Break Your Busy - Set Your Creativity Free : A Disruptively Simple Approach to Better Life and Time Management. Stop Procrastination, Be More Effective. by Richard Conner

Break Your Busy - Set Your Creativity Free : A Disruptively Simple Approach to Better Life and Time Management. Stop Procrastination, Be More Effective.

By Richard Conner

  • Release Date: 2016-08-28
  • Genre: Management & Leadership
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'Change now. Unlock your time and creativity. We feel an inexplicable urgency to do more. We continually strive to be ever more efficient regardless of how effective this never-ending work we incessantly keep doing actually is.'

We keep calling for better life and time management techniques to help reduce stress and overcome overwhelm so that we can continue to be yet more productive. Despite our best efforts these surface level solutions only provide temporary relief from the persistent undesirable symptoms of the High Definition Life context we are living. 


They do not and cannot address the deeper seated source of our mutual discord. They ignore the underlying cause of inner conflict that drives this incessant cycle of work for work’s sake. To solely use time management, motivation and anti-procrastination techniques to help you feel better, less stressed and more purposeful is like trying to keep the rain off with a sieve during a thunderstorm. You will get soaked and your life will still be riddled with Busy Work.

When fully connected to your creativity, in whatever form, there is no need for the sticking plaster of better time management. Your Real Work of the moment will be known to you. Resolving never-ending priority conflicts, being pulled from pillar to post, overworked and underpaid will become things of the past.

With this book, you’ll be able to quickly identify what Busy Work is for you and start using simple strategies to eliminate it from your life. When the dust settles you will find yourself doing what you want instead of trying to force yourself to do the things you don’t. You will feel more purposeful, fulfilled, happier and more in tune with your creativity and be willing to take action to bring it to life in the world, either at home, in your relationships, at work or in your business.

Prior to recognizing the difference between Busy Work and Real Work I was disillusioned and unfulfilled with no hope of turning my ideas into reality. When I finally understood how to tell them apart I was rewarded with more time and energy with which to implement necessary changes in my life. The result? I was prepared for and available to my neglected creativity. All of a sudden my abandoned and stalled plans were set in motion again and personal success goals reached through consistent uninhibited action. Break Your Busy and yours can be too!

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This book is about 16,800 words.

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