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Waiting for Jack: Stop Waiting and Start Living Your Life

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Former “Self Help Junkie” Kristen Moeller talks about procrastination and addiction when appearing on Internet radio’s Full Power Living, tomorrow, Thursday, December 1, 2011. Her book, Waiting for Jack: Confessions of a Self-Help Junkie, is the basis for a discussion on How to Stop Waiting and Start Living Your Life. (9 a.m. PT Full Power Living or iTunes subscription) Toll-free call-in is also available over 800-630-7858.

According to an August 2003 article by Psychology Today editor Hara Marano, “Twenty percent of people identify themselves as chronic procrastinators. For them procrastination is a lifestyle, albeit a maladaptive one. And it cuts across all domains of their life. They don't pay bills on time. They miss opportunities for buying tickets to concerts. They don't cash gift certificates or checks. They file income tax returns late. They leave their Christmas shopping until Christmas eve. It’s not trivial….."

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Kristen Moeller first dealt with her own serious eating disorder, and addiction to drugs and alcohol as a young adult. Then, she discovered her passion for personal development, which led her to realize she had transferred her addictions to the ‘Self-Help’ world. In her bestselling book, Waiting for Jack; Confessions of a Self-Help Junkie, Moeller offers a heartfelt, inspiring message to “disrupt the ordinary and create the extraordinary” along with a constructive action plan for those dealing with addiction and procrastination - those waiting for their life to begin. Bestselling author, spokesperson, personal coach, national speaker and popular radio show host, Kristen Moeller, received her Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Nova Southeastern University in Florida and has been a personal development professional for over 20 years.

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