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US-based Nigerian launches book on procrastination

US-based Nigerian launches book on procrastination
December 11
13:51 2018
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Femi Omoniyi, a United States-based Nigerian and project management consultant, has authored a book  titled: “Procrastination: the Silent Killer of Dreams”.

The book was launched at Four Points by Sheraton in Houston, Texas, during the weekend.

He said the book is a product of years of research on the “thorny issue of procrastination”.

Omoniyi said it dwells on why many dreams have died as a result of the dreamer delaying in taking critical decisions and following them up.

He said procrastination remains one of the major factors suffocating dreams of an average human being.

“Procrastination, as a subject, has been defined in the past by different scholars, research fellows and professionals in practice as an act which defers an event meant to be carried now to the future without any justifiable reason,” he said.

“Therefore, it has been globally accepted over the years as a thief of time.”

He added that while procrastination could be man-made, environmental factors could not be exonerated.

“In this tangle of complexities lies the admixture that binds procrastination to failure as we struggle in the web of life with all the marshy roads, undulations, curves, bends and even dangerous straight roads, we must be mindful of this deadly scourge known as procrastination, the thief of time,” he said.

Omoniyi also announced that the book would be available in Nigeria in coming weeks.

The author graduated from the University of Ife, now Obafemi Awolowo University, in 1988, with a bachelor degree in applied science and concentration in building technology. He bagged a master’s degree in business administration in 1999 and has over 30 years experience in construction.

He currently works with TDK Construction Co, Houston, Texas, as project manager.

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