In this motivational handbookA??both a business how-to and self-help guideA??the New York Times bestselling author of Dot Complicated takes on the fallacy of the "well-balanced" life, arguing that the key to success is learning to be well-lopsided.
Work. Sleep. Fitness. Family. Friends. Pick Three.
In an increasingly demanding world, weA??ve been told that we can do everythingA??maintain friendships, devote ourselves to work, spend time with family, stay fit, and get enough sleep. We just need to learn to balance it all. Randi Zuckerberg doesnA??t believe in being well-balanced. We canA??t do it all every day, she contends, and trying to do so only leaves us frustrated and feeling inadequate. But we can succeed if we Pick Three.
Randi first introduced the concept of Pick Three in a tweetA??"The EntrepreneurA??s Dilemma"A??that went viral. Now, in this book, she expands on her philosophy and inspires others to follow her lead. From entrepreneurs to professionals, busy parents to students, Randi can help everyone learn to reject the unrealistic burden of balance and enjoy success in their own livesA??by picking the most important areas to focus on in any given day.
This practical handbook includes stories from RandiA??s career learning that thereA??s no such thing as a perfect balanceA??as well as insights and examples from other professionals at the top of the biggest businesses in Silicon Valley, new moms searching for permission to focus on family, and recent graduates convinced they should have it all under control, including Arianna Huffington, Reshma Saujani, Laurie Hernandez, and Brad Takei. We canA??t have it all every day, and thatA??s okay, Randi reminds us. Pick Three is her much-needed guide to learning to embrace the well-lopsided life.
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