My Desk Is Driving Me Crazy

#1 International amazon bestseller

My Desk Is Driving Me Crazy

When you're overly busy or have too much on your plate, getting more done isn’t the answer. This counter-intuitive book shows you how to easily sort what is important from what isn’t – and let the non-important things go – so you can put your energy on what truly matters to you.

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This may sound crazy, but reading this book was like going to a spa and talking to the best business guru you’ve ever met – at the same time. Every page of this book will inspire calm, clarity, and pure business sanity. You have to buy this book for absolutely every worried, exhausted and beautiful entrepreneur you know.
— Tama Kieves, bestselling author of Inspired & Unstoppable and A Year without Fear
My Desk Is Driving Me Crazy is a must read! Addiction to busyness is a serious problem that finally someone is addressing. Thank you, Sue Rasmussen, for empowering readers to connect with their inner wisdom and shift from overwhelm and busyness to ease and grace.
— Barbara Stanny, bestselling author of Secrets of Six-Figure Women and Sacred Success
A generous work of inspiration. Sue Rasmussen shows us how to find and follow our own kind of simplicity out of the chaos we create. This funny, friendly, smart book is not just about your desk… it’s about clearing your head in anything you do.
— Barbara Sher, bestselling author of I Could Do Anything If I Only Knew What It Was and Refuse to Choose
I loved Sue’s book - not only because she so perfectly identified my situation, but because her perception-shifting ideas are the first ones I’ve read on this subject that actually feel like they will work for me.
Instead of telling me how to “be a better organizer,” or “time manager,” she spoke to a core truth that resonated deeply with me: transform your life (and your desk!) by focusing on the things that truly matter and letting go of all the rest.
Sue’s book is more than good advice - it is a road map and instruction manual for a business (and a life!) that feels sane, focused, and on track. If you are looking for a quick fix, this book is not for you. If you are looking for deep, long-lasting transformation, then you’ve just discovered gold in the pages of this book.
— Karen Schachter, Founder of Dishing with Your Daughter
Sue Rasmussen’s book, My Desk Is Driving Me Crazy, is fantastic – and offers way more than the book title implies. The book is full of wisdom and brilliant guidance that helped me step back into my life, my Source, my body, my thinking and my decisions. I love Sue’s writing style. It’s as though she is sitting across from me at the local coffee shop. Her style is engaging and addictive – in a fantastic way.
— Lee Miller
This is fantastic advice to help get you out of the trap of busyness. We are constantly being pulled in 10 different directions at any given time because we have allowed it to happen. I loved the advice, “Get rid of the good, to make room for great.” The steps the author recommends aren’t easy. In fact they may feel similar to breaking an addiction. They are necessary, though. I’ve been trying to take control of my schedule and my inbox and it feels like coralling kittens. It takes being radical and ruthless as you cull the unnecessary out of your life. This is a well written book filled with great, advice that you CAN and should implement. I’d recommend this to...well, everyone!
— Heather Ericsson
In a world of experts and gurus peddling their advice for what you “should do” to lead a happy life or build a better business, Sue has a different message. Strip away the external noise and influences around you and listen to your voice within. That’s where the magic happens. You can trust that ONLY YOU know what’s best for you, in your life and your business. You CAN trust yourself. Sue offers tools and techniques to shut out the external messaging that bombards us all so that you can hear that inner voice.
— Leslie Evans Thorne
I love this book. Sue has taken a struggle so common it is widely accepted as the normal state of being and flipped it. What if the norm is actively preventing us from achieving our heart’s desire? What if doing less really does accomplish more? Why is ‘free time’ considered a luxury or a sign of weakness vs. an essential step in the creative process? We advise people to ‘sleep on it’ when faced with a difficult problem. What if the same methodology was approached while we are awake? This book is for everyone who has felt the pinch of never-ending emails, projects, and to-do lists and who strives for that sense of inner balance. It offers a way to reconnect to the person who had a passion that ignited a career path. Learn how to let go. Read this book...and give yourself the break you deserve.
— Rose on Amazon