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Psycho-Cybernetics by Maxwell Maltz

Not exactly a procrastination book, but it's an interesting read.   I'm still reading it but I wanted to share a story with you.

Dr. Maltz tells a story of a high school principal who took over an inner city school that was in a mess.   She said she held a picture in her mind of the way she wanted the school to be, like the cover picture on a jigsaw puzzle.   What she had was a pile of puzzle pieces.  Sometimes she would be able to pick the piece she wanted and try to make it fit into her picture.  But many times, a piece would *leap* out of the pile into her lap and sometimes it would be on fire.   But she kept the final picture in her head and tried to use those crises in a way that would lead to the final picture. 

Anyway, it looks like this book is available free on the internet from several places.   There are a lot of stories and a lot of name-dropping of famous people who used these visualization techniques and you kinda have to wade through the stories to get to the goodies but it's def worth a read!