Published by Cleis Press on Paula Rizo
Genres: Inspiration & Personal Growth, Non-Fiction, Personal Growth, Psychological, Self-Help
Paperback provided by Viva Editions
What do Sir Richard Branson, Martha Stewart, Sheryl Sandberg, Ellen DeGeneres and Madonna have in common? Each is a list maker and history shows us that change creators make their to-do lists and check them often. A recent survey by the career website LinkedIn.com found that 63% of all professionals frequently create to-do lists.
If you’re part of the 37% and feel like you’re chasing your own tail, author Paula Rizzo (ListProducer.com), a top national TV producer, delivers the solution. You can still find time to relax, read a good book, enjoy your hobby and do the things you love. Listful Thinking shares secrets, time-saving tips and the fine art of getting it done.
Learn how to:
- Save time
- Be more organized
- Become more productive
- Save money
- Reduce stress
Listful Thinking got me inspired to use lists to really get organized. As a sometimes list maker, I had no idea how lists could fill a whole book. I have been doing some things wrong in my list making, and feeling overwhelmed just looking at those lists. This book goes over all kinds of lists: lists in life choices, lists for productivity, lists for purchases, and lists for every major move in your life. Paula is all over the list making habit, and how to make it work for you.
I didn’t read this book straight through. I actually put it down when ideas came to me and wrote the out. Some famous people use lists to help them stay productive without being overwhelmed. It just seemed like a no-brainer that I should do the same. I had already use lists in some circumstances. It is a fact that I will buy crap at the store I don’t need, unless I bring a list and stick to it. Paula talks about all the ways people can use lists, and steps it up with productivity apps and details to get you motivated. Paula even goes through my most dreaded pro and con list with ideas to make it more instrumental in making those really big decisions.
If you want to get more organized, this book may help inspire you. It helped inspire me.
About the Author
Broadcast journalist Paula Rizzo is the senior health producer for Fox News Channel in New York City and founder of ListProducer.com. An Emmy Award winner, she attributes much of her success to her compulsive list making. The author of the ebook 10 Lists Every Mom Needs, she lives and works in New York City.