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Tranquility by Tuesday: 9 Ways to Calm the Chaos and Make Time for What Matters (edição 2022)

por Laura Vanderkam (Autor)

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Business. Self-Improvement. Nonfiction. HTML:An indispensable manual...Tranquility by Tuesday offers plenty of inspiration for a more serene life, and down-to-earth and evidence-backed advice for actually making it happen."
Oliver Burkeman, New York Times bestselling author of Four Thousand Weeks
For anyone whos sick of letting to-do lists dictate their time, Laura Vanderkam, the bestselling author of What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast, shares nine strategies for reclaiming your hours

Do you find yourself hoping that someday, life will be less hectic? One day, you say, youll finally have time for the activities that you love writing that book, completing that triathlon, traveling with friends. But if the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us anything, its that life is unpredictable. If were not careful, dull, unfulfilling tasks can quickly occupy our precious hours, derail our best-laid plans, and make life feel like a slog.
 
In Tranquility by Tuesday, Laura Vanderkam explains that if you want something to happen, you need to design your life to make it happen. Work crises, childcare emergencies, and home repairs are inevitable, and the mundane tasks of life cooking, cleaning, laundry arent going anywhere. To make time for what matters, you need a resilient schedule, not a perfect schedule. Based on a time diary study of over 150 people, Vanderkam shares nine strategies for building opportunities for joy, nourishment, and fulfillment into your week, such as:
  • Three times a week is a habit
  • One big adventure, one little adventure
  • Effortful before effortless
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    This is more than a time management book about how to do it all. Its a look at how real people changed their lives using Vanderkams nine rules, and how you can do the same. Its about intentionally living the life that you want to live, and becoming an autonomous steward of lifes possibilities.
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    Título:Tranquility by Tuesday: 9 Ways to Calm the Chaos and Make Time for What Matters
    Autores:Laura Vanderkam (Autor)
    Informação:Portfolio (2022), 288 pages
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    Importantly, the four star rating is for the content, NOT the mode of delivery. If you do not need to listen to this as an audio book, I would highly recommend buying it in hard copy for several reasons. Each chapter is very formulaic in structure, but the "Your Turn" sections will be more effective if in a workbook mode (hard to do with an audiobook). Vanderkam has a pleasant voice, but one can only emote so much when reading numbered listicles and anecdotes. There probably is a more engaging way to convey the material, and at times the delivery sounded like AI generated text to voice, and the enthusiasm behind the directives started to sound mechanical as well.

    All of that aside, there is some really good advice and the participant responses are helpful to a point. The book looks at each of Vanderkam's 9 rules (outlined on her website but given in brief here):
    Give yourself a bedtime
    Plan on Fridays
    Move by 3pm
    Three times a week is a habit
    Create a back-up slot
    One big adventure, one little adventure
    Take one night for you
    Batch the little things
    Effortful before Effortless

    One of the overarching points that seems to be at the root of all the suggestions is to have increased awareness of one's own energy, and let it be the guide when determining what commitments we make. This was particularly useful in Rule 8: Batch the Little Things. Initially it feels like the opposite of a GTD (Getting Things Done (TM)) approach in some sense although really more of a recontextualization of an Inbox review. The emphasis here is on the "capture" mechanism that GTDers will recognize, rather than doing the little thing right at that moment. A good way to think about it is if doing an inbox review, the little actionable things go to a "Batch List" rather than a "Do it" if less than 2 minutes. I appreciated this because it acknowledges who hopping into email to answer something quickly can easily derail the bigger more important thing you are doing/about to do. Vanderkam says a two minute task can easily turn into: a "task hydra", a rabbit hole, or a procrastination cycle wherein you start doing a bunch of small tasks because now you are at the computer. Immediate reward supplants the longer term gain, in other words. She provides further guidance: Don't batch during your most productive hours, but set time aside maybe in the dip of the afternoon when your mental faculties aren't as energized and fresh.

    Along similar lines, Rule 9 (Effortful vs. Effortless). Vanderkam encourages using pockets of leisure time (or even time confetti, a term coined by Brigid Schulte) for something more engaging like reading, rather than mindless social media scrolling. It isn't that she is suggesting one always read in lieu of social media, but to consider the more "effortful fun" first for a larger reward--working toward completing a book, for example. You will never reach the end of Instagram, she reminds us.

    The narration of the study occupies too much space, and would have been more interesting if something had failed. While the narrative incorporates participant struggles, it starts to get tedious having the same structure applied to every chapter. While the book could have been shorter, it is still a worthwhile read, especially if you are skeptical in reading the list above. She does include anecdotes from participants who were initially reluctant or were immediate naysayers, and that did address my own reaction from time to time. ( )
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    Business. Self-Improvement. Nonfiction. HTML:An indispensable manual...Tranquility by Tuesday offers plenty of inspiration for a more serene life, and down-to-earth and evidence-backed advice for actually making it happen."
    Oliver Burkeman, New York Times bestselling author of Four Thousand Weeks
    For anyone whos sick of letting to-do lists dictate their time, Laura Vanderkam, the bestselling author of What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast, shares nine strategies for reclaiming your hours

    Do you find yourself hoping that someday, life will be less hectic? One day, you say, youll finally have time for the activities that you love writing that book, completing that triathlon, traveling with friends. But if the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us anything, its that life is unpredictable. If were not careful, dull, unfulfilling tasks can quickly occupy our precious hours, derail our best-laid plans, and make life feel like a slog.
     
    In Tranquility by Tuesday, Laura Vanderkam explains that if you want something to happen, you need to design your life to make it happen. Work crises, childcare emergencies, and home repairs are inevitable, and the mundane tasks of life cooking, cleaning, laundry arent going anywhere. To make time for what matters, you need a resilient schedule, not a perfect schedule. Based on a time diary study of over 150 people, Vanderkam shares nine strategies for building opportunities for joy, nourishment, and fulfillment into your week, such as:
    Three times a week is a habit One big adventure, one little adventure Effortful before effortless 
    This is more than a time management book about how to do it all. Its a look at how real people changed their lives using Vanderkams nine rules, and how you can do the same. Its about intentionally living the life that you want to live, and becoming an autonomous steward of lifes possibilities.

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