“Welcome to Non-Overwhelm!” book
When I started my company, ‘entrepreneur’ was a dirty word.
There was no one to advise me on practical ways to keep business + life working together.
Entrepreneurs were not viewed as being serious about commerce, and solutions for what the clueless called ‘small business’ didn’t … ahem … quite ‘fit’ my scenario.
So, I was on my own.
And I was overwhelmed.
Lucky for you, I didn’t stay that way!
In this small-but-mighty quick read, I
- Deliver my 7 essential steps to non-overwhelm.
- Pass my guidelines to you, no strings attached.
- Provide practical tips for conquering chaos (even tech).
- Offer my #1 trick to staying on schedule.
- Present an u.n.d.e.r.s.t.a.n.d.a.b.l.e. mini technology primer.
Those last two bullets?
Part of a bonus 8th step unique to the book, where you’ll find a Q&A of sorts.
Step 8 even includes a The Day-to-Day section plus tips to non-overwhelming mealtime. Yep! I’m talking about not cooking for days but eating well (without paying delivery fees). My #2 trick to staying on schedule, really.
Enjoy the occasional humor as I weave the story for you. I’ve learned laughing at ourselves can help our mood. And I don’t mind if you laugh with me. Or at least smile now and then.
I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised at what I’ve packed into these 64 pages of a book/workbook combo.
Let me help you save a bunch of time as you learn tips for getting biz-and-life under control.
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Welcome to non-overwhelm!
Kathie York has 30+ years of experience as a trainer, tech writer, and software tester all over the U.S. Her background allows her to reach clients in various disciplines, helping them create their non-overwhelm.
Kathie and her husband Ron share Indianapolis as their hometown but now reside in northwest Indiana (via Shreveport, Louisiana; Jacksonville, Florida; and Albuquerque, New Mexico).
The ‘pet’ squirrel in their backyard loves almonds, pecans, and walnuts … and hopes this family stays put!
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