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Pick Three: You Can Have It All (Just Not Every Day) Kindle Edition
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In an increasingly demanding world, weve been told that we can do it allmaintain close friendships, devote ourselves to work, spend time with family, stay fit, and get enough sleep. But who can do everythingand do it wellevery day? Imagine eliminating the pressure to be perfect. Now you can achieve balance over weeks and years. Randi Zuckerberg has the solution: Pick Three.
Career and family-minded people everywhere understand the basic problem: Everyone wants to be able to have it allwork, sleep, family, fitness, and friendsbut there are only twenty-four hours in a day. Now, in Pick Three, Randi encourages others to follow her lead to be well-lopsided, a term she says has saved her life. Between having her own radio show, starring on Broadway, speaking across the globe, creating Facebook Live, and being the mother to two boys, Randi has a lot on her plate. But, Randi explains, you dont have to focus on each of the five areas every daymore important, you cant!but you can prioritize them individually over time. And if you choose three each day, you can go a long way toward personal and professional success and satisfaction.
In Pick Three, Randi dives deep into each of the five categories, revealing stories from her own impressive career, as well as engaging interviews from Olympic athletes, medical professionals, media moguls, seasoned Silicon Valley leaders, and even her own mother, Karen Zuckerberg; this practical handbook proves that there is a way to manage all the tensions we face each day.
Featuring an entire workbook section to inspire a well-lopsided life, Pick Three is the ultimate guide to helping anyonefrom experienced entrepreneurs to emerging professionals to active parents to busy studentsreject the unrealistic burden of balance and enjoy success on their own terms. Because you can have it all, if you just Pick Three.--This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.
Pick Three totally changed how I manage stressful times. Living by Pick Three preserves my health and sanity, leaves me feeling empowered instead of overwhelmed, and allows me to manage difficult days more gracefully.-- "Melissa Hartwig, New York Times bestselling author and co-founder of Whole30"
Offers insights to the way the world is changing and the tech sensibility you will need to navigate this new dynamic.-- "Ashton Kutcher on Dot Complicated"
With just one sentence, Randi Zuckerberg will make you rethink work-life balance forever.-- "Inc. magazine"
Entertaining, insightful, and relevant.-- "Jennifer Aaker, author of The Dragonfly Effect, on Dot Complicated"
Now, thanks to Randi's inventive new tools for living your best life, the formula that works for the top entrepreneurs and business leaders is available for everyone.-- "David Bach, New York Times bestselling author" --This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.
- ASIN : B074SGQR3K
- Publisher : Dey Street Books; Reprint edition (15 May 2018)
- Language : English
- File size : 959 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 288 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 485,333 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Unfortunately this one missed the mark for me. Didn’t find it helpful and found all the ideas and thenesento be bland and dull.
That being said, I just could not get my head around how the pick 3 process works. For example, if I choose work, family and sleep for the day, does that mean I don't have to worry about what I eat or care about my health? Or if I choose fitness, friends and work, do I not need to talk to my children for the day?
I don't know, maybe I am being naive or I didn't read it properly, but it just seemed to confuse me more than anything else.