In the News: Tiffany Dufu & Drop the Ball
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“The Real Reason You’re Burned Out”
MSNBC live with stephanie ruhle
“What Should Be Done About Mothers and Unpaid Labor”
the new york times book review
“The Simple Solution to Clearing the To Do List”
good morning america
“Why Dropping the Ball Will Help You Win the School Year”
the new york times
"How Tiffany Dufu, Author and Activist, Spends Her Sundays"
"Why You Should Read Drop the Ball"
"Dropping the Ball and Other Leadership Lessons from Tiffany Dufu"
"Get That Life: How I Made a Career Out of Helping Young Women Succeed"
"The Key to Gender Equality Isn't in the Workplace or the White House—It's at Home"
Tiffany Interviews Sheryl Sandberg on Life After Her Husband's Death
The guardian uk
"Why Women Should Expect Less of Themselves and More of Their Partner"
new york post
"How to Get Your Husband to Do More Around the House"
"Want to Thrive at Work? You Need the Right Romantic Partner"
"An Economic Theory Developed in 1817 Can Cut Your To-Do List in Half"
Motto / Time.com
"Too Many Responsibilities? Just Drop Them. Seriously."
"How to Achieve More by Doing Less (Really!)"
"Springtime Inspiration: 8 New Money & Career Books by Female Authors"
"Which Lady Boss Book Should Be Your New Career Bible?"
"Tiffany Dufu Talks About Her Memoir, Drop the Ball"
"The Joy of a To-Don't List"
"Why I Dropped This Unrealistic Expectation of Doing It All"
"Let it Go: Author Tiffany Dufu on Why Moms Should Drop the Ball"
Good Life Project
Podcast: "What if the Power Move Was Just to Let Go?"
Excerpt: "I Was the Family Micromanager—Here's How I Learned to Let Go"
"5 Ways Dropping the Ball Can Actually Benefit You"
the huffington post
Interview with Tiffany Dufu on How to Drop the Ball by Marianne Schnall
"How Tiffany Dufu Is Achieving More By Doing Less"
"My Secret to Achieving More Is a Book About Doing Less"
"I Have my Four Go-To Habits: Go to the Gym, Go to Lunch, Go to Events, Go to Sleep"
"To-Do Lists are Out. Don't Do Lists Are In."
THE AFTER SHOW BY APRÈS
Podcast interview with Jennifer Gefsky, co-founder of Après