Getting Out From Under: Redefining Your Priorities In An Overwhelming World

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Da Capo Press, Apr 7, 2000 - Business & Economics - 192 pages
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"I should read more, I should work out three times a week, I should be able to see my child's soccer games, I should be able to do it all." Sound familiar? With a growing list of priorities to shuffle in an inflexibly short time frame and burgeoning affliction of guilt and disappointment at not being able to handle everything perfectly, Americans are longing for a prescription for relieving the pressures of an overwhelming world.Stephanie Winston, master of home and office efficiency, has devised such a plan. Getting Out from Under will help you create an oasis of time and space in which to take a longer, more discerning look at the cross-purposes at work in your over-extended life. Whether Stephanie Winston helps you create a little breathing room in your hectic day or galvanizes you to start to make wholesale lifestyle changes, the advice, encouragement, and strategies she shares in Getting Out from Under will no doubt help you balance the pressures of an overwhelming world.

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Stephanie Winston is the author of the New York Times bestseller, Getting Organized, Stephanie Winston's Best Organizing Tips, and The Organized Executive, a highly acclaimed business guide to organization and time management. The founder and director of The Organizing Principle, a time management consulting firm, she lives in New York City.

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