Stop Screaming at the Microwave! by Mary LoVerde audiobook

Stop Screaming at the Microwave!: How to Connect Your Disconnected Life

By Mary LoVerde
Read by Mary LoVerde

Simon & Schuster Audio
1.55 Hours Abridged
Format: Digital Download (In Stock)
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    ISBN: 9780743545433

An overflowing inbox, an overflowing sink of dirty breakfast dishes … is this what the experts mean by “having it all?” You’ve organized, prioritized, delegated, and simplified, and you still don’t have enough time for your family, your spouse, your friends, your boss—much less yourself. You’re a veteran of the time-management wars, fighting for the life balance ideal, and you’re losing. So, short of quitting your job and running away from home, what do you do when you can’t keep up? The answer, says Mary LoVerde, is to reach out and connect—with loved ones, with colleagues, with yourself. Instead of wondering how you’re going to get it all done, you’ll master the connection solution by – Using microactions: Teeny, tiny steps to propel you toward your goals; – Rethinking rituals and traditions: Preserve what’s important to you and your family, and get rid of the time-consuming things that everyone takes for granted; – Instituting policies: Easy shortcuts sure to bring tranquility into your daily life. If you’re concerned about the quality of your home life, your work life, and your inner life, you’re about to discover that connection works better than the fanciest daily planner you’ll ever fall for. Toss out the to-do lists–it’s time to Stop Screaming at the Microwave … and connect!

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Summary

Summary

An overflowing inbox, an overflowing sink of dirty breakfast dishes … is this what the experts mean by “having it all?”

You’ve organized, prioritized, delegated, and simplified, and you still don’t have enough time for your family, your spouse, your friends, your boss—much less yourself. You’re a veteran of the time-management wars, fighting for the life balance ideal, and you’re losing. So, short of quitting your job and running away from home, what do you do when you can’t keep up? The answer, says Mary LoVerde, is to reach out and connect—with loved ones, with colleagues, with yourself. Instead of wondering how you’re going to get it all done, you’ll master the connection solution by

– Using microactions: Teeny, tiny steps to propel you toward your goals;

– Rethinking rituals and traditions: Preserve what’s important to you and your family, and get rid of the time-consuming things that everyone takes for granted;

– Instituting policies: Easy shortcuts sure to bring tranquility into your daily life.

If you’re concerned about the quality of your home life, your work life, and your inner life, you’re about to discover that connection works better than the fanciest daily planner you’ll ever fall for. Toss out the to-do lists–it’s time to Stop Screaming at the Microwave … and connect!

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

Stop Screaming at the Microwave! is a must read for everyone! It will help you balance the complicated and stressful lives we are all leading today.”  Ken Blanchard, coauthor of The One Minute Mangager
“An inspirational book, filled with charm, wisdom and wit, reminding us how much we all need each other.”  Paul Pearsall, author of Heart’s Code and The Pleasure Prescription 
“Americans are desperately seeking ways to be good workers and good family members at the same time. Mary LoVerde has some first rate solutions, and she understands that ‘one size does not fit all.’ This book is about ‘fanning your flame.’ So what are you waiting for?”  Linda Ellerbbe
“I have stopped screaming at the microwave! Thanks to Mary LoVerde for bringing this much needed piece of work into our lives.”  J. Nathan Hill, President, Novus, Greenwood Trust Company

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Runtime: 1.55
Audience: Adult
Language: English