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0 out of 50 out of 50 out of 50 out of 50 out of 5 0.00 (0 ratings) (rate this audio book) Author: Made for Success Narrator: Jeff Davidson Publisher: Made for Success Format: Other Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Related: Made for Success Release Date: October 2011 ISBN: 9781470805333
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Does it seem as if your days are racing by? No matter what you do, does it seem that time is speeding up? If so, you’re part of a huge number of career professionals who inadvertently are undertaking many of the same practices and behaviors that contribute to the perception of time speeding up. In this remarkable program, author and professional speaker Jeff Davidson discusses twenty-one habits, activities, and perceptions that lead us to believe our day is racing by.

As Jeff describes each of these twenty-one areas, you’ll begin to know and understand why it’s important to avoid them. This is a program like no other. If you’ve long suspected that the perception of hours and days racing by does not have to be your fate, then you’ll want to get started right away. The twenty-one areas that Jeff discusses are arranged in six basic categories, including the unchallenged practice, problems of perspective, energy depleters, grappling with emotional poverty, and inappropriate external motivators.

Don’t let another day go racing by.

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About the Narrator

Jeff Davidson, the Work-Life Balance Expert®, has written fifty-six mainstream books, is a preeminent authority on time management, and is an electrifying professional speaker, making nearly eight hundred presentations since 1985 to clients such as Kaiser Permanente, IBM, American Express, Worthington Steel, and the World Bank. He has been widely quoted in the New York Times, USA TodayWashington PostLos Angeles Times, and Christian Science Monitor.