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Overwhelmed is a must read for today's workforce. 11 mars 2014
Par Laurie C Kelley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Like no book out there, Overwhelmed gives us deep insight into the ways in which our lives have become so complicated in today's fast-paced society. Heavily researched, the author also looks at workplace and family dynamics in other parts of the world, in contrast to our American practices. The book will make you think more deeply about the way you are spending the precious gift of time, especially if you are a parent, and even if you aren't. Additionally, people who are not caregivers will get a deeper understanding of the demands of balancing family needs with our careers. It'll make you think, laugh, reflect and hopefully move forward with more purpose in working through this one and only life. I loved it. So much I even found/made time to read the entire book.
35 internautes sur 38 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Read this and be inspired that change is possible 12 mars 2014
Par Jessica DeGroot - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
As someone who has been involved in these issues professionally and personally for the last 20 years, I can honestly say this is the best book I have read on the topic. Not only does it provide cutting edge reporting, Brigid Schulte’s willingness to share her own experiences wrestling with these issues, also makes it a real page turner.
Throughout the book she provides an excellent analysis of what contributes to our sense of overwhelm and how badly it is impacting us. However, she also inspires us with a number of important “bright spots” – including the description of a number of truly modern workplaces that aren’t just saying they support their employees to live whole lives, they are actually making it happen.
Too often people feel stuck by the web of forces that make a more satisfying approach to work and life feel out of reach. Schulte’s book will help you better understand the challenges and inspire you that change is possible.
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Must read for busy parents!!! 11 mars 2014
Par Daniel Bender - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Even with massive amount of research presented Mrs. Schulte personalizes the information in a way that makes this a compelling read. I had so many ah-ha moments while I read this starting with the idea of contaminated time. It was also incredibly helpful to read about how we look at the leisure needs of men and women. There's just to many tidbits to share but you definitely walk away from the book feeling the need to free up personal time. Her arguments are incredibly effective.
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It's Good To Know I'm Not Alone 11 mars 2014
Par Michele T. Woodward - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
I was lucky enough to get an advance copy of this book and I have to say - having read it cover to cover - that Brigid Schulte breaks open the modern conundrum that is parenting. If you are not a working parent, this book may not be as relevant to you. But for me, Schulte examined the challenges thoroughly, and brought in relevant research in a way that enlightened me and made me feel like "it's not just me who's having this problem." I admire the way she draws from her own life to illustrate situations, and also seeks out others and tells their stories. Again, if you are a working parent who's looking for a path out of overwhelm - or you are a law maker or business leader who's trying to remedy the situation - this is an excellent place to start. Read the book.
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Searching for time to work, love and play? 11 mars 2014
Par Anne D. Perryman - Publié sur Amazon.com
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In my role as editor of the Work & Family Life newsletter, I jumped at the chance to read Brigid Shulte's new book Overwhelmed. It is fascinating. Schulte (a Washington Post reporter) examines what has changed and what has stayed the same since the 1970’s. Women are fully engaged in what used to be a "man’s world," but workplace policies and cultural attitudes still act as though it is 1950. Shulte explores why we’re “stuck” in this way and why our sense of being overwhelmed has persisted. This was never just a “mommy issue,” she says. It's also an issue for dads, kids, the workplace and for society, especially one that purports to value families so highly. I liked Schulte's positive, practical suggestions on how to incorporate into my life all of the things I need and want to do. Highly recommended.
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