Still Procrastinating: The No Regrets Guide to Getting It Done
by Joseph Ferrari
I read this book during a weekend time-wasting binge. As an academic, I liked the vast empirical literature that Dr. Ferrari cites (he's probably the most published procrastination researcher in the field). However, from a self-help perspective, the book doesn't cut it. His approach is to convince you, the reader, that procrastination is bad, harmful, and self-defeating. He makes the case strongly. Unfortunately, we chronic procrastinators already know this. DUHHHH. That's why we're here. We know we SHOULDN'T procrastinate, we just CAN'T stop.
In short, this book has little self-help value (IMHO).