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The Joy of Missing Out by Tanya Dalton
Genre: Self-help book
Length: 240 pages
First Published: October 1, 2019
Overwhelmed. Do you wake up in the morning already feeling behind? Does the pressure of keeping it all together make you feel anxious and irritable?
Tonya Dalton, CEO and productivity expert, offers you a liberating shift in perspective: feeling overwhelmed isn’t the result of having too much to do — it’s from not knowing where to start.
Doing less might seem counterintuitive, but doing less is more productive, because you’re concentrating on the work you actually want to be doing. Through this book, you can learn how to:
- Identify what is important to you and clarify your priorities.
- Develop ways to streamline your specific workflow.
- Discover your purpose.
Named Top 10 Business Book of the Year by Fortune magazine, The Joy of Missing Out is chock-full of resources and printables. This is a legitimate action plan for change. Once you reject the pressure to do more, something amazing happens: you discover you can finally live a guilt-free, abundant life.
About Tanya Dalton
I thought those words to myself the very first day I stood in front of a classroom. I was only 22 years old, but I knew it was true. I loved teaching and watching my students flourish. I was addicted to seeing the light bulb moments in my students’ eyes when ideas clicked into place inside their heads. Visit author’s website→