Everyone gets 168 hours a week, but it never feels like enough, does it? Work gobbles up the lion's share--many professionals are working as much as 70 hours a week--leaving less and less for rest, exercise, family, and friends. You know, all those things that make life great.
Most people think productivity is about finding or saving time. But it's not. It's about making our time work for us. Just imagine having free time again. It's not a pipe dream.
In Free to Focus, New York Times bestselling author Michael Hyatt reveals to readers nine proven ways to win at work so they are finally free to succeed at the rest of life--their health, relationships, hobbies, and more. He helps readers redefine their goals, evaluate what's working, cut out the nonessentials, focus on the most important tasks, manage their time and energy, and build momentum for a lifetime of success.
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CEO-turned-corporate-leadership-expert Michael Hyatt’s 2016 bestseller, Living Forward, outlined a plan for eliminating distractions in order to focus on your goals. Free to Focus offers step-by-step exercises to incorporate Hyatt’s ideas into our everyday work lives. We were struck not only by the book’s practical tips—automating frequently used email replies or learning how to graciously decline special projects—but also by Hyatt’s gentle, supportive tone throughout. Hyatt acknowledges that trying to change everything at once often leads to frustration and failure, so he encourages us to incorporate these new behaviors into our workflow incrementally.
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"As a Business Coach, the number one challenge my clients have is the constant tension between work and life. After reading through this book, I am impressed that it is not just another to-do list system, but rather offers practical advice from someone who has walked the talk. I recommend that you read it through once, then go through it a second time to begin implementing the system. I am excited to see the results that I and my clients will experience.