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Insightful, curious and refreshingly honest, Working Hard, Hardly Working will make you reflect on what you want from your life and work - and then help you chart your path to get there. ________________ A BOOK TO HELP YOU: Create your own ...

Author: Grace Beverley

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781473589094

Category: Self-Help

Page: 224

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THE #1 SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER 'Excellent.' The Times 'Offers a fresh take on how to create your own balance, be more productive and feel fulfilled in the high-pressure social media age.' Cosmopolitan, 12 BEST NEW BOOKS TO READ 'Serves some serious inspiration for the business-minded.' Bustle, TOP DEBUT BOOKS OF 2021 'Pinpoints and unpacks the confusing and impossible messages we are all fed about modern work, how we are supposedly meant to be "nailing" all areas of our life all at once.' Emma Gannon 'Essential reading for anyone who takes their working life seriously.' Anna Codrea-Rado ________________ We all know the pressure of feeling like we should be grinding 24/7 while simultaneously being told that we should 'just relax' and take care of ourselves, like we somehow have to decide between success and sanity. But in today's complex working world, where every hobby can be a hustle and social media is the lens through which we view ourselves and others, this seemingly impossible choice couldn't be further from our reality. In Working Hard, Hardly Working, entrepreneur and self-proclaimed 'lazy workaholic' Grace Beverley challenges this unrealistic and unnecessary split, and offers a fresh take on how to create your own balance, be more productive and feel fulfilled. Insightful, curious and refreshingly honest, Working Hard, Hardly Working will make you reflect on what you want from your life and work - and then help you chart your path to get there. ________________ A BOOK TO HELP YOU: Create your own Productivity Method: Work smart and do more of what you love Make your routine work for you: Optimise your habits and reap the benefits Understand your value: Get into your flow and enjoy your everyday Engage in effective self-care: How stepping back can help you move forwards ________________ Real comments from Grace's readers: 'A truly important read' 'A refreshing and honest perspective I could really relate to' 'You should read this book!' 'So well-informed, funny and REAL' 'I got so much out of this lovely book' 'Incredibly wise, practically helpful and inspirational' 'A really helpful and insightful book' 'Every single person can benefit from this book' 'You will not regret buying this book' A #1 Sunday Times bestseller, April 2021
2021-04-15 By Grace Beverley

When it comes to your dreams, are you hardly working, hardworking, or working hard? Hardly working is a person who is lazy in mind and action. Hardworking is trying hard at something that's not within your core gifts, ...

Author: Bo Sanchez

Publisher: Shepherds Voice Publications, Inc.

ISBN: 9789710072026



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WORKING HARD OR HARDLY WORKING? In the first presidential debate with John Kerry, President Bush answered the first question from Jim Lehrer about another 9/11- type terrorist attack with, "No, I don't believe it's going to happen.

Author: Leland Gregory

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

ISBN: 9780740792052

Category: Humor

Page: 256

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"It's important for people to know that I'm the president of everybody." --President George W. Bush, from Air Force One, January 14, 2005 Who Leland Gregory voted for in the 2004 presidential election is his business. But when George W. Bush won a second term, Gregory had to be doing cartwheels around his computer. The humorist, after all, makes a career of recording human behavior at, let's just say, its less-than-brilliant moments. Bush-Whacked does a thorough job of tracking the president's language mangling as well as the inept bungling of his administration: * "And so during these holiday seasons, we thank our blessings . . ." --GWB at Fort Belvoir, Va., December 21, 2004. * Through bureaucratic mismanagement, parts for a top-secret spy plane, originally intended for destruction, were discovered being auctioned off on eBay. --New York Post * "(T)he illiteracy level of our children are appalling." --GWB, Washington, D.C., January 23, 2004 With his expert nose for nuttiness, Gregory includes numerous perplexing quotes, wacky anecdotes, and weird one-liners in this hysterical collection. This isn't the president at his finest, just Dubya at his funniest.
2009-06-15 By Leland Gregory

Working Hard or Hardly Working ? O : nce in a while when I greet a friend or acquaintance , the person will give me a wink and quip , “ Are you working hard or hardly working ? ” I never know how to answer .

Author: Philip Wiebe

Publisher: Kindred Productions

ISBN: 0921788584

Category: Religion

Page: 147

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In It Takes Two To Tangle, Philip Wiebe presents a light, informative, humorous and perceptive look at the intersecting relationships of men and women. Within the context of Christian values, It Takes Two To Tangle covers the broad expanse of relationships from brief encounters to life-lasting ties that bind. It Takes Two To Tangle is highly recommended reading for those in the first blush of romance to the seasoned couple with a decades old bond between them, and all who aspire to the joy and hard work of parenting, vacationing together, managing busy schedules, and all the other interactions and shared activities that make up the man/woman dichotomy.
1999 By Philip Wiebe

Working. Hard. Hardly. Working. Labor. and. Leisure. in. the. Films. of. Jerry. Lewis. Dana Polan CURIOUSLY PERHAPS, Jerry Lewis's cinema seems obsessed by labor. Indeed, several films refer to the world of work through titles that ...

Author: Murray Pomerance

Publisher: NYU Press

ISBN: 9780814767054

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 274

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The Myth of Empowerment surveys the ways in which women have been represented and influenced by the rapidly growing therapeutic culture--both popular and professional--from the mid-nineteenth century to the present. The middle-class woman concerned about her health and her ability to care for others in an uncertain world is not as different from her late nineteenth-century white middle-class predecessors as we might imagine. In the nineteenth century she was told that her moral virtue was her power; today, her power is said to reside in her ability to “relate” to others or to take better care of herself so that she can take care of others. Dana Becker argues that ideas like empowerment perpetuate the myth that many of the problems women have are medical rather than societal; personal rather than political. From mesmerism to psychotherapy to the Oprah Winfrey Show, women have gleaned ideas about who they are as psychological beings. Becker questions what women have had to gain from these ideas as she recounts the story of where they have been led and where the therapeutic culture is taking them.
2002-11-01 By Murray Pomerance

David hit me hard ! ( It hurts a lot ! ) David hardly hit me ! ( It does not hurt at all . ) Sometimes people greet each other by saying , ' Are you working hard , or hardly working . What do you think this means ?


Publisher: Amity University Press

ISBN: 8180110893



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Author: Grace Beverley


ISBN: OCLC:1244174119



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2021 By Grace Beverley

McRobbie, “From Holloway to Hollywood,' 109. 7. Micki McGee, Self-Help, Inc.: Makeover Culture in American Life (New York: Oxford University Press, 2005), 130. 8. Dana Polan, “Working Hard, Hardly Working: Labor and Leisure in the Films ...

Author: Susan Murray

Publisher: NYU Press

ISBN: 9780814757345

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 377

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A collection of essays, which provide a comprehensive picture of how and why the genre of reality television emerged, what it means, how it differs from earlier television programming, and how it engages societies, industries, and individuals.
2009 By Susan Murray

Hard,. Hardly. Working. “Lo, the poor poor, yes?” the woman said to me. “Look, the poor aren't who you think they are. ... Her work, when this sad, smiling, still-young mother of two can find it, is packing blueberries or washing dishes ...

Author: Peter Davis

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 9781497682122

Category: Education

Page: 188

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At each stage of their lives—from infant cribs to teen dropouts to welfare dependents to basement shelters for the elderly—the people of the underclass are shunned by the rest of the population, even by the working poor. The cycle is vicious: Underclass children get little help in their own homes (when they have homes); they are shoved aside at school until they drop out like their parents did; they are unable to find decent work without an education; they have children of their own for whom they cannot provide adequate care; and finally, they are dumped into human (but inhumane) warehouses for the not-quite-deceased. America cannot afford to do this to its poorest citizens; we cannot afford not to rescue the underclass. In the richest country on earth, the people of the underclass are not merely a problem, they are a scandal.
2015-05-19 By Peter Davis

Working Hard? Some people Work hard; While others Hardly work. Some people Work hard at Hardly working; While others Hardly work at Working hard. So, whether You're working hard, Or whether You're hardly working, Be sure that You do ...

Author: Bob E. McGlothlin


ISBN: 9781365877407

Category: Poetry

Page: 270

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Over 230 poems written by poet, Bob E. McGlothlin on various subjects, both inspirational and non-inspirational in nature, some comedic, some romantic, and some business related.
2017-04-06 By Bob E. McGlothlin