Too Busy for Your Own Good: Get More Done in Less Time-With Even More Energy: Get More Done in Less Time-With Even More Energy by Connie Merritt

Too Busy for Your Own Good: Get More Done in Less Time-With Even More Energy: Get More Done in Less…

byConnie Merritt

Paperback | June 23, 2009

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The busy women’s guide to managing theirtime and simplifying their lives—with lessstress and more excitement
For the woman who has everything except the time to do anything comes this empowering handbook of proven techniques for reducing the busy-ness levels in our crazy, hectic lives. Written by a recovered Superwoman who tried to do it all, the book shows you how to prioritize, how to say no, how to deal with difficult people, and how to get more done in less time without multi-tasking. Best of all, it teaches you to relax and enjoy the things that really matter and become reenergized and excited about life!

About The Author

Connie Merritt is an expert at guiding people toward improving their lives, having helped more than one million people make their lives simpler and more fun. She's been featured in Cosmopolitan and Men's Health and is a highly sought-after keynote speaker, appearing at more than thirty conferences a year.

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Title:Too Busy for Your Own Good: Get More Done in Less Time-With Even More Energy: Get More Done in Less…Format:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 8.3 × 5.5 × 0.66 inPublished:June 23, 2009Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0071612866

ISBN - 13:9780071612869

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Table of Contents

Part I: Busy As a Status Symbol
Chapter 1Are You Busy Over Your Head?
Chapter 2Breaking the Busyness Myth
Chapter 3Busy at Work - Strategies for working smarter, not harder
Part II: Work is Great (Except for the People)
Chapter 4: Dissecting Disharmony - Tame the Lions in Your Life
Chapter 5: People Extinguishing Your Spark
Chapter 6: The proper care and feeding of co-workers and bosses
Part III: Stress and the City (or Country)
Chapter 7: Stress - Good News or Bad?
Chapter 8:Getting De-Stressed at Work
Chapter 9:Running Two Countries - Getting De-Stressed at Home
Part IV: Putting Balance Back into Your Life
Chapter 10: What's most important to you?
Chapter 11: Tips for work
Chapter 12: Tips for Outside Work
Chapter 13:Keys to Spark Return