overcoming procrastination are based on improving these five skill areas, and involve: Hassles; by Albert Ellis and William J. Knaus. in the REBT ”Master Therapists” DVD Series (Dryden in Overcoming Procrastination: Master Therapists DVD series, Albert Ellis Institute, New. Overcoming procrastination ; or how to think and act rationally in spite of life’s inevitable hassles / Albert Ellis and William J. Knaus Ellis, Albert,

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Ellis had authored and co-authored more than 80 books and articles during his lifetime. Try and feel instead that while I don’t like this, this is the way of the world and I am chosing to do this and will feel better when it is done 3 role playing – what would batman or Jordan Belfort do 4 overcome the compulsive desire for entertainment by looking at the long term pros and cons of task vs TV and how you will feel with the task done vs watching the programme with yet less time for the task 5 work with friends or a parter and both study or go to the gym but maintain the ability to work alone and and not always need someone 6 focus on the positive.

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. I’m currently on my iPhone so this review will be short. Jan 19, Joe rated it it was amazing.


Need a refresher after all these years so currently rereading it. The authors – two established doctors of psychiatry who pioneered the “Rational-Emotive Technique” of dealing procrastinatoin and changing behavior – have a clumsy, ham-fisted way of getting their ideas across Knaus Snippet view – Jan 15, J. Despite his health issues, Ellis never stopped working with the assistance of his wife, Australian psychologist Debbie Joffe Ellis.

In AprilEllis was hospitalized with pneumonia, and had to stay in either the procrastinstion or the rehabilitation facility. Published July 3rd by Signet first published Return to Book Page. New American Library- Psychology – pages. Preview — Overcoming Procrastination by Albert Ellis. Nick rated it liked it Dec 25, Norman Cook rated it it was ok Aug 02, I don’t know how much it means that this is what I am writing about in the review.

Fey rated it really liked it Jul 06, Sharon Jones rated it liked it Jun 03, Maybe the author was totally hip back then, and i’m the square.

Vahiderfani rated oovercoming it was amazing Apr 07, Realise that if it has happened then it must h This is a brilliant book giving a number of practical solutions to dealing with procrastination. Ali Feizi rated it liked it Oct 24, Paperbackpages. Books by Albert Ellis. I apologize fo any spelling errors.

Open Preview See a Problem? The ideas, themes and suggestions will probably seem mostly familiar to you, but having it all laid out and connected does help quite a bit to put things into perspective. Susanne Ramharter overcomimg it liked it Oct 01, The focus is on procrastination and the specific examples are helpful.


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I don’t have to think about that stuff. It is my second reading.

Ellis A. & Knaus W. : Overcoming Procrastination

Albert EllisWilliam J. Based on a professional survey of USA and Canadian psychologists, he was considered as the second most influential psychotherapist in history Carl Rogers ranked first in the survey; Sigmund Freud was ranked third. May 09, Annie rated it it was amazing. But maybe that was just me.

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Bryandra rated it liked it Jan 15, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. But, as annoying as that was, I think it helped drive some aalbert concepts home. I didn’t think the authors described rational emotive behavioral therapy well in this book. It is still worth checking out. Realise that if it has happened then it must have happened and should happen so visualise feeling having less emotionally procrasgination emotions and reactions.