Gain a sense of order, peace, and contentment in a crazy busy world!
You may thrive in an atmosphere of high adrenaline, high energy, and high excitement.
But if you find yourself going the next step further, when you become so busy that you're not enjoying much of anything and feeling chronically frustrated, you have what attention deficit disorder expert Edward Hallowell, M.D., calls "culturally induced ADD".
Similar to ADD, people who are crazy busy get easily distracted sidetracked, have trouble prioritizing, and tend to procrastinate. There's just too much demanding their attention - advances in technology, longer work days, escalating demands, and higher expectations at home.
However, just as ADD can be properly managed, our busy lives can be managed too. In this groundbreaking program, Success Strategies for the Crazy Busy, you'll build a manageable game plan for turning a hectic life into a fun, productive, rewarding, and satisfying life.
For example, you'll learn:
Ten key principles to managing modern life.
The six-step plan in dealing with overload.
©2006 Edward M. Halloway (P)2006 Nightingale Conant