MULTITASKING? NO, THANKS
From perfect All-rounder to flawed and happy
Chiara Cecutti is an Inspirational and Motivational Speaker. Expert in Female Leadership, she is Life Coach and Counselor for the Empowerment of Women, and Executive Coach for Middle and Top Management (men and women) in national and multinational companies. A Team Building expert, she has an Advanced Master in Neuro-Linguistic Programming and a Master in Human Resource Management, specializing in Coaching and Modeling at NLP University in Santa Cruz, California. Qualified to teach self-help te...
Amusingly illustrated by Elena Triolo, this book is about the alleged virtue of multitasking, often considered strictly female and legitimized by a few theories that consider multitasking as a matter of genetics if not a mere social construct.
In an ironic, brilliant and straight-forward way, Chiara Cecutti investigates how multitasking may turn into a boomerang for women and why so many women still insist on keeping their fingers in many pies.
She takes the myth of female perfection down a few notches and warns the women who spend their lives bustling about to keep up with their work, family and home without ever delegating or asking for help, how risky this attitude is and how it can damage personal relationships and love ties, as well as physical and mental wellbeing.
The author looks into some real-life cases to show how to do less and get more; she warns women against chasing the myth of female superpowers and provides useful tips to learn how to delegate and ease the daily workload.
-Stefania Lupi for "Voglia di Salute", 22.03.2020 -Patrizia Simonetti for "Spettacolomania.it" 03.03.2020