Stop Screaming at the Microwave!: How to Connect Your Disconnected Life
You've organized, prioritized, delegated and simplified and you still don't have enough time for your family, your spouse, your friends, your boss -- much less yourself.
You're a veteran of the time management wars, fighting for the life balance ideal -- and you are losing! In this funny and fast-paced presentation you'll learn a new approach for keeping your life in balance with the Connection Solution. You will leave armed with practical, heartwarming, "works in real life" ideas that you will want to implement immmediately.
Keeping Your Life In Balance When Cloning Yourself Won't Work
The old ways of balancing our lives focused on how to do more: work harder and faster. Well, we have learned the hard way that what we have tried hasn't worked: we are busier than ever. If you feel like you can't get it all done, that there is just not enough time in your day -- well -- this is not your imagination. You have not failed in some way. There really is too much to do.
Our current strategies involve going faster and faster, but if you are going in the wrong direction, speeding up doesn't help. Our problem is not a "need for speed," but rather a "correction of direction." So short of quitting your job and running away from home, what do you do when you can't keep up?
In this humorous and idea-filled program you will come to realize that even though you will not ever ever ever again get "it" all done, there are innovative strategies that can bring harmony into your home and work life -- strategies that work equally well with both men and women. If you are black and blue from juggling it is time for the New Approach to Life Balance.
June Cleaver Never Fried Bacon in a Bill Blass Dress
Is there a lot of June Cleaver in you, yet you are frustrated because you are not exactly living the life of the Cleavers? There is help! Because we live in a very different world than June did, we face problems June never heard of. Therefore, if we are going to be successful, we must recognize that many of the rules of the past no longer apply.