Calling BS On Busy: A Practical Guide to Ditching the Time Management Myth and Quickly Achieving Your Goals

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6.0 X 9.0 X 0.7 inches | 1.01 pounds

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About the Author
ANDREW MELLEN is a speaker and coach, and the author of the Wall Street Journal bestseller Unstuff Your Life! and The Most Organized Man in America's Guide to Moving. He is the creator of the De-Stress Your Mess Challenge, the Unstuff Your Life System, and the Calling BS on Busy Mastermind-virtual programs that have helped over 500,000 people and businesses around the world change their relationships with stuff, time, and clutter for good.Mellen has been a student of mindfulness and meditation since 1989. In a previous career, he was an award-winning actor, director, and arts administrator who toured the United States performing improvisational theater in prisons and penitentiaries. He currently splits his time between New York, Lisbon, Southeast Asia, and Treasure Island, Florida.

"A roadmap to success that will change your relationship with time so you can finally get things done!" -Chef AJ, bestselling author and host of YouTube's Chef AJ LIVE!

"Andrew has shown me how to boldly create order and happiness. He is the source I turn to when it comes to clarity and time management!" Tamsen Fadal, Emmy-award-winning journalist and author

"This book is a rallying cry for people to take back control of their time and their lives. It could not have come at a more opportune moment." -Quentin Fottrell, MarketWatch editor and The Moneyist columnist

"Read this book and you'll find that you do have time for travel and other meaningful activities in your life." -Pauline Frommer, Co-President of the Frommer's guidebooks

"An invaluable resource to achieve your aspirations. In this book, Andrew pro¬vides countless insightful ideas!" -Mitch Goldstone, CEO,

"Andrew's book is not only entertaining and engaging but will undoubtedly change your concept of time management." -Marcia Griffin, CEO and founder, HomeFree-USA

"When it comes to working on your relationship with time, there's no better expert than Andrew." -Ian Kerner, NYT bestselling author of She Comes First and couples therapist

"I was stunned by how fast Andrew could shift my story about time. This is the book we all need." -Jennifer Louden, bestselling author of Why Bother? Discover the Desire for What's Next

"Armed with his signature wit and compelling examples, this is a wonderfully accessible guide that pulled me through its pages." -Michael MacLennan, TV writer and creator of Bomb Girls and Netflix's Tiny Pretty Things

"Most people have no idea how important every choice about time is-to truly understand that impact, you must read this book." -Peggy McColl, NYT bestselling author of Your Destiny Switch

"With this book you will finally be free from the mindset issues that plague even the highest performers." -Mike Michalowicz, author of Profit First

"As someone who does creative work, I fear that time management systems will kill inspiration-but Andrew's book showed me how to liberate it."-Susan Piver, NYT bestselling author of The Buddhist Enneagram

"An engaging, entertaining, and truly honest offering about how we view time, waste time, and blame a clock for our own behaviors!" -Sharon Salzberg, NYT bestselling author of Lovingkindness

"Andrew's book is a wake-up call to those who miss important experiences and press snooze on their lives!" -Andrea Syrtash, author of He's Just Not Your Type

"If you struggle with ADHD like me, this step-by-step approach is invaluable in reframing how you think about time management." -Sharon Vinderine, CEO of Parent Tested Parent Approved

"Andrew's book immediately and lovingly blows up the lies we tell ourselves and replaces them with instantly actionable strategies." -Peter Walsh, NYT bestselling author of It's All Too Much

"Andrew wisely speaks to how our relationship with our minds and internal narratives shapes our relationship with time and the world around us."-Tenzen David Zimmerman, Central Abbot, San Francisco Zen Center