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Manage Your Time to Reduce Your Stress: A Handbook for the Overworked, Overscheduled, and Overwhelmed

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 Synopsis

When you read the sub-title about being overwhelmed and over-everythinged, did you feel that this book was written especially for you? It probably was. Here’s the good news. You do not have to accept a life of forever feeling frazzled, frantic and frustrated.

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How often do you think to yourself “So much to do and so little time”? Life does not have to be a constant struggle with stress.

We often have little control over the demands made upon us, yet we can control our response. That’s where the management of stress must start.

In this book, you will find quick, simple, easy-to-follow steps that will make sense and help you take back control of your life.

This is a short, easy read that could turn your whole world around. Do yourself a favor and read this book
Your book Manage Your Time To Reduce Your Stress --- just like The Procrastinator's Handbook --- came to me during one of the roughest periods of my life when I needed it the most. And both times, your books saved me. Without your recent book, I don't think I would have been able to calm down and settle my thoughts amidst all the chaos of moving from San Francisco to Tokyo. Especially considering that I ended up with jury duty in the midst of it all! But I did have your book, and I was able to manage my time to reduce my stress, just like you said I could. Watch me Rita, I'm going to work your techniques and make you proud!

 Author

Rita, who was born the world's greatest procrastinator, has converted and is now a Recovering Procrastinator. For example, she took 18 years to complete her four-year bachelor's degree, but three years later Rita earned her Master's degree in Adult Learning while raising children, working at a counseling agency, and building her speaking business. Rita is a proud member of the Irish American Heritage Center in Chicago.  A few other things to know about Rita. She:
    •    has been presenting Keynotes and Seminars to businesses and organizations since 1978.
    •    has taught each of her topics as an eight-week course at Triton and Chicago City Colleges (was adjunct faculty at both for over 15 years), which gives her an enormous amount of material to select from when she customizes a talk for your people.
    •    was published in the Great Speakers Anthology in 1995, and has had dozens of articles published in magazines and newspapers.  
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    •    received the Business and Professional Women's "Woman of Achievement" award.
    •    worked 19 years at a counseling agency (she would like you to believe she started at age 10).
    •    every year is included in the Who's Who In American Education (since 1992), as well as Who's Who in America, Who's Who in the Midwest, The World Wide Who's Who of Women, and Who's Who of American Women.
    •    was the Keynote Speaker at the Governor's Mansion in Springfield, Illinois.
    •    serves on the Professional Women's Advisory Board of the American Biographical Institute.

Reviews

This is a short, easy read that could turn your whole world around. Do yourself a favor and read this book
Your book Manage Your Time To Reduce Your Stress --- just like The Procrastinator's Handbook --- came to me during one of the roughest periods of my life when I needed it the most. And both times, your books saved me. Without your recent book, I don't think I would have been able to calm down and settle my thoughts amidst all the chaos of moving from San Francisco to Tokyo. Especially considering that I ended up with jury duty in the midst of it all! But I did have your book, and I was able to manage my time to reduce my stress, just like you said I could. Watch me Rita, I'm going to work your techniques and make you proud!
--- Raiman Au, Japan

A buoy for those drowning from too much to do, but not enough time in which to do it, Emmett (The Clutter-Busting Handbook) focuses on developing self-care and time management skills. Warning that people should don their own oxygen mask before assisting others, the author argues persuasively for taking responsibility for one’s own needs and happiness. A mantra of excellence over perfectionism drives many of the book’s lessons, and work sheets and the author’s fresh voice make this slender volume a quick and thoughtful read.
11/17 issue of Publishers Weekly

If you feel frazzled, frantic or frustrated, this is an excellent book to help you turn your life around so you can start finding joy in every moment.
Barbara De Angelis, PhD
#1 NY Times Bestselling Author
How Did I Get Here?

For those of us whose lives are surrounded by piles, dozens of “to-do” lists, and constant feelings of being behind, this book is a godsend! Rita uses practical tips, real life stories, and her own delightful humor to assuage our guilt and help us take back control of our lives. As a recovering perfectionist, Manage Your Time helped me let go of stress and rediscover the JOY in my life.
Barbara Glanz, Author of “The Simple Truths of Appreciation,” “The Simple Truths of Service,” and “CARE Packages for the Workplace”

You don’t have to resign yourself to a life frazzled with stress just because you are a highly productive go-getter. Rita Emmett will help you learn how to hit deadlines and Achieve goals while actually having a life.
Marty Edelston
President & Founder of Boardroom, Inc.