Addiction, Procrastination, and Laziness: A Proactive Guide to the Psychology of Motivation

Learn to Take Control of Your Life, Through an In-Depth Understanding of Motivation:

What is motivation? Why do we feel totally paralyzed to do certain things, and utterly unable to quit others? Too many people conclude, falsely, that they are just lazy, or lacking in willpower. But what they lack is a correct understanding of their own minds, of motivation, and the way that it operates.

This book is a self-help manual and a rigorous analysis of the psychology of motivation. It will teach you to stop procrastinating, kick your addictions, circumvent laziness, take control of your actions, and achieve your goals, by thoroughly understanding the way your mind works. In it, you’ll learn:

What is the nature of motivation, on its deepest psychological level
Why addiction and procrastination are two sides of the same coin
Why there’s no fundamental difference between a physical and psychological addiction
Why willpower is rarely the solution to anything
Why and how emotions motivate

You’ll also learn fourteen powerful strategies for motivating yourself, why they work, and how to apply them to your own life. By the end of this book, you’ll possess all the tools you need to take firm control of your daily existence.

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The Other Virtual You

Think your self is real? The author thought so. His father’s transformation by a brain tumor changed his mind. This short article will change yours. Here is an excerpt: “The suspicion that you and I are not what we seem began when I entered my father’s hospital room and saw him lying on his bed. Opaque eyes peered out of an expressionless face, the look of a man with an inoperable brain tumor. He no longer recognized most of his relatives and he was unable to count past five. Two days later he fell into a coma. He gained consciousness briefly when the tumor outran its blood supply and he was again able to count to five. Then he slipped back into a coma and the door closed. My father was gone, leaving behind a still breathing body. But he was gone. A brain tumor with the chilling name glioblastoma multiforma had appeared, grown, regressed, and resumed growth. As it did, my father was altered, disappeared, reappeared, and then was extinguished. “If disruption to one of your organs can distort and undo everything you are, then what, essentially, are you? I don’t mean who are you, your narrative identity. That you, made up of your life stories which you might disclose to a psychiatrist or post on Facebook, can vanish with retrograde amnesia or be deleted with a click. But you will still be there. “What is that you? …”

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