Most professionals lead busy lives and never seem to have enough time. In a practical, optimistic, easy-to-read book, time-management guru Laura Vanderkam shows how you can become more productive yet still feel less harried. While time grants everyone the same 168 hours each week, you decide how to spend yours, so choose wisely. Start by tracking your hours to figure out where you spend your most precious resource.
About the Author
Time-management guru Laura Vanderkam is the author of All the Money in the World, 168 Hours and Grindhopping. She co-hosts the podcast Best of Both Worlds.
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