My New Book on Digital Overwhelm: Greater Expectations

Guess what? I’ve got a new book out today!

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Greater Expectations: Succeed (and Stay Sane), in an On-Demand, All-Access, Always-On Age is a short tactical tome that shares information, statistics and stories about what a balanced life in a digital age really means, and gives you a roadmap for keeping digital overwhelm at bay. It’s part of a new series of books on leadership topics from Barna Group, and I’m excited to be a part. Check out the book here.

Here’s the book’s official trailer, which gives you more of a sense of exactly what it’s all about: 

(If the video’s not coming through, click through to watch the Greater Expectations trailer from Barna Group on Vimeo.)

So why should you buy Greater Expectations: Succeed (and Stay Sane) in an On-Demand, All-Access, Always-On Age?

Here are three reasons:

  1. You feel burned out, tapped out, and stretched to your breaking point and you think that your digital life is the reason. You want to know why, and then you want to know how to fix it.
  2. You live or work with someone who seems sluggish, lethargic, and unmotivated, and you think the culprit might be burn out. You want to help them figure out how to regroup, recharge, and reenergize their lives.
  3. Although you’re ticking along just great right now, you want to be aware of what you can do to protect yourself from digital burnout, and what you can do each day to ensure that you are keeping a healthy, happy, balanced relationship to your digital world.

Do you struggle with balance in your digital life? What tips do you have to maintain energy, positivity, and productivity with the enhanced expectations that our digital world throws on us?

 

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