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Jeff Goldberg and Steve Bookbinder combine their wit, intellect, and common sense in this entertaining, data packed instructional manual. They draw on their personal insight, diversified experiences, and passion for life coaching in the writing and production of Leverage Your Laziness! In this collaboration they introduce an approach designed to use leverage and laziness a Jeff Goldberg and Steve Bookbinder combine their wit, intellect, and common sense in this entertaining, data packed instructional manual. They draw on their personal insight, diversified experiences, and passion for life coaching in the writing and production of Leverage Your Laziness! In this collaboration they introduce an approach designed to use leverage and laziness as a strategy for attaining effective performance with the least work and the added bonus of sensing the enjoyment of accomplishment. Steve helps the reader discover how to recognize and utilize their strongest strengths in their personal strategy for success. Jeff introduces keys to focus on those things you enjoy most in your work to increase your personal productivity with the least effort. Sixteen principles, dozens of motivational quotes from dozens of recognized leaders, and the opportunity for individual readers to get specific in applying these principles personally make up the format of this humorous, practical, and powerful guidebook. Concise, and compact, yet comprehensive Leverage Your Laziness! is an important tool for the established entrepreneur, for successful leaders, for life coaches, and for those who "wanna be" rich and famous.


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Jeff Goldberg and Steve Bookbinder combine their wit, intellect, and common sense in this entertaining, data packed instructional manual. They draw on their personal insight, diversified experiences, and passion for life coaching in the writing and production of Leverage Your Laziness! In this collaboration they introduce an approach designed to use leverage and laziness a Jeff Goldberg and Steve Bookbinder combine their wit, intellect, and common sense in this entertaining, data packed instructional manual. They draw on their personal insight, diversified experiences, and passion for life coaching in the writing and production of Leverage Your Laziness! In this collaboration they introduce an approach designed to use leverage and laziness as a strategy for attaining effective performance with the least work and the added bonus of sensing the enjoyment of accomplishment. Steve helps the reader discover how to recognize and utilize their strongest strengths in their personal strategy for success. Jeff introduces keys to focus on those things you enjoy most in your work to increase your personal productivity with the least effort. Sixteen principles, dozens of motivational quotes from dozens of recognized leaders, and the opportunity for individual readers to get specific in applying these principles personally make up the format of this humorous, practical, and powerful guidebook. Concise, and compact, yet comprehensive Leverage Your Laziness! is an important tool for the established entrepreneur, for successful leaders, for life coaches, and for those who "wanna be" rich and famous.

30 review for Leverage Your Laziness: How to do what you love, ALL THE TIME!

  1. 5 out of 5

    Katarina

    I like the title of the book, but it's a bit misleading unless you understand the author's definition of lazy. This is not a book about how to make a million dollars a month by working 10 minutes a day, as nice as that would be. Instead it's a book about being lazy, meaning finding the kind of work that pays you without feeling like work. It's the zone where work, commitments and pleasure all become one, so work doesn't feel like work. You are doing something you love and would do anyway, on your I like the title of the book, but it's a bit misleading unless you understand the author's definition of lazy. This is not a book about how to make a million dollars a month by working 10 minutes a day, as nice as that would be. Instead it's a book about being lazy, meaning finding the kind of work that pays you without feeling like work. It's the zone where work, commitments and pleasure all become one, so work doesn't feel like work. You are doing something you love and would do anyway, on your own time, but you've turned it into your profession. Sounds like a dream job to me. The book gives ideas how to figure out what your laziness is.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Bohannon

    This witty and inspiring book reminds everyone to look inside themselves and rediscover what makes them happy. Sometimes we get caught up in the hustle and bustle of life when we really should take a step back and be "lazy". Steve Bookbinder and Jeff Goldberg encourage people to decide what truly makes them happy and then figure out how to do it with as little effort as possible. With humor and simple but effective ideas, this book may help you make the push towards a "lazy life". This witty and inspiring book reminds everyone to look inside themselves and rediscover what makes them happy. Sometimes we get caught up in the hustle and bustle of life when we really should take a step back and be "lazy". Steve Bookbinder and Jeff Goldberg encourage people to decide what truly makes them happy and then figure out how to do it with as little effort as possible. With humor and simple but effective ideas, this book may help you make the push towards a "lazy life".

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jay Fox

    Let me start by saying I would never want to be considered LAZY. However, the authors definition varies drastically from the common usage of the adjective. I enjoyed this quick read which contained some great advice for your working relationships. Everyone should find their Ginger. Reviewer's copy courtesy of NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Let me start by saying I would never want to be considered LAZY. However, the authors definition varies drastically from the common usage of the adjective. I enjoyed this quick read which contained some great advice for your working relationships. Everyone should find their Ginger. Reviewer's copy courtesy of NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Melinda

    This book is a quick read. I love the cover of the book. Each chapter covers one of the sixteen principles of leveraging your laziness! It does not mean sit back and do nothing all day. Instead of just going to work, find out what you really want to do, what you are the best at, and do it. The more time you spend every day finding your niche, the happier you will be. Also teaches the importance of surrounding yourself with people who support you in your "laziness". Weed out things or people that This book is a quick read. I love the cover of the book. Each chapter covers one of the sixteen principles of leveraging your laziness! It does not mean sit back and do nothing all day. Instead of just going to work, find out what you really want to do, what you are the best at, and do it. The more time you spend every day finding your niche, the happier you will be. Also teaches the importance of surrounding yourself with people who support you in your "laziness". Weed out things or people that do not inspire you consistently or hold you down because it is not worth the effort. Once you do that physically, you have to do it mentally too. The principle that was the most useful to me was once you get rid of the dead weight of what is holding you back in life, you have to refuse to pay the dead relationship tax. You can not carry around the guilt or the entrapment of carrying around what was holding you back. Let it go! Some of the material was common sense, but it was a helpful reminder of what we need to be doing that inspires us. Each chapter shared quotes about things in life. My favorite quote was "Write only what you love, and love what you write. The key word is love. You have to get up in the morning and write something you love, something to live for." - Ray Bradbury. The authors ask you questions to reflect on throughout the book to help you find your "laziness". There is space in the book to write down your answers. If you are looking for a short read, and wanting to find what you love to do to leverage your laziness than this book is for you. Received complimentary from Goodreads Giveaway for a honest review

  5. 5 out of 5

    Barbara M

    The only reason I picked up this book to read was because of the title. The title is intriguing and kind of funny! I applaud the author for his creativity in coming up with that title! The author's definition of "laziness" is a little different than what you might think. He is not instructing you how to be lazy and do nothing. The book is really about how to value your time and do the things you love and are passionate about. He suggests that you rid yourself of meaningless things you are doing & The only reason I picked up this book to read was because of the title. The title is intriguing and kind of funny! I applaud the author for his creativity in coming up with that title! The author's definition of "laziness" is a little different than what you might think. He is not instructing you how to be lazy and do nothing. The book is really about how to value your time and do the things you love and are passionate about. He suggests that you rid yourself of meaningless things you are doing & meaningless relationships. His theory is that when you do what you love and what you are passionate about and what you are good at doing - success will follow. I rated it 3 stars since to me it really wasn't what I would consider a book. It was more like an article or essay. It was a quick read - I read it in under an hour. I enjoyed reading it. It had some interesting insights, some interesting stories/examples, and some good advice was offered. Some of the advice was common sense - but sometimes we all can use a dose of common sense! I especially enjoyed his advice about ditching relationships with friends or workers - when they become "dead" or toxic. His theory is that they sap your energy - he is right. I have personally found removing people like that from my life - does indeed free up my energy and gives me time to develop new productive and positive relationships with other people.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Teena in Toronto

    Who wouldn't want to do what you love all the time? What most people call "lazy", the authors call "life as it was meant to be lived". According to the authors, most people get their best work done when they are being lazy. It's the lack of laziness in their lives that keeps them from achieving what they could and should be achieving. To start, there are three statements for you to complete for self-discovery to find out what you actually like doing: * Even if nobody paid me to do it, I would sti Who wouldn't want to do what you love all the time? What most people call "lazy", the authors call "life as it was meant to be lived". According to the authors, most people get their best work done when they are being lazy. It's the lack of laziness in their lives that keeps them from achieving what they could and should be achieving. To start, there are three statements for you to complete for self-discovery to find out what you actually like doing: * Even if nobody paid me to do it, I would still ... * Time flies when I'm helping someone to ... * If I were the central character of a major Hollywood film, my character would ... There are sixteen principles (including finding people whose personalities and likes are the opposite of yours, unloading things you don't like to do to someone else who likes to do them, and getting rid of the negative people in your life) along with accompanying quotes and assignments (if aren't too lazy to do them). I liked the writing style. I found it conversational and at times comical. For me, this book is a good reminder to focus on what I enjoy and do it (and let others who like to do what I don't like to do do it so I have time to do more of the stuff I like) and to keep negativity out in my life. Blog review post: http://www.teenaintoronto.com/2013/07...

  7. 5 out of 5

    Shilpa

    Jeff Goldberg and Steve Bookbinder combine their wit, intellect, and common sense in this entertaining, data packed instructional manual. It’s a quick read with 67 pages in total. A lot of their common sense advice is just that, but we all need a reminder. What I loved about the way the book was set up was the fusion of some inspiring quotes from famous people. These solidified what the authors were trying to get across.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Short Sorceress

    I was sent a copy of the book for review through Net Galley, as always, all opinions are my own. I picked this book up, both because of the title and the fact that it is a short read. I was looking for some quick summer reading that might help me feel more motivated once fall (my busy season) started. A lot of what I read in this book was common sense wisdom. I wish I had been able to take more away from it than I did.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Carrie

    I enjoyed this quick nifty little book. I loved it. It instantly inspired me to change up a few things in my life. So I wouldn't have to do as much of course. This book would be perfect for anyone who is starting a new business adventure or to revamp an old one. Great ideas. Great advice. Lots of humor. *Goodreads Giveaway Winner I enjoyed this quick nifty little book. I loved it. It instantly inspired me to change up a few things in my life. So I wouldn't have to do as much of course. This book would be perfect for anyone who is starting a new business adventure or to revamp an old one. Great ideas. Great advice. Lots of humor. *Goodreads Giveaway Winner

  10. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Taylor

    Fun and light read. Despite how short it is, it maps out a plan to spend more time each day in your Genius Zone. That means spending more time doing what you were put on the planet to do and less time on things you don't enjoy or suck at. Fun and light read. Despite how short it is, it maps out a plan to spend more time each day in your Genius Zone. That means spending more time doing what you were put on the planet to do and less time on things you don't enjoy or suck at.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Laurie Bok

    See my Blog....Living Life by the Seat of Your Pants http://midlifermusings.blogspot.com/2... See my Blog....Living Life by the Seat of Your Pants http://midlifermusings.blogspot.com/2...

  12. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    I really enjoyed this book... Quick read too...

  13. 4 out of 5

    Joo Kee

    I did not feel it was a good book. Very lazy writing.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Cecilia Dunbar Hernandez

  15. 4 out of 5

    Chris Ostrowski

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    Amy Breen

  17. 4 out of 5

    Maryann Manogue

  18. 5 out of 5

    Kathe

  19. 4 out of 5

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  20. 5 out of 5

    Dan Gregson

  21. 5 out of 5

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  22. 5 out of 5

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  23. 4 out of 5

    Joe Jestus

  24. 5 out of 5

    Ema Jones

  25. 5 out of 5

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  26. 4 out of 5

    Peter Saddler

  27. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly Fisher

  28. 5 out of 5

    Robert E.

  29. 4 out of 5

    René

  30. 4 out of 5

    Christy

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