Rita Emmett

 Manage Your Time to
Reduce Your Stress

Manage Your Time to Reduce Your Stress:
A Handbook for the Overworked, Overscheduled, and Overwhelmed

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When you read the sub-title about being overwhelmed and over-everythinged, did you feel that this book was written especially for you? It probably was. Here’s the good news. You do not have to accept a life of forever feeling frazzled, frantic and frustrated.

How often do you think to yourself “So much to do and so little time”? Life does not have to be a constant struggle with stress.

We often have little control over the demands made upon us, yet we can control our response. That’s where the management of stress must start.

In this book, you will find quick, simple, easy-to-follow steps that will make sense and help you take back control of your life.

This is a short, easy read that could turn your whole world around. Do yourself a favor and read this book.
 


 

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Manage Your Time to Reduce Your Stress:
A Handbook for the Overworked, Overscheduled, and Overwhelmed
(Walker & Co. 2008)
 


Endorsements

Your book Manage Your Time To Reduce Your Stress --- just like The Procrastinator's Handbook --- came to me during one of the roughest periods of my life when I needed it the most. And both times, your books saved me. Without your recent book, I don't think I would have been able to calm down and settle my thoughts amidst all the chaos of moving from San Francisco to Tokyo. Especially considering that I ended up with jury duty in the midst of it all! But I did have your book, and I was able to manage my time to reduce my stress, just like you said I could. Watch me Rita, I'm going to work your techniques and make you proud!
--- Raiman Au, Japan

A buoy for those drowning from too much to do, but not enough time in which to do it, Emmett (The Clutter-Busting Handbook) focuses on developing self-care and time management skills. Warning that people should don their own oxygen mask before assisting others, the author argues persuasively for taking responsibility for one’s own needs and happiness. A mantra of excellence over perfectionism drives many of the book’s lessons, and work sheets and the author’s fresh voice make this slender volume a quick and thoughtful read.
11/17 issue of Publishers Weekly

If you feel frazzled, frantic or frustrated, this is an excellent book to help you turn your life around so you can start finding joy in every moment.
Barbara De Angelis, PhD
#1 NY Times Bestselling Author
How Did I Get Here?


For those of us whose lives are surrounded by piles, dozens of “to-do” lists, and constant feelings of being behind, this book is a godsend! Rita uses practical tips, real life stories, and her own delightful humor to assuage our guilt and help us take back control of our lives. As a recovering perfectionist, Manage Your Time helped me let go of stress and rediscover the JOY in my life.
Barbara Glanz, Author of “The Simple Truths of Appreciation,” “The Simple Truths of Service,” and “CARE Packages for the Workplace

You don’t have to resign yourself to a life frazzled with stress just because you are a highly productive go-getter. Rita Emmett will help you learn how to hit deadlines and Achieve goals while actually having a life.
Marty Edelston
President & Founder of Boardroom, Inc.

“A mantra of excellence over perfectionism drives many of the book’s lessons, and work sheets and the author’s fresh voice make this slender volume a quick and thoughtful read.”
 —Publishers Weekly

“In her new book, Manage Your Time to Reduce Your Stress, author Rita Emmett names time as our biggest
tormentor and ‘busyness’ our great curse. ‘Time management doesn’t mean running around like a nut doing 20 things at once,’ she writes. ‘True time management means actually spending as much of your time as you can doing those things you want to do.’ She acknowledges that we need to make time for gainful employment but advocates giving equal priority to such things as family, good books, ice skating, and lazy Sundays.”
Body+Soul magazine

Manage Your Time to Reduce Your Stress by Rita Emmett, and change your life
St. Paul Books Examiner Julia Parent


This may be shocking, but people are not supposed to be stressed all the time. In this handbook, the author gives tips on how to stop feeling overworked, overscheduled, and overwhelmed. Stress is inevitable, but most of it is self-inflicted. Instead of dreading all the things we have to do in a day, we can enjoy every minute of it. One of the ways she suggests to do this, is to think about what you'd like your life to be like in ten years. Make a things "To-Do List" and a things "Not-To-Do List" to get there. Then, start taking baby steps. You may need to go out of your comfort zone by saying no, delegating work, setting boundaries, and giving yourself pats on the back. But, the commitment to yourself will be worth it. Once you start freeing up more time to do what you enjoy, you'll start feeling happier and healthier. To request this nonfiction book from a Ramsey County Library, go to http://aquabrowser.rclreads.org  To visit the publisher, go to http://www.walkerbooks.com To learn more about the author, go to http://www.RitaEmmett.com

INSIDE THE WRITER’S CAFÉ WITH THE DALLAS BOOK DIVA, CHERYL NASON

MANAGE YOUR TIME TO REDUCE YOUR STRESS: A Handbook For The Overworked, Overscheduled, and Overwhelmed
by Rita Emmett


This book has eight chapters of no-nonsense advice, strategies and goal setting. I like it because it is simple to read and practical to use.

Stress is in the mind of each one of us. It is not a single event or situation, but how we interpret the event or the situation. An event that is stress producing for you, may be enjoyable for me. It's all a matter of how you look at it.

Emmett includes the following three questions we should ask ourselves regularly, just to take our stress temperature:
1. Do I work long hours because I'm passionate about my work or because I am afraid not to?
2. Right now, is my work exhausting or exhilarating?
3. Do I have some source of joy in my life?

"Burnout often happens when your stress, work, or frustration is greater than the reward, success, or appreciation you receive." Emmett says.
This book is filled with ideas that work, that's why I like it. What do you think?
To hear my interview ,with Rita Emmett on INSIDE THE WRITER'S CAFE broadcast by webtalkradio.net, click on this link. Also all shows are available as a free download from I-Tunes.
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