How to Simplify Your Life : Seven Practical Steps to Letting Go of Your Burdens and Living a Happier Life: Seven Practical Steps to Letting Go of Your Burdens and Living a Happier Life

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McGraw Hill Professional, Mar 2, 2004 - Self-Help - 300 pages
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Practical wisdom on work, money, health, and relationships

The international bestseller How to Simplify Your Life offers concrete advice on achieving happiness in a time of economic contraction and uncertainty. The book explains, in seven steps, how to get rid of unnecessary stuff and unload the burdens of modern life--and points the way back to what we know is important but have forgotten. By following the path outlined in the book, readers will learn to organize their time (and their desks), change the way they think about money, improve their health and relationships, and find meaning in their lives.

The book shows readers how to:

  • Eliminate chaos in the workplace
  • Cut back on activities and slow down
  • Get rid of money hang-ups and get out of debt
  • Balance private life with career life
  • Make room for relationships

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Very good book to read. Easy to understand and full of new idea to be implement to your life. I think, this is one of best book i had read.

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This book is about simplifying 7 areas in your life: your things, your finance, your time, your health, your relationship, your life partner and yourself. Some practical advices here and there, but is a little too diverse to cover much depth in some areas. Read full review


Simplify Your Things
Sort Out Your Workplace
Unpile Your Office

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About the author (2004)

Tiki Kustenmacher is a Lutheran pastor, author, and seminar leader.

Lothar J. Seiwert is Europe's leading expert in time and life management. His books have been translated into 20 languages.

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