How are Listful Living and Listful Thinking Different?

One of the questions I’ve been asked most often as I prepare to publish my second book, Listful Living: A List-Making Journey to a Less Stressed You, is…

“How is Listful Living different from your first book Listful Thinking?”

I’m so glad you asked! I even did a Facebook Live about this topic. 

I’ve had an eventful few years since I wrote Listful Thinking.

Exactly one year after it published — my appendix burst.

A very dramatic way to slow down and embrace a new mantra, “Rest is the New Hustle.” 

Then I started my own business as a media trainer and strategist and joined the entrepreneurial world full time. 

I threw out the structure of a corporate environment that I’ve known my whole career and needed new ways to be productive.  

These changes made me embrace a more minimalist approach to my productivity. I’m all about quality not quantity. 

My first book Listful Thinking: Using Lists to be More Productive, Highly Successful and Less Stressed is list making 101. 

How, why, when, etc. 

It’s a great guide to help you up your list-making game or start making lists if you’re not as organized as you’d like to be. 

Listful Living: A List-Making Journey to a Less Stressed You is a journal and meant to be worked through to help you create a life that is less stressed and more fulfilled. It is a great companion to Listful Thinking. 

Listful Living goes a step further asking how you can be more mindful about your productivity. It will help you design your life in a way where you put the right things on your list and feel less stressed and happier at the end of the day. 

I created a formula and walk you through step-by-step.

Listful Living has many exercises for you to complete throughout the book. 

We’re not just talking about lists, we’re living them! 

Get in on the action by ordering your copy here

As with my last book launch I have set up an amazing VIP Launch Team who is helping me get the word out about the book. 

They’ve written some reviews here on Goodreads which will give you a real sense of how the book can be used in your daily life. 

As a thank you, here’s the complete list of my lovely VIPs: 

Garette Johnson

Darcie Rowan

Tony Martignetti

Joia Houheneka

Erica Watkins 

Bronwyn Leroux

Jenny Powers 

Brian Harrington

Lola Salvador Akinwunmi

Judith Boice 

Jim Hohl

Suzanne Kingsbury

Dee Bowden

Stephanie Jurva

Jessica Ryan

Krystal Butherus

Geanne M Bowman

Laura DeAngelis

Frances Aranda

Keyana Harrison

Thomas Masson II

Jessica White

Charlene Anderson

Ashwini Ravishankar

Linda DeCarlo

Heather Dewsbury

Victoria Klein

Marnely Murray

Sarah Montana

Natalie LeVasseur

Kent Sisco

Melissa Smith

Jacqueline Tschetter

Naveen Atwal

Kathy Gubser

Erin Katherine

Robert Cucchiaro

Sharon Hazelrigg

Julia Andrews

Alexandria Hein Sillo

Nicole Feldman

Nicole Meiselbach

Irene Berman

Paula Conway

Michele Strittmatter

Angie Michel-Barnes

Melissa Browne Weir

Lindsay C. Walsh

Jessica Mulvihill Moran

Colleen Cappon

Jennifer Reilly Walsh

Nicole Kwan

Avinash Ramsadeen

Shelagh Braley

Sandra De Capers

Arianny L. Rodriguez

Susan E Hetzel

Kathleen Bligh Yoh

Eileen Wyner

Caitlin Anne

Shari Bare Haughey

Joni Werth Gebhard

Katie LeBarron

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