Juggling the competing demands of motherhood, a personal life and a career can sometimes seem impossible. But attention to detail, maximizing the time you do have and conscious time management allows you to meet more of your goals. As part of her ongoing study, the Mosaic Project, Laura Vanderkam analyzed 1,001 daily time logs of mothers earning six-figure salaries. Her clear, compelling narrative breaks down misconceptions about how the most successful women use their time. She shows you how to put in a full workweek and still find time for your family and leisure activities. Vanderkam uses hard data to empower working mothers – from new moms holding part-time jobs to successful CEOs wishing for more hours in the day – to take control of their time, their lives and their health.
About the Author
Laura Vanderkam is a best-selling author of What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast; 168 Hours: You Have More Time Than You Think; and All the Money in the World: What the Happiest People Know About Wealth. She writes for Fast Company’s website.