I need more time! Introduction: Why such a rush? I'll be happy when ... Mindset Gremlin 1: When you think you're not enough (but you are) Mindset Gremlin 2: When you think you're on your own (but you're not) Mindset Gremlin 3: When you think you've got to get it right (but you don't) Mindset Gremlin 4: When you're feeling stuck (but you're not) Mindset Gremlin 5: When you think it's too late (but it isn't) Final Thoughts Epilogue Acknowledgments Appendix: If you thought it was just you ... References Index
Audrey Thomas is an experienced coach and facilitator with a background in project change and management, human resources and operations management. After a corporate career spanning the UK, Europe and North America, she now specialises in working with clients in both the public and private sectors to discover and develop their untapped potential. Emma Grey is a life-balance specialist who uses a suite of innovative concepts and tools to provide organisations and individuals with practical solutions to the modern challenge of 'having it all'. Emma runs seminars, workshops and executive coaching, writes regularly for national media, and together with Audrey, is co-founder of the highly successful 'My 15 Minutes' program www.my15minutes.com.au.
"This book shows how you can find the time to do more of what brings you joy in only 15 minutes a day ... written in a fun style that is engaging, effective, and insightful." -- Krysta Gibson * I Don't Have Time * "Using humour, anecdotes, research into productivity and Emma and Audrey's `Fifteen minute approach' this is a practical guide to making progress in all the areas that matter most" "An inspiration to prioritise what is really important to you." * I Don't Have Time Review * "I am blown away...who doesn't like a book that makes you laugh out loud? Thank you, Emma, and Audrey for a book that reminds us we are good enough, we are not on our own, we don't have to always be right and it is never too late!" -- Kirsty O'Callaghan * I Don't Have Time * "It appeals to the person we are, to the humanity we share and to the burdens and problems we suffer under, and it offers solutions that we can see will work." -- Lesley Vlietstra * Book Review *