-being, your health, even your most cherished relationships.

Beating yourself up doesn’t fix things.

Putting yourself down doesn’t get you into action.

You need to tackle the root causes of procrastination. You need to understand what’s at play in your unconscious mind so that you can fix whatever is missing, and become an iron-clad person of action. Someone who’s word carries value and authority.

That’s what Procrastination Annihilation is about.

Click here to take a look and discover how and why it works:

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