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Do Less to Do More

Leadership expert Michael Hyatt tells you how not to do more, but to mindfully do less.

Overflowing in-trays, ever-increasing task lists and not enough hours in the day – most leaders know this scenario all too well. Leadership expert Michael Hyatt contends the solution is not to do more, but to mindfully do less. Relying on extensive experience and in-depth research, Hyatt introduces a counterintuitive framework for restoring work-life balance and offers tools to boost your productivity by increasing your focus on what matters most.

True productivity starts with being clear on what we truly want. Michael Hyatt

Tony Robbins, author of, among other books, Unshakeable, said, “One reason so few of us achieve what we truly want is that we never direct our focus; we never concentrate our power. No one understands this better than Michael Hyatt.” New York Times best-selling author Donald Miller, CEO of StoryBrand, wrote, “Mike gives us a framework to plan our lives…[so] we won’t have to experience regret. This is a great book.” Cal Newport, best-selling author of Deep Work, said, “Busyness is meaningless. What matters is consistently executing the work that actually matters. This book shows you how.”


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