Item description for How Did I Get So Busy?: The 28-Day Plan to Free Your Time, Reclaim Your Schedule, and Reconnect with What Matters Most by Valorie Burton...
Overview Burtons practical 28-day plan challenges readers to cut the fat from their schedules and replace it with soul-nourishing time for the people, activities, and goals that matter most--and create a fulfilling lifestyle that reflects Gods intent for their lives.
Publishers Description If you can't remember the last time you had time to read, then this book is for you. Are you exhausted from rushing through your days in a flurry of activity, then dropping into bed only to find your mind racing ahead to the next day's to-do list? Are you constantly playing catch-up at work and at home? Would you like to have more energy and time to invest in the people, activities, and goals that hold meaning for you? It's time to shed that burden of busyness. Join life coach Valorie Burton on a revitalizing 28-day journey to take back your schedule, reclaim your sanity, and replenish your energy. Through her proven techniques and valuable insights, you'll discover how to carve out time for the things that reflect your highest priorities and, in the process, redesign your lifestyle to more fully express who God created you to be. Savor a lifestyle that truly nourishes your soul. Packed with realistic strategies for reducing stress and increasing satisfaction, "How Did I Get So Busy?" will help you trim your to-do list, drop unwanted clutter, listen for the Spirit's leading, and nourish your soul with answers to your life's most important questions.
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Studio: WaterBrook Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.96" Width: 5.26" Height: 0.69" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Dec 26, 2007
Publisher WaterBrook Press
ISBN 1400073197 ISBN13 9781400073191
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More About Valorie Burton
A bestselling author and Certified Personal and Executive Coach who has served clients in over 40 states and eight countries, Valorie Burton has written nine books on personal development, including Successful Women Think Differently and Happy Women Live Better. She is the founder of The CaPP Institute, providing tools and training that build resilience, well-being, and productivity for life and work.
She has been a regular contributor on CNN, HLN, and the Today show, where she gives practical career and life advice. She has also been featured in and on The Dr. Oz Show, NPR, Oprah Radio, Ebony, Essence, "O" The Oprah Magazine, the Chicago Tribune, LA Times, and hundreds of others. Valorie's corporate clientele includes multi-million dollar businesses such as Accenture, Black Entertainment Television (BET), Deloitte, General Mills, McDonalds Corp., and many more.
Join 25,000 subscribers to her weekly e-newsletter at www.valorieburton.com and visit her company site at www.cappinstitute.com.
Reviews - What do customers think about How Did I Get So Busy?: The 28-Day Plan to Free Your Time, Reclaim Your Schedule, and Reconnect with What Matters Most?
Good Advice Feb 19, 2008
How Did I Get So Busy?: The 28-day Plan to Free Your Time, Reclaim Your Schedule, and Reconnect with What Matters Most
I loved this book. It was easy to read and easy to apply. I went thru the 28 days and have noticed significant changes in my life already.
The voice Valorie uses in writting is not intimidating or undermining. Reading it reminded me of alot of the advice my best friend gives me only with an unbiased perspective. It also offers productive ways to put it into practice that I never thought of before. It helps cut down on the scare factor of stating an overwhelming schedule and life rehaul and breaks it down into digestable tasks and attainable goals.
I've already recommended (required) my family read it so we're all on the same page and it has greatly helped with the harmony in our house.
A Highly Effective Resource for Life Management Feb 14, 2008
I initially picked up Valorie Burton's How Did I Get So Busy? with the expectation of finding a great time management solution, but I ended up receiving so much more. If you, like me, need insights that go beyond "quick fix" tactics, and are seeking powerful solutions to help you get and keep a handle on life's numerous demands, do yourself a big favor and get this book.
It's about so much more than managing your time; it's about getting your life back. Best of all, this fun, easy-to-read, and highly effective book is like getting 28 full days of one-one-one coaching in a single resource. I highly recommended it.
Excellent Advice Feb 13, 2008
If you think you're too busy, raise your hand. I think most of us have that problem. Valorie Burton admits it's not always easy for her either. Most of the time it's like we're on a treadmill and we can't get off. The problem is we all have responsibilities we can't just walk away from. But in this book Valorie Burton has some very practical advice on how to take control of our lives, how to make clear choices, how to slow down. She shows the reader when to manage and when to delegate, and most important of all, when to let go. One thing she pointed out made me stop and think. Jesus was never in a rush. He always had time to stop and help someone, time to talk, time to teach, but he also made time to rest. Time to steal away and talk to God. A clear example for us all. After all, even God rested on the seventh day. Chockful of advice and plain practical help. Recommended
A Format Change Would Help Lots Jan 31, 2008
Relatively, I'm pretty busy myself. So when I saw Valorie Burton's book on the bookstore shelf, I told myself I just had to get a copy! And I did, after my friend asked me what I wanted for my birthday.
When I opened the first few pages, my first thought was... "Would a really busy person have the time to go through all this?"
Don't get me wrong. I found a lot to relate to even in just the first few pages. The idea of not wanting to be left behind is oh, so true! But I think the book would really help a lot of busy people if the format was restructured.
I suggest that the very first page contain the summary of the 28-day plan, outlined in very digestible snippets. A busy person would want to know, in one glance, what the next 28 days would be like.
Then, instead of having the tips and to-dos at the end of each chapter, better to place them at the beginning. That way, a really busy person would have something to chew on--as early as the first page of a chapter.
After the to-do, Burton can follow with her insightful and inspiring thoughts, for those who have the extra time.
Superb for guidance on prioritizing your life!!!!! Jan 28, 2008
Our church's women's group has just started to dive into "How Did I Get So Busy?" and we are loving it. The introduction of the book has already impacted us in such a way that I am definitely restructing areas in my life to cause me to become more intentional and purposeful in my daily activities!!! Whatever you do - don't stop reading because every day will bring about gradual to astounding results, only if you choose to be deligent in wanting to create a more calm and stress-free lifestyle. If you've been desiring a change or need a change: READ the book!!!!