How Did I Get So Busy?: The 28-Day Plan to Free Your Time, Reclaim Your Schedule, and Reconnect with What Matters Most (Paperback)
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If you can t remember the last time you had time to read,
then this book is for you.
Are you exhausted from rushing through your days in a flurry of activity, then dropping into bed only to find your mind racing ahead to the next day's to-do list? Are you constantly playing catch-up at work and at home? Would you like to have more energy and time to invest in the people, activities, and goals that hold meaning for you?
It's time to shed that burden of busyness.
Join life coach Valorie Burton on a revitalizing 28-day journey to take back your schedule, reclaim your sanity, and replenish your energy. Through her proven techniques and valuable insights, you ll discover how to carve out time for the things that reflect your highest priorities and, in the process, redesign your lifestyle to more fully express who God created you to be.
Savor a lifestyle that truly nourishes your soul.
Packed with realistic strategies for reducing stress and increasing satisfaction, "How Did I Get So Busy?" will help you trim your to-do list, drop unwanted clutter, listen for the Spirit's leading, and nourish your soul with answers to your life's most important questions.
About the Author
A bestselling author and Certified Personal and Executive Coach who has served clients in over 40 states and eight countries, Valorie Burton has written nine books on personal development, including Successful Women Think Differently and Happy Women Live Better. She is the founder of The CaPP Institute, providing tools and training that build resilience, well-being, and productivity for life and work. She has been a regular contributor on CNN, HLN, and the Today show, where she gives practical career and life advice. She has also been featured in and on The Dr. Oz Show, NPR, Oprah Radio, Ebony, Essence, "O" The Oprah Magazine, the Chicago Tribune, LA Times, and hundreds of others. Valorie's corporate clientele includes multi-million dollar businesses such as Accenture, Black Entertainment Television (BET), Deloitte, General Mills, McDonalds Corp., and many more. Join 25,000 subs