Bring calm to the chaos in your life.
Whether you find yourself checked out, burnt out, or just plain freaked out; you deserve better. Psychologist Alison Hill takes you deep into the key pillars for our happiness, health and sanity to help you live a life filled with purpose and progress.
Productivity training or the latest organisational system will only take you so far. To make lasting change you need the right tools, mindset and skills. Boss of Busy helps you find the courage and optimism to live the life you crave, let go of what is holding you back and learn how to prioritise what really matters.
Originally published in 2016 as Stand Out, this book has been reviewed and redesigned to become part of the Wiley Be Your Best series - aimed at helping readers acheive professional and personal success.
Table of contents
- About the author
- Introduction:The four parts to creating a passionate life
Part I So, who is the boss?
- Chapter 1 Get clear on what matters
- Chapter 2 Know your state
Part II Step out of check out
- Chapter 3 Hit the reset button
- Chapter 4 Re-establish boundaries
- Chapter 5 Reconnect with what matters
Part III Combat burn out
- Chapter 6 Define what’s important
- Chapter 7 Design a values-aligned life
- Chapter 8 Defend the sacred
Part IV Tackle freak out
- Chapter 9 Map it
- Chapter 10 Chunk it
- Chapter 11 See it
Part V Embrace stand out
- Chapter 12 Be present
- Chapter 13 Do it your way
- Chapter 14 Gather your tribe
- Boss of busy planner
- End User License Agreement
- Title: Boss of Busy, 2nd Edition
- Release date: March 2019
- Publisher(s): Wiley
- ISBN: 9780730369592
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