What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast

And Two Other Short Guides to Achieving More at Work and at Home

What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast

Combing her three popular mini e-books into one comprehensive guide, the author of 168 Hours and All the Money in the World helps readers build habits that lead to happier, more productive lives, despite external pressures. Original.

Summary of What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast by Laura Vanderkam - and Two Other Short Guides to Achieving More at Work and Home

Summary of What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast by Laura Vanderkam - and Two Other Short Guides to Achieving More at Work and Home

What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast And Two Other Short Guides to Achieving More at Work and Home By Laura Vanderkam.ABOUT THE ORIGINAL BOOK: Whаt the Mоѕt Successful Pеорlе Dо Bеfоrе Breakfast (2013) іѕ a guіdе tо thе early hоurѕ. Pасkеd wіth uѕеful tірѕ drаwn from thе lives of today's highfliers, іt lays out аn асtіоnаblе plan that'll help уоu dеѕіgn and іmрlеmеnt your реrfесt morning routine. Dо thаt, and уоu'll fіnd time fоr thе thіngѕ thаt mаttеr mоѕt tо you. Evеn bеttеr - оnсе you've mаѕtеrеd a few tіmе-mаnаgеmеnt ѕkіllѕ and rеvоlutіоnіzеd уоur mornings, уоu'll be ѕеt to bооѕt your wоrk реrfоrmаnсе and gеt the mоѕt оut оf уоur weekends. ABOUT THЕ AUTHОR: Laura Vаndеrkаm, an American blоggеr аnd рublіс speaker, wrіtеѕ аbоut productivity and tіmе mаnаgеmеnt. A rеgulаr соntrіbutоr tо thе New York Times аnd thе Wall Street Jоurnаl, ѕhе іѕ аlѕо thе соhоѕt of thе роdсаѕt Bеѕt оf Both Wоrldѕ. Hеr other books іnсludе 168 Hоurѕ and I Knоw Hоw Shе Dоеѕ It.Disclaimer: This bооk іѕ nоt mеаnt tо rерlасе thе оrіgіnаl bооk but tо ѕеrvе аѕ a companion tо іt.

I Know How She Does It

How Successful Women Make the Most of Their Time

I Know How She Does It

Everyone has an opinion, anecdote, or horror story about women and work. Now the acclaimed author of What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast shows how real working women with families are actually making the most of their time. “Having it all” has become the subject of countless books, articles, debates, and social media commentary, with passions running high in all directions. Many now believe this to be gospel truth: Any woman who wants to advance in a challenging career has to make huge sacrifices. She’s unlikely to have a happy marriage, quality time with her kids (assuming she can have kids at all), a social life, hobbies, or even a decent night’s sleep. But what if balancing work and family is actually not as hard as it’s made out to be? What if all those tragic anecdotes ignore the women who quietly but consistently do just fine with the juggle? Instead of relying on scattered stories, time management expert Laura Vanderkam set out to add hard data to the debate. She collected hour-by-hour time logs from 1,001 days in the lives of women who make at least $100,000 a year. And she found some surprising patterns in how these women spend the 168 hours that every one of us has each week. Overall, these women worked less and slept more than they assumed they did before they started tracking their time. They went jogging or to the gym, played with their children, scheduled date nights with their significant others, and had lunches with friends. They made time for the things that gave them pleasure and meaning, fitting the pieces together like tiles in a mosaic—without adhering to overly rigid schedules that would eliminate flexibility and spontaneity. Vanderkam shares specific strategies that her subjects use to make time for the things that really matter to them. For instance, they . . . * Work split shifts (such as seven hours at work, four off, then another two at night from home). This allows them to see their kids without falling behind professionally. * Get creative about what counts as quality family time. Breakfasts together and morning story time count as much as daily family dinners, and they’re often easier to manage. * Take it easy on the housework. You can free up a lot of time by embracing the philosophy of “good enough” and getting help from other members of your household (or a cleaning service). * Guard their leisure time. Full weekend getaways may be rare, but many satisfying hobbies can be done in small bursts of time. An hour of crafting feels better than an hour of reality TV. With examples from hundreds of real women, Vanderkam proves that you don’t have to give up on the things you really want. I Know How She Does It will inspire you to build a life that works, one hour at a time.

Strut

How to Kick Financial ASSets in Sexy Shoes

Strut

WHOEVER SAID MONEY CAN'T BUY HAPPINESS DIDN'T HAVE A BIG ENOUGH SHOE CLOSET! Do you feel torn between buying that new pair of shoes or saving money for your future? Does the stress of thinking about your money situation drive you straight into the arms of your favorite store for some retail therapy? What if there was a way to fund your dreams, that doesn't require restricting yourself from the things you love? If your heart and wallet are screaming "YES!," then this book is for you. The Strut approach to money gives women the ultimate roadmap to having it all. Lisa Elle is a smart, funny & stylish financial advisor. She coaches women who have shopping disorders of the overspending kind, who still want to live a life of balance. Let's not kid ourselves, shoes are as important, as living in financial bliss. Strut: How to Kick Financial ASSets in Sexy Shoes is a comprehensive guide for women who want to have it all, and believe they can. No matter where you are on your financial journey, Lisa's enthusiasm and insight will give you the clarity, confidence and courage you need to kick ASSets so you can fund your dreams. Strut unites women everywhere who want to stand up, become financially confident and strut their stuff....

Electronic Resources Librarianship

A Practical Guide for Librarians

Electronic Resources Librarianship

Electronic Resources Librarianship is a guide that will steer librarians through the intricacies of the daily e-resource grind while giving them the tools to handle even the most complex challenges. The book discusses project planning in an environment of continuous change, as well as advice on passing newly acquired e-resource knowledge to others.

Professional Well-Being

Enhancing Wellness Among Psychiatrists, Psychologists, and Mental Health Clinicians

Professional Well-Being

This book advocates for a new culture -- one that is supportive of the health and well-being of health professionals to the benefit of the patients and populations they serve. A variety of case examples, vignettes, and illustrations serve not only to frame the scope of the challenges clinicians face but also to inspire readers to apply key concepts to their own situations. The inclusion of "positive practices," discussion questions, and written exercises also help readers to engage with the material and integrate what they have learned into their practice.

What the Most Successful People Do at Work

A Short Guide to Making Over Your Career (A Penguin Special from Portfolio)

What the Most Successful People Do at Work

The third mini-ebook by the acclaimed author of What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast reveals how a few simple changes can make you more productive and fulfilled in your career. In her bestselling mini-ebook What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast, Laura Vanderkam showed us how to take advantage of our often ignored morning hours to achieve our dreams. Then in the sequel, What the Most Successful People Do on the Weekend, she revealed why the key to a better week is a better weekend. Now, in the third mini-ebook of this trilogy, What the Most Successful People Do at Work, Vanderkam shows us how to ignite our careers by taking control of our work days. For many of us the typical workday makes us feel like hamsters on the proverbial wheel. Plagued by crises and distractions, we work hard all day. But when we go home we’re not much closer to reaching our goals. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Vanderkam shows how successful people employ certain daily practices to make sure their work hours are invested, not squandered. Drawing on research and interviews with people as varied as children’s book illustrator LeUyen Pham, productivity guru David Allen, fitness personality Chalene Johnson, and former race car driver Sarah Fisher, Vanderkam shows how to take control of your career by taking control of your 9-to-5.

The British Architect

A Journal of Architecture and the Accessory Arts

The British Architect