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Getting Things Done
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Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress (by David Allen)

Getting Things Done is a classic work of time management.Through Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress , we could learn the principle of “Execution, Assignment, Delay and Abandonment”.

PEAK: Secrets from the New Science of Expertise
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PEAK: Secrets from the New Science of Expertise (by Anders Ericsson)

PEAK: Secrets from the New Science of Expertise uses a lot of examples to support the author’s ideas. These examples can help us understand the author’s ideas.

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Procrastination: Why You Do It, What to Do About It Now (by Kelly McGonigal)

The Book Procrastination author provides us with a series of solutions to overcome the problem of procrastination, such as achieving goals, managing time, seeking support and dealing with pressure

The Willpower Instinct
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The Willpower Instinct (by Kelly McGonigal)

The Willpower Instinct provides readers with a clear framework of how self-control works, what self-control is, , and why self-control is important.

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Atomic Habits (by James Clear)

Atomic habits will give you with the strategies and tools that you want to change your habits and rebuild your way of thinking about progress and success.

The Power of Habit
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The Power of Habit (by Charles Duhigg)

The Power of Habit compares “habit” to a speeding train. Inertia makes people rush forward without stopping.

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The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People (by Stephen R. Covey)

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People is a book on business management written by Stephen R. Covey, which was first published in 1989.

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Mini Habits: Smaller Habits, Bigger Results (by Stephen Guise)

Micro habits are very small positive behaviors that you need to force yourself to complete every day. Micro habits are too small to fail.

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The Molecule of More (by Daniel Z. Lieberman, Michael E. Long)

The Molecule of More reveals all of the above. It all depends on dopamine, a single molecular structure in the brain. This chemical substance controls your desire, imagination

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Willpower: Rediscovering the Greatest Human Strength (by John Tierney, Roy F. Baumeister)

Willpower points out that once we have formed the right habit and found a suitable method…