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Chad Doeden
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Inspirational blogger, personal development coach, and personality consultant. Feeling overwhelmed? Download my new eBook now! www.chaddoeden.com/ebook-sign-up/
Inspirational blogger, personal development coach, and personality consultant. Feeling overwhelmed? Download my new eBook now! www.chaddoeden.com/ebook-sign-up/

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7 Weeks - Habit & Goal Tracker
fyi this is a really cool habit tracking app. Remember, "whatever is measured, is managed."
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Have you ever felt guilty? Maybe you had a tough day with the kids and decided to let yourself splurge a little by eating your favorite comfort food. Or maybe you’ve felt guilty for wanting to take time for yourself when your children need constant care and supervision. Or maybe you’ve even wondered if you would’ve made a different choice when it came to having kids and you feel awful for even considering that option.

Being a mom is tough. I’m obviously not one but I’ve talked to several moms who are or have been through exactly what you’re going through and there seems to be a common theme. While you love your kids dearly, there’s just never enough time to fully accomplish everything that needs to be done. It often seems like there’s not enough time or energy for your marriage not to mention taking a few minutes for yourself!

Diapers, potty-training, co-ops, education, cleaning (oh, so much cleaning), dirt and “other stuff” everywhere, planning meals, grocery shopping, keeping your spouse happy, pressure from other moms, pressure from society, church groups, and maybe even a little social time. Let’s face it, it can be overwhelming. So let me ask you this.

What would it be like to have even a few minutes a day to take care of yourself WITHOUT feeling guilty? Would that boost your confidence and energy?

What would it mean to you to be able to keep your kids happy, your husband happy, a clean house, and still have the mental capacity to work on your own project or hobby?

What would it mean to you to have structure and organization in your life allowing you to be productive and disciplined?

Does that sound farfetched? Well I’m here to tell you it’s possible. The topic of being overwhelmed in life has fascinated me for a while now. I have experienced it firsthand in several different stages of life. This is why I’m writing a book on the feeling of being overwhelmed. This book covers many scenarios I was in (usually by my own doing) and what I did to get out of them as well as things I’ve learned from moms who are struggling with it right now. It’s also about how I’ve transformed my life into one that is more peaceful, focused, energized, and productive in spite of the adversities and challenges that come with anything in life. It talks about specific steps to overcoming many of the common themes in life that cause us to become overwhelmed in the first place. There’s a lot more I could say, but I’m wondering, does this sound like something you would buy when it’s finished? I’m not looking for a commitment, only interest to see if it’s worth my time to keep writing.

If this sounds like something you want to learn more about or keep updated on my progress for the release date, sign up with this link.

http://www.chaddoeden.com/ebook-sign-up/

You check your phone. It’s 1:30 am. You have a big test at 8. You count the hours to see how much studying you can get done and still get 4 or 5 hours of sleep. You consider just quitting and winging it in the morning and think “after all, I won’t really learn anything new when I’m this tired…”

Sound familiar? Let’s face it. College is tough. Then you add in the one, two, or even three part time jobs you have to keep in order to pay rent, tuition, books, supplies, parking fees, caffeine (which we all know is a necessity in college), gas money to get home for break (maybe). And not to mention clubs and organizations, fraternity or sorority meetings, events, activities, 11pm rehearsals, 5am practices, etc… And of course trying to scrape out of the time you have left some amount of social life so you don’t completely go insane during the 4-7 years you spend at a university.

I’ve been there. Yeah college has its fun moments but it can also be extremely stressful and overwhelming, especially when you’re just getting started (or just finishing; you know what I mean, seniors). So now let me ask you this.

What would you do if you could dramatically reduce the amount of stress and the feeling of being overwhelmed?

What would it mean to you to have more time to focus and relax?

What would it mean to you if you actually enjoyed the entire college experience including the studying, the extracurricular activities, and didn’t have to worry so much about grades, money, or what your friends think?

Does that sound farfetched? Well I’m here to tell you it’s possible. The topic of being overwhelmed in life has fascinated me for a while now. I have experienced it firsthand in several different stages of life including college. This is why I’m writing a book on the feeling of being overwhelmed. This book covers many scenarios I was in (usually by my own doing) and what I did to get out of them. It’s also about how I’ve transformed my life into one that is more peaceful, focused, energized, and productive. It talks about specific steps to overcoming many of the common themes in life that cause us to become overwhelmed in the first place. There’s a lot more I could say, but I’m wondering, does this sound like something you would buy when it’s finished? I’m not looking for a commitment, only interest to see if it’s worth my time to keep writing.

If this sounds like something you want to learn more about or keep updated on my progress for the release date, sign up with this link.

http://www.chaddoeden.com/ebook-sign-up/

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Overwhelmed? Check out my new project...
College Life
College Life
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Good content over here for optimizing your network online.
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I scored 800 wpm in Speed Reading Drill 1 #Speed #Reading #Coach +Novellectual
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I completed Schulte Table Drill 1 in 24.6 seconds #Speed #Reading #Coach +Novellectual
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Struggle with Mondays? Me too, until I found some of these tips and tricks. Check out my new post!
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Hey guys, I'm working on upping my Google+ game. Stay tuned more more updates and awesome content!
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