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56: Peter Shallard: Part 2: Is Procrastination Stopping Your Success

Brief Bio:

Peter Shallard is THE shrink for entrepreneurs. You may have read about him in Forbes, Inc Magazine and Business Insider. His client roster spans the silicon valley startup elite, Hollywood tycoons, private aviation, medical technology and every industry in-between. He’s the trusted advisor and confidant, behind the curtain, boosting these innovator’s peak performance. His past clients have raised tens of millions in venture capital, with exits totaling over one hundred million.

His new venture, Commit Action, is transforming the productivity and bottom line results of thousands of entrepreneurs… while his heavyweight research and advisory team – including a Harvard Neuroscience Professor, psychiatrists and world renowned psychologists – are unearthing breakthroughs in the brain-science and psychology of goal accomplishment.

 

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Why procrastination isn’t your fault (although you still need to do something about it)
  • How to STOP procrastinating
  • The secret of forming super productivity habits
  • What’s the ONE thing you can do today to achieve success
  • How to avoid “burn out”
  • Delayed gratification: Get control of your life

 

[tweet_box design=”box_12_at” float=”none” author=” Tom Robbins”]”Humans have evolved to their relatively high state by retaining the immature characteristics of their ancestors. Humans are the most advanced of mammals – although a case could be made for the dolphins – because they seldom grow up. Behavioral traits such as curiosity about the world, flexibility of response, and playfulness are common to practically all young mammals but are usually rapidly lost with the onset of maturity in all but humans. Humanity has advanced, when it has advanced, not because it has been sober, responsible and cautious, but because it has been playful, rebellious, and immature.”[/tweet_box]

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