Busy: How to thrive in a world of too much (Paperback)Tony Crabbe (author)
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'Life-changing' Daily Express
If you want to take control of your career - and your life - make sure you're not too busy to read this book.
Today's world is one of too much: too much work to do, too much communication, too much competition, too much uncertainty and too much information. We are striving to keep up, but inevitably we're falling behind, leaving us with a nagging sense of failure that is hard to shake off.
In Busy, Tony Crabbe debunks the myth that satisfaction at work comes from getting everything done.
Instead, he demonstrates that what will enable you to thrive is regaining a sense of mastery over your life, focusing on making an impact, engaging with loved ones and creating the momentum necessary to make changes.
'You'll want to ban "busy" from your vocabulary after reading this delightful takedown of busyness as an excuse . . . a very smart, fun and enlightening read' Success Magazine
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 255 g
Dimensions: 199 x 179 x 22 mm
You'll want to ban "busy" from your vocabulary after reading this delightful takedown of busyness as an excuse . . . a very smart, fun and enlightening read * Success Magazine *
A life- changing book which reassess what you are doing, why you are doing it and in what way * Carole Anne Rice, Daily Express *
An amicably accessible blueprint for escaping a state of extreme activity . . . for anyone juggling an ever-expanding schedule in or outside the corporate world, this book might be worth fitting in * Publishers Weekly *
Practical, concise and accessible, Busy is a book well worth making time for * Shelf Awareness *
Sound advice, well worth consideration and action * Booklist *
This book is the medicine we have been looking for to become healthier, happier and successful human beings. It is packed with great ideas built on cutting-edge research and best practices. Interesting stories and wonderful practical strategies help the reader to be able to truly thrive in today's busy world. This is the best book I have read in the past 10 years * Professor Michael Marquardt, George Washington University, President of the World Institute of Action Learning *