The Joy of Missing Out: Live More by Doing Less

The Joy of Missing Out: Live More by Doing Less

Overwhelmed. Do you wake up in the morning already feeling behind? Does the pressure of keeping it all together make you feel anxious and irritable?

Tonya Dalton, CEO and productivity expert, offers you a liberating shift in perspective: feeling overwhelmed isn't the result of having too much to do -- it's from not knowing where to start.

Doing less might seem counterintuitive, but doing less is more productive, because you’re concentrating on the work you actually want to be doing. Through this book, you can learn how to:


Identify what is important to you and clarify your priorities.

Develop ways to streamline your specific workflow.
Discover your purpose.
Named Top 10 Business Book of the Year by Fortune magazine, The Joy of Missing Out is chock-full of resources and printables. This is a legitimate action plan for change. Once you reject the pressure to do more, something amazing happens: you discover you can finally live a guilt-free, abundant life.

Title:The Joy of Missing Out: Live More by Doing Less
ISBN:9781400214334
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  • Amie McDaniel

    Tonya Dalton has written an intricate and intimate book that will change the way you look at your life and the way you "DO" life. It will have you re-evaluating what your priorities truly are and what...

  • Laura

    Have you ever thought about your North Star? What guides you? What really brings you joy? Most of us skip these essential questions, and because we do, we get pulled in every direction. The work that ...

  • Amanda

    My bookclub’s first book club selection of 2020 is The Joy of Missing Out by Tonya Dalton. We wanted something inspiring and motivational to kick off the new year. The majority of us are moms so we ...

  • Basic B's Guide

    The Joy of Missing Out @tonyadalton . Available Tuesday, October 1st! (@nelsonbooks #partner )Everyone talks about the power of YES but what about the power of NO? We fill our days because we feel bet...

  • Mehrsa

    sophomoric and trivial. Choose your priority and focus on it. I just thought if I kept reading, I would learn something and nope...

  • Sarah Poling

    This book is well written, well structured, well organized. The author not only has created a prescriptive, well developed plan for living more by doing less, she also provides free youtube videos, ha...

  • Gail

    JOMO is a gift for women at all ages and stages of life. As a recent retiree who spent many years feeling frantically busy, the temptation to “stay busy” presents itself constantly. This book chal...

  • Colette Petersen

    **I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.**I've been a Tonya Dalton fan for a while, using her individual tips to become more focused on my priorit...

  • Lauren

    The Joy of Missing Out not only helps you to decide what is important to you, but how to schedule your time to get the most important things done.The book is divided into 4 sections. Each one builds o...

  • Lisa Kivin

    Tonya Dalton gets it- women are overworking, overstressing, and scheduling themselves to the max. While we may praise this”getting it all done” mentality in our society, I see it’s creating a ph...