Procrastination Pro Review
I’ve written a lot on this blog about procrastination. In fact, my last article (40 Super-Effective Ways To Stop Procrastinating) has turned out to be a runaway success … it’s resulted in a massive explosion of traffic to the blog.
Today I’m turning my attention to the topic of anti procrastination guides. I’ve reviewed Find Your Focus in the past (my favorite guide to beating procrastination) but have recently been alerted to a product called Procrastination Pro.
I’m going to rattle off this Procrastination Pro review in just 7 main points, rather than boring you with anything too long winded.
Can this newcomer kick Find Your Focus off the top spot? Keep reading my review of Procrastination Pro to find out.
1. What Is Procrastination Pro?
Procrastination Pro is a teach-yourself program that helps you overcome procrastination. It is designed to help you break free from the shackles of procrastination in 21 days or less.
It is in a similar vein to products like Find Your Focus; you get a whole bunch of training material and are guided through it, putting what you learn into practice and seeing how it affects your life.
Basically, it’s a classic self-help training course, but in digital format!
2. How Much Does It Cost?
The vendor’s “I could sell this for $500 and they’d still be knocking down my door” schpeel aside, Procrastination Pro is reasonably priced at $27 USD. For a fully-fledged training mentoring course, this is quite a fair price.
3. How Good Is The Content?
This is always the truly important question for any self-help training manual or course. The quality, relevancy, and “applicability” of the content is what really counts … because what use is spending money on a training course if it doesn’t do anything to help you?
In my humble opinion, Procrastination Pro is a fairly average product in terms of the quality of its content. The 21-day guide to beating procrastination doesn’t teach anything new that you cannot find anywhere else (such as my epic blog post about stopping procrastination) and it isn’t up to the same standard as other paid guides.
Procrastination Pro isn’t terrible by any stretch of the imagination. It’s just that it isn’t good enough to stand out from the crowd. There are so many different motivation/action-taking/procrastination products out there that are “decent” – it takes something truly awesome to stand out from the crowd.
4. Is It Well Presented/A High Quality Product?
The presentation etc is all quite decent. Obviously a lot of time has gone into the creation of Procrastination Pro, and the author deserves credit for it.
5. Will Procrastination Pro Work For Me?
One of the most common questions I receive through my contact page is whether X product or Y guide will “work for me”. I always love getting this question, because it is actually one of the hardest things to answer!
All info training products require effort from your end to be able to work. It’s a dichotomous relationship; if you read all the information in a guide like Procrastination Pro and then fail to act on any of it, then don’t be surprised when it doesn’t work.
Info training products aren’t like consumer goods … you don’t plug a power cord in and hit the “on” switch. Instead, you must make a conscious decision to take action, and put what you have learned into practice.
On this note, the training method in Procrastination Pro will definitely help you to overcome procrastination. I very much doubt you will be a totally changed person within 21 days (as promised on the box) but within those first few weeks you will notice some change.
But, as always, it depends on how much you are willing to act to see this change!
6. Are There Any Bonuses Or Extras Included?
At present you get free email support and an 8 week money-back guarantee, if you aren’t satisfied.
7. How Does It Compare To Find Your Focus?
As I mentioned at the start of this review, Find Your Focus (read my review here) is my absolute favorite guide to beating procrastination and finding your inner motivation. It’s a very slick package that features so much awesome, effective, and practicable content. Plus there is a great free introductory video that shows you the basics of the training – watch it here.
Procrastination Pro is not as good as Find Your Focus. It does have some interesting information and the concept of beating procrastination in 21 days is quite awesome (but difficult to achieve). However, Find Your Focus just “does it better”.
Let’s wrap up my review of Procrastination Pro. To cut a long story short, it isn’t a bad guide. However, it just isn’t up to the standard of the competition. Find Your Focus is a much better guide; better information, better presented, and more well-rounded.
Procrastination Pro does feature some really useful information … but as a “holistic package” it doesn’t do enough for me to recommend it over the competition.
Remember, this is just my opinion. You might buy Procrastination Pro and really like it. But I’m just trying to share my honest view with you.
Find Your Focus might be twice the price, but it represents better value. And if you are skint and need to learn how to stop procrastinating, then why not read my ultimate blog post?