Do you work long, unusual, or unpredictable hours? Is sleep is the first casualty in your battle to juggle multiple roles and responsibilities? Do you constantly feel overwhelmed, overworked, or over/under-caffeinated? If so, this book is for you!
How to Get Sh*t Done When You Feel Like Sh*t provides realistic strategies to manage fatigue from boredom to burnout. Imagine you had the power to stay focused when you felt overwhelmed. To get motivated when you felt burned out. To be productive when you felt like a walking zombie.
No fluff. No filler – you can learn this system in less than an hour!
In this condensed workbook, you’ll learn:
*How to convince your boss that ignoring fatigue increases the chances of you quitting your job, making mistakes, and getting hurt
*How to get things done when you’re running on little to no sleep
*Why it’s dangerous to take a nap at work when you’re exhausted
*How to improve work-life balance and stop feeling overwhelmed (without disappointing people who depend on you)
*How to focus your mind without overdosing on caffeine when you’re sleep-deprived
*How caffeine can affect you differently whether it comes from coffee, tea, or energy drinks
*Why the amount of caffeine you drink, from where, how quickly, and at what time of day can all make a difference in your ability to stay awake and alert
Each chapter comes with examples of coffee, tea, and energy drinks, along with mental and physical exercises to help you wake up without caffeine.
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With 10 years of experience in risk management and nearly 20 years of experience researching caffeine and energy drinks, Danielle Robertson Rath has helped thousands of college students, first responders, new parents, and entrepreneurs manage caffeine use and fatigue in the workplace. Danielle Robertson Rath earned her bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry/Chemistry from the University of California San Diego and her master’s degree in Food Science/Food Chemistry from the University of California Davis.