"Workaholic?" is a pocket-sized guide that will lead you through a path of creating healthier habits.

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If you have ever felt overworked, this book is for you. Join me on this journey to discover how you can work less and enjoy life more.

 

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MARIA MATARELLI

"I'm constantly looking for ways to work less and take the time to enjoy life more. Join me on this journey."

 

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Maria Matarelli is an international business consultant, professional speaker, world traveler, and a self-proclaimed aspiring recovering workaholic. Maria is constantly discovering ways to better enjoy life and is sharing these tips with others who also want more out of life than just work.

 

Maria helps companies be more efficient and get results. With more than 10 years experience consulting Fortune 100 and start-up companies, Maria travels to consult businesses and speak at conferences from Vancouver to Morocco, Sweden, New York, Hawaii, Istanbul and many other locations. After realizing she worked way too much, Maria has been on a quest to enjoy life.

 

She finally achieved a lifelong dream of breaking out of a 9-to-5 job, and after spending half of every year of her life in snow, has finally escaped the bitter cold Chicago winters. Maria decided to migrate south for the winter and opened up shop doing business consulting on the beach in Florida,  www.BoardroomOnTheBeach.com. On a mission to end corporate slavery, Maria is dedicated to inspiring people, showing them a better way to work, and helping people realize their dreams.

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(c) 2014 Maria Matarelli