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Publisher's Summary

Juggling Elephants tells a simple but profound story about a universal problem - too much to do, too many priorities, too much stress, too little time. If your life has gotten as crazy as a three-ring circus, this book will really help you get your priorities straight.

©2007 Jones Loflin (P)2017 Penguin Audio

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I don't recommend the audio version

i'm sorry Audible! I've been such a loyal fan of audiobooks for such a long time that to recommend the paper version over the audio seems to violate some level of trust on my part. While I feel that this book is definitely worth the listen, if you have a few hours to read it, if it would even take normal people that long, I would recommend reading it instead. It occurs to me after the fact that maybe the Saturday morning kids show type dialogue and voice inflection was purposeful, possibly intended to coincide with the circus themed title and premise? It had no such positive effect with me. I do my sincere best not to take myself too seriously, but it was a struggle to look past these base level irritations and gain the intended knowledge, which we have been using practically in a training I've been doing this last year, and which I do believe has value. that said, swim at your own risk. Read on!