Work Less, Achieve More

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Headline, Sep 3, 2009 - Business & Economics - 300 pages
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For many people, a successful work/life balance is frustratingly elusive. Monday mornings fill us with dread, as we face increasingly long hours, constant stress, and the struggle to maintain a decent quality of life. Work/life balance is typically seen as a time-management issue, but that's not it. Working harder in the little time you have won't help. What's needed is a change of attitude and approach, where you can stop tearing your hair out, and go home feeling happy, confident and stress-free. In the process, you will become much more productive, relaxed and an asset to your business. WORK LESS, ACHIEVE MORE shows you how.For many people, a successful work/life balance is frustratingly elusive. Monday mornings fill us with dread, as we face increasingly long hours, constant stress, and the struggle to maintain a decent quality of life. Work/life balance is typically seen as a time-management issue, but that's not it. Working harder in the little time you have won't help. What's needed is a change of attitude and approach, where you can stop tearing your hair out, and go home feeling happy, confident and stress-free. In the process, you will become much more productive, relaxed and an asset to your business. WORK LESS, ACHIEVE MORE shows you how.

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Fergus O'Connell is one of the world's leading authorities on project management and getting things done in the shortest time possible. The Sunday Business Post described him as having 'more strings to his bow than a Stradivarius'. In 1992, Fergus founded ETP (www.etpint.com), which is now one of the world's leading programme and project management companies. His 'Ten Steps' model was used to plan and execute the Special Olympics World Games in 2003. Fergus has taught project management in Europe, North America, South America, the Far East and Australia.

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