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A Quick Story of My Daily Struggle with Procrastination

My names is Tim, I’m 30 years old and all of my life I have been a chronic procrastinator.

It’s not that I am not productive…I actually LOVE the feeling of getting things done. That gratification that compels you to want to do more. My problem is that I have AVOIDED everything that’s important…term papers, client meetings, presentations, paying bills…if it has a deadline I am the worst! If I have to interact with others…forget it, it may never ever get done.

I am a classic avoider…even worse I am a diverter.

Procrastination is an old friend of mine going back to college. I could balance exercise, work, and a girlfriend, but almost didn’t graduate because of several incompletes that I had from not handing in term papers and slacking on group projects. I felt like I was “so busy”…but what could be more important than graduating?

Then there was my dream of being a writer. Every story I wrote was a third of the way done. It would perplex me that if I like writing so much and it speaks to my soul then why is it the one thing that I always put on my to do list that I can’t finish to completion…

I’d tell myself I’ll write more later, then later turned into tomorrow, and then another day, and then the next week. Month. Year. Suddenly 8 years were gone and I didn’t even think about writing anymore.

How did this happen? How did I let the one thing that I was passionate about doing get tossed to the side like it wasn’t important…Then it hit me – I am just too busy doing unimportant things. I’ve been busy with social media apps, reading books, playing video games, watching sports, and binging on Netflix.

I had become the most unproductive, productive person. I could get all my work done for my job and earn a nice check, but couldn’t save my student loan from going into collections. I could clean my house and I could knock out a few boards on my video game, but I couldn’t carve out time to start a blog or write a story. I could watch every football game on Sunday for 10 hours, but I couldn’t show up even once to go to church with my grandfather before he died.

That was my turning point…

I started trying to understand the root cause of my problem. I started to question why I am the way I am. How did procrastination entrench it’s hooks in me? Is there something wrong with my sense of drive? Am I lazy? Why do I put myself in situations where I cram things in at the last minute and stress myself out? Why can’t I motivate myself to do the things I deeply desire or I know are important?

I read blog posts, journals, and articles on will power, motivation, anxiety, and self-regulation. I spent days in the self-help section of my book store just trying to find something practical that I could apply.

I tried a litany of different approaches to be more productive and present.

“What I discovered was that I’m really good at reading about “how to fix myself”, but not actually fixing myself.”

Then I came face to face with reality…

One day my older brother asked to see me because he needed a favor. He is 10 years older than I am. He is super smart and financially he does well for himself. The problem is, like me, he doesn’t pay any of his bills on time and he was asking me to co-sign a loan because he had destroyed his credit. I remembering him saying to me…”I don’t understand how it got this bad, I feel like I always pay my bills”.

That’s when it hit me…I am only 30 years old. Looking at him is like looking at my future self.

My eureka moment when my brain connected my research with my observations.

I decided to try something new…

“A straight forward daily routine comprised of scientifically proven methods.”

I couldn’t believe it, it worked!

That week I had my most productive week at my job, I spent 2 hours every evening doing some writing, I found time to do a little exercise, I meditated for 20 minutes a day, and I even went to visit my Grandmother who hadn’t seen in over a year. All with minimal resistance from the procrastinator in me.

I had never felt this rewarded or successful in my entire life. I had never imagined I could close the gap between being a procrastinator and being an action taker.

I decided to share my new approach with a few friends, my brother, and some folks on Facebook. Everyone loved my method and reported fantastic results. I decided to publish my method and make it exclusively available to the members of Procrastination Knockout.

This method is specifically curated to help people who struggle with getting things done. Whether its completing tasks for work, putting in extra hours, starting a blog, starting a business, sticking to a workout routine, doing your homework, paying your bills, or writing a dissertation. If you have something important you have been putting off…this is for you.

What is the Procrastination Knockout Method?

The Knockout method is a unique approach to kicking procrastination’s ass once and for all. It doesn’t leave room for avoidance tactics and excuses. It doesn’t involve tricks or goal setting workshops. It doesn’t require you to read 300 pages of self help.

It’s a comprehensive guide that is specifically designed for people who procrastinate. It is based on scientifically proven methods broken into bit sized segments to help you understand the material and execute the mission.

The Knockout Method Consists of:

The daily routine that will eliminate procrastination

The step by step process for building habits that stick

The 3 most effective techniques for managing your procrastination emotions

A unique approach to increase your energy though out the day

The productivity timer technique that tripled my daily productivity

Testimonials

The Knockout Method changed my life and rescued me from myself. Following the step by step routine was easy because I didnt have to think about what task to do or how long should I work on it. I had been stagnant in my life for so long…never again!

– James R, Xbox Racing Pro

Tim’s method is practical and probably the only reason I started my dissertation. More importantly he tells you WHY and HOW the routine works. I know I will always be fighting against procrastination, but this is the most I’ve ever accomplished and it feels great.

-Bethany H, George Mason Doctoral Student

 

What Does it Cost?

Lifetime premium member ship costs just $39 and can be purchased by clicking the “Get Instant Access” button below Your membership details are then sent to your email address associated with your Paypal account. Once you log in, you are officially started on ending procrastination.

In addition you will get premium access to any future upgrades added to the guide.

Today’s discount! $39 now just $19!

 

 

3 takeaways for you if you are debating whether or not to try my method:

  1. If you’re not going to subscribe, DON’T GIVE UP there is hope for you.

  2. Its ok to try your own methods, books and guides aren’t one size fits all (including this one).

  3. Even a chronic procrastinator can still learn to take massive action.

All I want for you is the chance to see what I can do to help you take action. Not just any action…action on things that you have been putting off. It really only takes following my daily routine to put you in a motivated and productive mindset.

I dare you to be great. As soon as you are able to put one foot forward, you’ll see just how powerful and addicting taking action can be.

If you are having doubts…and thinking that because I am not a doctor or even a psych student that I don’t know my stuff, don’t mistake your experience for that of others. Most Doctors advice in self-help books, doesn’t work and that’s what’s led you here.

The question is this:

Can YOU be more productive and happy if you were to slay procrastination once and for all?

The second question is this: can my method help you?

I’m just a guy who had put off everything important my life in exchange for wasting time and I figured out EXACTLY how to change that.

All I want is for you to be motivated, productive, and to feel good about yourself and the decisions you make about how to spend your time.

Because I’ve done it.

If you are still not sure, then here is my promise. If you aren’t happy with my method, then all you need to do is reach out to me and I will give you a full refund. When its all said and done, all I want to do is create lasting change in your life and if I haven’t done that, then I don’t deserve your money.

So what’s stopping you?  Join now risk free and let me help you Knockout procrastination once and for all!

Today’s discount! $39 now just $19!

 

The Knockout method teaches you how to be productive in small steps. Even if you don’t follow the routine entirely you can still make big changes to your life and be a productive person.

– Justin B, NYU Grad Student

41 thoughts on “Procrastination Knockout Method

  • May 26, 2017 at 7:22 am
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    Great course Tim. Lots of helpful information and practical advice I can use daily. Thanks for putting this together.

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    • May 27, 2017 at 1:33 pm
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      Hi Anna,

      I am glad you feel like you got something out of it. Thanks for checking it out.

      Tim

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  • May 23, 2017 at 9:23 am
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    More reading than I anticipated, but I feel like I got a lot out of it. I will start the daily routine tomorrow and see how it goes.

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    • May 24, 2017 at 1:32 pm
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      Hi Jed,

      Excellent. Keep me posted on how it goes.

      Tim

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  • May 6, 2017 at 8:02 pm
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    Very cool method Tim. I am excited to egt started

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    • May 7, 2017 at 5:11 pm
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      Hey Keyz,

      I am excited for you. Let me know if you need any help or have questions along the way.

      Tim

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  • April 23, 2017 at 3:26 am
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    Hi Tim,

    I ordered your program about 30 minutes ago. I don’t think I received my registration email. I checked my spam folder. What should I do.

    Rita Haggen

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    • April 23, 2017 at 4:28 am
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      Hey Rita,

      Not sure what happened there, but I have sent you an email now directly for the registration page. Thanks for getting in touch with me, sorry about the technical error. If there are any other issues dont hesitate to email me back or use my contact form.

      Tim

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  • April 21, 2017 at 3:20 am
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    I’m trying to work on writing a book, but I think I do the same thing you do, put it off and stay busy on other stuff.

    Do you think your method can help me?

    –Dustin Richards

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    • April 23, 2017 at 3:23 am
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      Hi Dustin,

      Thanks for the question. I do think my method will help you. One of the things the Knockout method does best is getting you to work it in small chunks at a time. If you do a little everyday before you know it you will soon have a book. If you have any more questions please feel free to ask away.

      Regards,
      Tim

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  • April 20, 2017 at 11:12 pm
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    After reading some good reviews about your site I decided to give it a shot last week. This has helped me get my first website off the ground doing a little bit everyday. Some of your info is a bit much for my needs, but I am not a true procrastinator I don’t think, I have motivation issues. Your approach to being productive and eliminating procrastination is very unique.

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    • April 21, 2017 at 7:13 am
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      Thanks for the kind words VT. I am very happy to hear that you found the site helpful.

      Tim

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  • April 12, 2017 at 1:15 am
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    I am understanding of your story here, but not sure of what I will getting into here. Can you explain a more?

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    • April 15, 2017 at 2:24 am
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      Hi tej,

      Sure I am happy to expound. The PKO method consists of 9 parts. The first 7 parts are about helping you understand how to beat procrastination through slowly building good habits. Part 8 is the daily routine which I lay out a step by step process for to follow throughout the day. Its important that you dont just skip right to the routine because you need to understand why you are doing things. Part 9 is a list of helpful resources and apps that I have found that are great for combating procrastination.

      Does that answer help? let me know.
      Tim

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  • April 6, 2017 at 1:18 am
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    Hello Tim,

    Whoa there was WAY more material here than I thought. I am not sold that the routine is for me. Its not that I can’t do it, just not sure I want to. This is a great guide though for procrastinators though.

    Thanks for the info,
    Kenny R

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    • April 7, 2017 at 2:18 am
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      Hey Kenny,

      Thanks for trying it out. Sorry to hear its not the method for you. Hope you found value in the amount of material, but if not feel free to contact me.

      Tim

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  • March 23, 2017 at 1:24 am
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    Hi There Tim,

    Your program is very nice. I like the amount of meditation that you have built in. This is the first time in my life I have found the ability to meditate. I am only doing 10 min a day so far, but its been over a week and still going. I have habit stacked it with showering. Thanks very much.
    PeterV

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    • March 27, 2017 at 2:16 am
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      Hi Peter V,

      Great job with the habit stack. I was actually not a big believer in meditation at first, until I read about how much impact it has on chronic procrastinators. I think it gets overlooked, but the meditation component might be the most impactful. Keep me posted on your progress.

      Tim

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  • March 13, 2017 at 1:21 am
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    This was much more educational than I had imagined. I tried something similar called the bulldozer method which is similar but does not go in so much depth as this course. – Ryan

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  • March 12, 2017 at 1:39 am
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    is there more material you will add to this? videos, pdf downloadables, etc…? Thanks

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    • March 13, 2017 at 2:12 am
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      Hi Skippy,

      There is more material I am working on. Not so much to add to the length of the course, but to make it more accessible. I do intend to adapt the routine a bit more and make a version for someone who works full time and an alternate routine for a college student. I am not sure yet if I will do videos. In my heart I would like to but I am not comfortable with my voice being recorded.

      Hope that answers your questions. Feel free to ask if you have more.

      Tim

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  • March 10, 2017 at 1:11 am
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    I don’t use everything in your technique, but the concept is a Life changer if I can do it.

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  • March 5, 2017 at 2:23 am
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    what format is your tutorial, videos, PDF, text?

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    • March 6, 2017 at 9:07 pm
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      Hello JMR,

      It is in text format. I intend on adding additional formats if people show enough interest.

      Regards,
      Tim

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  • March 2, 2017 at 1:41 am
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    ummm not sure what the method is here, but ill give you a try – Sabrina

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  • February 27, 2017 at 1:35 am
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    Ive been using your method to finish my homework every night. I don’t actually follow the daily routine, just the work part of it. The routine is not practical for me cuz I am in high school. – Ant

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    • February 28, 2017 at 2:01 am
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      Hi Ant,

      Glad you found a good use for it. I hope its helping you crank out some good grades as well.

      Best of luck,
      -Tim

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  • February 17, 2017 at 2:00 am
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    Do you think your method would work on my daughter who has ADHD? Is it something I can try and help her with or do you think she would need to do this all herself?

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    • February 17, 2017 at 9:43 pm
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      Hi Libby,

      The material contains a lot of information I think that could be helpful to both you and your daughter. There is a lot of information about habit building, but I think what could be most beneficial is the information on how to create structure around productivity. Feel free to give it a go and if you feel like the material is not a good fit, then I will give you a full refund.

      Tim

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  • February 17, 2017 at 1:38 am
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    I’m a 10 year veteran of chronic procrastination. Your course is good, but its certainly not info that I haven’t ever seen before.

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    • February 21, 2017 at 1:59 am
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      Thanks for the comment. Its based on popular methods that are scientifically proven to work. I do not claim to have developed the concept of how to form habits, etc. Hopefully there is some material that you found beneficial. If not please feel free to contact me.

      Tim

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  • February 12, 2017 at 1:13 am
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    I’ve completed the course and impressed you came up with this. I’ve never come across something so comprehensive on procrastination.

    CG

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    • February 13, 2017 at 1:55 am
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      Hi Chilo,

      Happy to hear you found it helpful. I hope you can create some lasting positive change with it.

      Tim

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  • February 7, 2017 at 1:19 am
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    Thanks for the guide. Very helpful.

    Viv.

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    • February 9, 2017 at 1:52 am
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      Hi Viv,

      I am glad to here you found the material helpful.

      Best,
      Tim

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  • February 3, 2017 at 1:32 am
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    I have used your method for almost 2 months now and I felt compelled to come leave you an appropriate comment.

    I follow your process to the letter everyday, I do not even think about it. While sometimes I feel like I am going through the motions its unbelievable how productive I have become. Its getting to the point now that I am starting to feel like I have fundamentally changed. I don’t even want to go back to the unproductive person I was before.

    I struggled the first few days following the routine as I tried adapting it to my job as a policy editor. Once I felt like I owned the idea of eliminating decisions I started to really grasp the power of your method.

    Thanks for your hard work

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    • February 4, 2017 at 1:50 am
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      Josh,

      I am thrilled to hear that its working out well for you. The daily routine can be a bit of a grind when you are going from zero to hero. Most people need to ease in slowly, but it sounds like you jumped in feet first and are getting results. Thank you for leaving such a thorough comment. I wish you the best success with your work.

      Tim

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  • February 1, 2017 at 10:53 pm
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    Quick review. This is a guide/course for someone who truly desires to fix their issues with procrastination. My wife and I run a small camera shop and we are both full fledge procrastinators. Your routine has been helping us do things more consistently and put in the extra time on the things we need to do to grow our business. I’m very grateful we stumbled upon your site.

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    • February 2, 2017 at 9:12 am
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      Hi Zoom Click,

      So happy to hear that you found it helpful. Thanks for your kind words.

      Tim

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  • January 29, 2017 at 1:43 am
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    PKO for life 🙂 Don’t love all the routine (just not for me), but overall concept is effective.

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    • February 2, 2017 at 1:47 am
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      Glad you are a PKO fan and happy to hear there was things you could take away from the material.

      Keep up the motivation and go kick procrastinations ass,
      Tim

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