Busy - "One of My Speeches Wishes Success"

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One of My Speeches Wishes Success

It's hard to ask who, 'How are you?' without hearing the word 'busy' somewhere in their answer. We felt overwhelmed by the busy demands of our time: our inbox and task list glared, a large number of people expecting things from us and our organization to try to do more with less people.

This Word of Speech has the power to change your life. I Read In this guidebook provoking this thought to the "overwhelming" world today, Tony Crabbe breaks down the myth of "busyness" and provides practical and thoughtful advice to help individuals (and their organizations) unleash their true potential.
For anyone who juggles an evolving schedule inside or outside the corporate world, this book might be a good fit. Your Weekly Publishers will want to block " @busy-org " from your vocabulary after reading Crabbe's taksedown bustle as an excuse ... Busy is a very smart, fun, and enlightening read. Success magazine.

"Busy" very clearly illustrates the challenges of working life facing most people in today's business environment. The challenges stem from the incredible amount of information, competitive priorities and the constant pressures people face in their workplace every day. As a result most people are permanently " @busy ," which can have a negative, even potentially damaging, impact on their family's health and well-being.
Tony Crabbe convincingly argues that, although traditional "time management" techniques can be useful, they do not solve the problem. The reason is that time management alone, and then partially, helps to overcome its symptoms.
Time management does not address the root causes of problems that lie in the fact that people often feel that they need to do and become everything to everyone, which is a recipe for failure. Crabbe compares people who try to do this with surfers who try to catch every wave, a strategy that must fail. Successful surfers are very selective in choosing the waves they want to capture.
Tony Crabbe argues that we have to be selective about the 'waves' we want to capture in our lives and therefore first need to reflect on who we are and make conscious decisions about what we want. Once this decision is taken, it will be clear which priority we should set and what activities we need to do to become what we aspire to be.

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As I read this I am reminded of the words your friend said during the opening speech of the Seminar In "Your work will fill most of your life, and the only way to be completely satisfied is to do what you believe to be a great job, the only way to do a great job is to love what you do.If you have not found it, keep looking.

Taking this attitude can be frightening and takes courage, which is the reason why most people choose not to do this, but rather hide behind their busy lives. The consequences of avoiding these choices may be even more frightening and potentially fatal.
Books I Read This is a well-written, entertaining, and meticulously researched book, which provides it with a very strong base. Through the lens of psychology, the theories and practices of creativity and habit formation are discussed in ways that will surely benefit the reader.

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