Don't mistake being busy for being productive! Create time to read this important book and start spending your time where it counts.
Read this book and you'll get weeks of productive focus in return.
The master of getting things done.
Powerful ideas for getting out of your own way and getting on with work that really makes a difference.
If you want to get your professional life back under control, read this book.
No-nonsense ideas for protecting two of our most valuable resources: time and attention.
Smart management of time and energy - A must-read for all leaders.
Full of practical tips for employers to allow people to get on with their best work and feel great about themselves. Zena's Lawn Mower management concept reminds us that clearing the path to productivity should be the first priority of every successful manager.
Business has been too busy for too long. The Crazy Busy Cure is so welcome given the opportunities we now have to build a better working world.
This book is a must read to help busy professionals create uninterrupted blocks of time, feel in control of their day and work at their best.
As a head-hunter I assess executives on their ability to think strategically and then execute. 24/7 demands on our time means the ability to manage our focus and attention is vital. This book should be on every leader's shelf.
"Crazy good medicine" full of practical tips to cut through the constant clutter of distractions.
Organisations following Zena's steps will see a measurable step-change in those key areas that boost productivity including motivation, happiness, innovation and ultimately delivery of business outcomes.
The therapy you need to restore you to business sanity. Zena Everett does a great job scraping the new paint job off the overwhelm in our work and helps to paint a brighter, more efficient, more powerful future. Billy Joel sang that "It just may be a lunatic you're looking for," but he wasn't talking about your work. The Crazy Busy Cure will help you stay out of the asylum.
Lawyers battle with the need to track their hours whilst creating more time for what's truly important. This book enables us to work and live more efficiently, reconsidering our relationship with time.