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Feeling fatigued? Wish you could have more get-up-and-go?

If you're like millions of Americans, you get home from a long day with barely enough energy to lift the remote control. But with Laura Stack's comprehensive plan, you can regain your vitality in just three weeks. Let the Productivity Pro help you eliminate the "energy bandits" from all aspects of your life - from your diet and your work schedule to your environment and your relationships - so you can start living in a way that will boost your energy.

Focusing on simple changes that make a huge difference, The Exhaustion Cure presents manageable ways to:

  • Cut down on "energy bandits" and fill up on "energy boosters".
  • Stop relying on caffeine, cigarettes, and other substances to keep you going.
  • Avoid letting negative situations or people control your thoughts and actions.
  • Sneak in time for fitness during the busiest days.
  • Accomplish your goals and find more time to devote to your family.
  • ©2008 Laura Stack (P)2008 Books on Tape

    Critic Reviews

    "Laura Stack provides a ton of practical techniques for keeping energy up in our time-starved era. I love this book because it is easy to reference and fun to read." (Vince Poscente, author of The Age of Speed)
    "If you're feeling tired, overwhelmed, and ready for change, The Exhaustion Cure is packed with realistic strategies for taking better care of your most important asset: you. You will refer to it again and again in your journey to a more energetic life." (Valorie Burton, author of How Did I Get So Busy?)

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    • S Prabhu
    • 28-12-2008

    Lot of common sense advice, but....

    Lot of common sense advice, but probably a book to be read rather than heard. Sounds like my mother telling me what I should be doing-in some well-meaning way, it does help to remind one of how to take care of one's physical and spritual health.
    Listening to several web addresses being read out does not make great listening.

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