“When you do less, your intuition gets louder and you’re able to steer the ship of your life based on a deeper wisdom than when you make decisions from the anxiety and immediacy of doing too much.”
Kate Northrup, author of Do Less
We all aspire to break free from the cycle of burnout, and transform our lives into efficient yet harmonious processes of delight and productivity. In Do Less, you’ll get the permission and tools to change the way you approach your life, and embrace living in tune with the cyclical nature of the feminine.
By cutting out the extraneous busyness, you’ll have more satisfaction and joy, and you’ll let yourself be more often instead of doing all the time. Kate Northrup inspires positive growth through guided “experiments” – meditations, journal prompts, questions for reflection on what is really important-as well as stories and tips she has developed in her own journey an entrepreneur and a mom.
While the book is geared towards working moms, it is also a brilliant read for anyone seeking positive, constructive advice on how to find more time in their life when there just doesn’t seem to be any!
“When you do less, you have more energy, time, and enthusiasm for the things that matter the most to you. And focusing in on those catapults your results in ways that feel miraculous but turn out to be a logical result of giving what matters your attention.”
About the Author
As an entrepreneur, best-selling author of Money: A Love Story, and mother, Kate Northrup supports ambitious, motivated, and successful women to light up the world without burning themselves out in the process.
Committed to empowering women entrepreneurs to create their most successful businesses while navigating motherhood, Kate is the founder and CEO of Origin Collective, a monthly membership site where women all over the world gather to achieve more while doing less.
Her work has been featured by the TODAY Show, Yahoo! Finance, Women’s Health, Glamour, and The Huffington Post, and she’s spoken to audiences of thousands with Hay House, Wanderlust, USANA Health Sciences, and more.