Have you got an itch to start your own business, go to the North Pole, retrain, lose weight, get promoted, learn to play the ukulele? Or do you just have a nagging sense that there must be more to life? If there is something you really want to do, but secretly fear you’ll never do it, then you need this. This is your kick in the pants. To make your thing happen, you have to climb into the ring. You have to face your fears and move from talking to doing.
Penguin presents the unabridged, downloadable, audiobook edition of Do Less, Get More, written and read by Sháá Wasmund. Is your life how you imagined it would be, or is the reality more stressful than you planned? Do you put yourself under too much pressure to succeed? Are you struggling to find time for the things, and people, you love? It doesn't have to be this way. Anything is possible when you stop trying to do everything at the same time.
"You Really Can DO LESS GET MORE out of life!"
Our culture has made it a badge of honor to be stressed, frazzled, running on empty - but Wasmund is on a mission to change that. Her audiobook is for everyone who runs from task to task, trying to be all things to all people, never feeling like they have the time or energy to give anything their full attention. She shows that when we embrace a less is more attitude, we can appreciate all the good things we already have and find the courage to prune the nonessentials.
The Smarta Way to Do Business is the first definitive handbook for starting a business to bring you advice from real-world entrepreneurs who've been there and done that. Packed with everything you need to know to start and run a successful business, straight from the UK's leading experts, this is the insider's guide you need to build a successful business right NOW.
Dieses Hörbuch handelt vom Machen. Davon, wie wir vom statischen in den aktiven Zustand kommen, in dem Dinge passieren, weil wir sie anstoßen. Davon, dass wir einen anderen Gang einlegen und unser Leben selbst in die Hand nehmen, statt mit dem Strom zu schwimmen. Wir leben in einer Zeit unendlicher Möglichkeiten - die Kehrseite davon ist, dass wir ziellos durchs Leben treiben. Dinge wie Shoppen, YouTube-Videos anschauen, Twittern sind lustig und okay.