self-help manual is meant for the quintessential procrastinator-a
person who does not do what needs to be done. Broadly divided into
three sections, the first part, "Who You Are' outlines the
personality traits of procrastinators and examines the causes for
this attitudinal problem. The next chapter, 'What You Do"
describes the behavioral traits typical of procrastinators-their
motivation patterns, fears, etc. The last section, 'What You Can
Change' offers solutions and is aimed at making people realize that
what you can do is more important than knowing what you don't want
to do. With the help of self-assessment exercises, tables, charts
and structured text clusters, this interactive book shows, among
other things, how you can do 60 per cent of what you don't want to
do; organize your life into when-to-feel and when-to-think times and
recognise the jobs and relationships best suited to your
The Golden Path to
This book is based on St Benedict's rule, propounded 1500 years ago, to organize the monastic community. The rule provided procedures for organizational design, administration and staffing and set-ups based on this became engines of economic growth. Drawing on the wisdom inherent in this rule, this book details ways in which it can help to improve productivity and achieve success. The volume is split into 10 chapters that deal broadly with developing leadership and team spirit; keys to effective organization; art of management; ways to eliminate negativity and integrate work and spirituality.