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Stress and Time Management

How to Reclaim Control and Redress Your Work-Life Balance

by Brian Lomas

Audiobook

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Time is a wasting asset because once it has been spent, it can never be retrieved. There is no such thing as a refund and the only re-runs are the ones that might be shown on the television. Everyone is under more pressure these days - the pace of life is faster and individuals are being asked to work longer hours sometimes with damaging consequences to their health and private life. Good time management is essential. This guide provides lots of tips on how to manage time, how to take stock of one's life, how to regain control of it and how to ease stress levels. The book covers: how to recognise the symptoms of stress; how to get more out of the working day and life in general, whilst managing stress levels; how to prioritize both at work and at home; how to say "no" to those requests that should be turned down; how to get others to say "yes"; and how to diffuse stressful situations.


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Publisher: Summersdale Publishers Ltd
Edition: Unabridged

OverDrive Listen audiobook

  • ISBN: 9781848390423
  • File size: 54060 KB
  • Release date: June 17, 2008
  • Duration: 01:52:24

MP3 audiobook

  • ISBN: 9781848390423
  • File size: 54060 KB
  • Release date: June 17, 2008
  • Duration: 01:52:24
  • Number of parts: 2

1 of 1 copy available

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Time is a wasting asset because once it has been spent, it can never be retrieved. There is no such thing as a refund and the only re-runs are the ones that might be shown on the television. Everyone is under more pressure these days - the pace of life is faster and individuals are being asked to work longer hours sometimes with damaging consequences to their health and private life. Good time management is essential. This guide provides lots of tips on how to manage time, how to take stock of one's life, how to regain control of it and how to ease stress levels. The book covers: how to recognise the symptoms of stress; how to get more out of the working day and life in general, whilst managing stress levels; how to prioritize both at work and at home; how to say "no" to those requests that should be turned down; how to get others to say "yes"; and how to diffuse stressful situations.


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