Does procrastination keep you from doing what you really want to get done?
Does it seem that what you were once able accomplish now seems like a huge struggle?
You are NOT alone! Our current technology makes getting things done very different from how things worked when we were growing up. Add kids to the mix and we all find ourselves wondering how anything gets done!
Listen as Kathi and Erin ask author, Glynnis Whitwer, questions about her book Taming the To-Do List: How to Choose Your Best Work Every Day.
WIN A COPY OF Taming the To-Do List: How to Choose Your Best Work Every Day!! Post in the comments a question about Christmas and give an example of something that overwhelms you so Glynnis, Kathi, and Erin can help break it down for you. The winner will receive a copy of the book and have their question answered on a follow-up podcast episode about taming the holiday to-do list!
No matter how hard women work or how much they accomplish in a day, there’s lingering anxiety and guilt over what they didn’t do. We just wish the world would stop for a day so we could catch up.
Glynnis Whitwer has identified what makes us feel so overburdened–and it’s probably not what you think. Taming the To-Do List exposes a seismic shift in our society: from one in which most of us were proactive toward one where we now carry the burden of having to respond–to every email, text, tweet, and message we receive. This major shift creates a cycle where everyone else sets the priorities for our days, rather than us designing our own lives.
Taming the To-Do List addresses this significant change in how we manage our time and the issue of procrastination from a woman’s point of view. It addresses the common household tasks many women put off, like doing housework and scheduling doctor’s appointments, and moves on to the larger, more life-impacting delays of dreams and goals. Combining practical, easy-to-apply advice with solid research and biblical truth, this book is a compassionate yet challenging message of hope for those struggling to choose their best work over busy work.