When you stop trying to do so much, you get so much more done Do you put yourself under too much pressure tosucceed, which only makes it harder to achieve? Are you constantly playing catch-up and struggling to find timefor the things, and people, you love? It doesn t have to be this way. Anything is possiblewhen you stop trying to do everything at the same time. Often it s fear that keeps us stuck in our patterns. Ifwe re super busy then no one can say we re not workinghard. But there s another way to live a life that s bothmore enjoyable and more productive, if only we canbreak those routines. In "Do Less, Get More," entrepreneur and bestsellingauthor Shaa Wasmund reveals that when we embracea less is more attitude, we can appreciate all the goodthings we already have and find the courage to prune thenonessentials. And then we can find the space in whichto pursue exciting new opportunities. Wasmund teaches us how to become experts in the things we re truly passionate about, rather than mediocre jacks-of-all-trades. Her tools includeexercises like: * Escaping the when, then trap. Stop putting somethingoff because you re waiting to be ready ( I ll startmy own business when my kids are out of the house or I ll lose weight when this project is over ). Take onepractical step toward what you want right now. * Nurturing your support network: Who are the peoplewho truly support you? Prioritize those who are genuinelyon your side and practice asking for help. Focus on qualityover quantity in developing your network. * Scheduling for value: What gets put in our calendargets done. And you shouldn t only plan for workprojects: scheduling time for the people and activities you love and that give you purpose and energy is justas important. This life-changing book gives you the tools to ditchyour to-do list and follow your dreams. It will be youressential guide to doing what you love and letting goof the rest.
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