July 2012 Suggested Reading (listening)

1. What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast: A Short Guide to Making Over Your Mornings—and Life

Mornings are a madcap time for many of us. We wake up in a haze—often after hitting snooze a few times. Then we rush around to get ready and out the door so we can officially start the day. Before we know it, hours have slipped by without us accomplishing anything beyond downing a cup of coffee, dashing off a few emails, and dishing with our coworkers around the water cooler.

2. Unstuff Your Life: Kick the Clutter Habit and Completely Organize Your Life for Good

by Andrew J. MellenOne of the country’s most sought-after professional organizers here makes his foolproof rescue plan available for everyone.

Arguably the most organized man in America, Andrew J. Mellen has created unique, lasting techniques for streamlined living, bringing order out of chaos for a client list that includes attorneys, filmmakers, and even psychologists.

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3. The Three Word Truth About Love and Being Well

By: Dr. Clark Falconer

A simple book that demystifies love, happiness and being well, through a miraculous Three Word process. The reader is at first introduced to the principles behind each word and then carefully led into the process for using each word.

Daily practices and clinical examples are provided so that the reader can move through the three words to elevated consciousness, being well and deep love.

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4. Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity

by David Allen

In today’s world of exponentially increased communication and responsibility, yesterday’s methods for staying on top just don’t work. Veteran management consultant and trainer David Allen recognizes that “time management” is useless the minute your schedule is interrupted; “setting priorities” isn’t relevant when your e-mail is down; “procrastination solutions” won’t help if your goals aren’t clear.

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Erin shows overscheduled, overwhelmed women how to do less so that they can achieve more. Traditional productivity books—written by men—barely touch the tangle of cultural pressures that women feel when facing down a to-do list. How to Get Sh*t Done will teach you how to zero in on the three areas of your life where you want to excel, and then it will show you how to off-load, outsource, or just stop giving a damn about the rest.

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