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What to Do When There’s Too Much To Do

By Stephen Tweed

Is overwork slowly killing you, emotionally, physically, or spiritually? It doesn’t have to! Help is on the way.

My friend, Laura Stack’s newest productivity book, What to Do When There’s Too Much to Do: Reduce Tasks, Increase Results, and Save 90 Minutes a Day, is in bookstores now. Laura has created the first-ever “Work Less, More Success” guide to time management! Instead of “do more with less,” her newest productivity handbook shows you how to “do less to achieve more.” Simply stated, the central message is “It’s better to do less, not more, so you can do better, more focused work.” 

This message really resonates with home health agency leaders who are overworked, overstressed, and over-committed.  You know from reading our newsletters for years that my theme is focus, focus, focus.  You get more results with less effort when you focus. 
Laura Stack knows your to-do list is already packed to capacity, so her new book lays out a system to let you work less and achieve more. Following the PWF, you’ll organize your life around the tasks that really matter and – this is crucial – let go of those that don’t. Dozens of practical strategies will help you reduce your commitments, distractions, interruptions, and inefficiencies. You’ll shrink your to-do list and save time – around ninety minutes a day – while skyrocketing your results and maintaining your sanity. I highly recommend her unique approach to workflow.
Do yourself and your leadership team a favor and click on the link and order a copy of  What to Do When There’s Too Much to Do: Reduce Tasks, Increase Results, and Save 90 Minutes a Day today!
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