Hack the Mobile Lifestyle: 6 Steps to Work Well and Play More!

by Health, Productivity, Travel

Hack the Mobile Lifestyle: 6 Steps to Work Well and Play More is now published on Amazon.com!

Do you travel for your J-O-B and give up on health and fitness because it's too hard to eat right and exercise?
Are you a constant multitasker that can't seem to cut down on that task list?
Have you walked miles in the airport, sweated in the hotel fitness center, wasted time tracking miles and left your cord in a coffee shop outlet? I've spent the last year writing a book on health and productivity hacks for:
  1. Air Travel
  2. Hotel
  3. Auto
  4. Mobile Office
  5. Parties/Conferences/Meetings
  6. HomeSmall changes create big results over time. Hack the Mobile Lifestyle: 6 Steps to Work Well and Play More incorporates behavior change into delivering the life you want to lead. Quick, easy steps that provide solutions to your mobile issues.Chapters include the topics Airport Nutrition, Airport Meetings, Packing for Travel, Suitcase Essentials, Sleeping on the Road, Hotel Safety, Stress Reduction, Mobile Productivity, Email Management, Task Prioritization, Time Management, Virtual Assistants, The #1 Biggest Mistake at Parties and Meetings, Relationships and Connection and Making Your Home Easier for Travel, and much more!It doesn't matter if you travel internationally, domestically or locally, if you spend more than 50% of your job traveling, this book is right up your alley!

    Stop making excuses and start maximizing your health and productivity. If you want to Work Well, Play More and feel like a superhero, download your copy on Amazon.com. Don't have a Kindle? No problem! It can be downloaded on any tablet or computer by downloading the Kindle App. Want to show me some love or help other MoPros out by giving a review of the book? Share your thoughts with an Amazon or Goodreads.com review.

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