Book Club Kit: The Joy of Missing Out by Tonya Dalton
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Pub Date 13 May 2020 | Archive Date Not set
This is a downloadable and printable resource for book clubs reading The Joy of Missing Out by Tonya Dalton. The kit includes an author interview, discussion questions, and more. This is not the actual book. This kit was sponsored by Thomas Nelson.
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About the Book:
Overwhelmed. Do you wake up in the morning already feeling behind? Does the pressure of keeping it all together make you feel anxious and irritable?
Tonya Dalton, CEO and productivity expert, offers you a liberating shift in perspective: feeling overwhelmed isn’t the result of having too much to do—it’s from not knowing where to start.
Doing less might seem counterintuitive, but doing less is more productive, because you’re concentrating on the work you actually want to be doing. Through this book, you can learn how to:
—Identify what is important to you and clarify your priorities.
—Develop ways to streamline your specific workflow.
—Discover your purpose.
Named Top 10 Business Book of the Year by Fortune magazine, The Joy of Missing Out is chock-full of resources and printables. This is a legitimate action plan for change. Once you reject the pressure to do more, something amazing happens: you discover you can finally live a guilt-free, abundant life.
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Average rating from 17 members
This is a really good book club kit ! The author interview is super interesting, and I love the priority list and the reading recommendations. I especially liked the "starting a successful book club" kit at the end!
I'm not one to read much non-fiction. I love book club kits as they help me absorb, as well as understand how to start thinking about the content presented in the book.This kit was also my first book club-hosting choice and I did not go wrong there!
This was such a helpful little guide! I adored the layout; it was simple, clean and made with colours that matched the book's cover.
There were the usual bits included in this one, the author's letter and discussion guide, along with a what to read next and a handful of bookmarks. What made this one particularly useful to me personally was the added section at the end, the 'starting a successful book club'. It was full of brilliant tips and the blueprint was lovely.
Overall I recommend this one, especially to people wanting to start a fledgling book club like myself.
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