I am pleased to announce the August 2020 Indie Business Book Club pick: How to Get Sh*t Done: Why Women Need to Stop Doing Everything So They Can Achieve Anything by Erin Falconer. This book was the top choice as voted by our members.
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We tend to live in a constant state of guilt. We do our best, accomplish a lot, and are still told that we need to reach for even more stars, be even more amazing, and make even more money.
This is especially difficult for women because, even though there are popular memes telling us that we “are enough,” the trust is that most of the productivity books we buy tell us we have to do more and better.
In this book, author Erin Conden offers a new approach. She says that if you zero in on the three areas of your life that matter most, to the exclusion of everything else, you can ditch perfectionism and finally start doing what really matters.
About How to Get Sh*t Done
Packed with real-life advice, honest stories, and actionable resources, How to Get Sh*t Done will help you reframe productivity so you can stop doing everything for everyone and start doing what matters most to you.
She says to focus on three areas. Is that enough? We'll find out in August.
About Erin Falconer
Erin Falconer is editor in chief and co-owner of Pick the Brain, one of the most popular and trusted self-improvement communities on the web. Pick the Brain has been named to over 100 “Best of the Web” lists, and Refinery29 named Erin one of the Top 10 Women Changing the Digital Landscape for Good.
Buy How to Get Sh*t Done
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Are you ready to find out whether focusing on three priorities is the key to increased productivity? Do you wonder if the principles shared in this book can help you ignore the constant pressure to do and be better and more?
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