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Time warrior : how to defeat procrastination, people-pleasing, self-doubt, over-commitment, broken promises and chaos

Author: Steve Chandler
Publisher: Anna Maria, FL : Maurice Bassett, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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A non-linear approach for dealing with time. In this age of instant global connection to everyone and everything, your "war" is against interruption and distraction. The "violence" in the word "warrior" was intended. For although the work you do can be slow and easy, to master non-linear time you must pull out your sword ahead of time to carve out periods of space and silence. Time Warriors arrange the "chaos"  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Steve Chandler
ISBN: 9781600250378 1600250378
OCLC Number: 747818567
Description: xviii, 219 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Why not do something with your time? --
How to keep your soul alive --
No, you'll never find time --
What do I do when I'm overwhelmed? --
"Violence" is sometimes quite good --
Situations don't cause feelings --
A pessimist is a human joke --
Why am I not sticking with my goals? --
Get as small as you can, now smaller --
Time to change the world --
Let's all get drunk on information --
Okay, so, why am I still procrastinating? --
Increase your capacity for living NOW --
Now let's all stand up and stretch --
Replace knowing with choosing --
Failure is the ultimate success --
Warm up to what you're doing --
And the money will follow --
Should I just do the whole thing? --
Creating your future --
Serving is the opposite of pleasing --
More ways to kiss the ground --
The way of inspiration --
Try risking your identity --
Notice I am saying warrior, not worrier --
Asking the wrong question --
Another way to see yourself --
Want to know who you are? --
How do I make her perfect? --
Capture the problem --
Redefine the problem --
For goodness sake get some help! --
Honor something called completion --
I'm depressed by other people's suffering --
What are people yearning for? --
Making good use of hard times --
Go to war against distraction --
We know what we need to know --
What do victims do? --
Do you fear death or commitment? --
The past as a regrettable thing --
Good robot or bad robot? --
Forget about your safety! --
Purpose transitions you --
Produce something new and beautiful --
Your problem is not time management --
What gets measured gets done --
What about the fear factor? --
What are the steps I should take to overcome procrastination? --
How does a warrior deal with job loss? --
There are no boring things in life --
The self-employed warrior --
How to love putting things off --
You can be the author of urgent --
Recovering from overwhelm --
Willpower, or the choosing to begin it? --
What if I don't know what I'm supposed to do? --
What if things break down? --
Creative means you have Plan B --
The future consumes time and energy --
Learning to welcome everything --
Work itself is what inspires us --
Are you fearless or brave? --
Let your life be a small a thing --
How functional is inspiration? --
A warrior brings the light --
Time is money and money is time --
Creation versus attraction --
Childhood fears become adult beliefs --
There is no such thing as worthiness --
Stop forcing things to happen --
Looking for the perfect lover --
Well-begun is half-done --
Passion to transform your world --
A warrior overcoming grief --
Why am I always choosing unavailable love partners? --
Fighting to remain focused --
What's the point of labeling things as "impossible"? --
I'm worried about growing old --
What if I don't have a life purpose? --
What about boredom? --
Stay in the moment ... Yes, this one --
Sing for that good vibration --
Don't my goals tie me to the future? --
How do I deal with my ego? --
How do I learn to trust that there will be abundance? --
Why do we hate rich people? --
But how do I become creative? --
How do I help my children with this? --
What if I want to get back at someone? --
But what if life is still unfair? --
But what about family distractions? --
How do I find my project? --
Waking up feeling bad? --
Stop all that thinking? --
Earn first and spend later --
Use your fifteen minutes --
What, exactly, do I want to do? --
Stop lying to yourself --
How do you make life meaningful? --
What will set me free?
Other Titles: How to defeat procrastination, people-pleasing, self-doubt, over-commitment, broken promises and chaos
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A non-linear approach for dealing with time. In this age of instant global connection to everyone and everything, your "war" is against interruption and distraction. The "violence" in the word "warrior" was intended. For although the work you do can be slow and easy, to master non-linear time you must pull out your sword ahead of time to carve out periods of space and silence. Time Warriors arrange the "chaos" around them by slowing down -- way, way down -- and then letting go of people-pleasing, approval-seeking and every shade of mood-based and future-based thinking.

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