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Publisher's Summary

Learn how to put an end to busyness and finally have more time to live your life on your own terms.
"I don't have time."
When was the last time you heard that or said it yourself? A few days ago? Yesterday? Today?
Every day is full of things to do, people to see, and decisions to make. When do you get time for yourself, and what you really want to do?
Time is your most precious commodity; everyone has only so much. So why do you spend it like you have an unlimited supply? When the Grim Reaper finally comes for you, will you smile, remembering all the experiences you had that made you happy, or will you think back with a tear at all the "what ifs" you missed because you just didn't have the time?
How to Have More Time will help you reclaim your time for you, your goals, and your sanity. Learn some of the tricks to make the time for a healthier lifestyle: have time to eat better food, exercise more, and surround yourself with people who are good for you.
In this audiobook you'll discover:



The biggest time suck in your life and ways you can better deal with it. Trends show more and more people are starting to get how big of a time suck this one thing is; you're about to find out the what, why, and how.
How working harder is actually counterproductive and ends up taking more time - and you can learn what to do instead.
How to maximize your time to do everything you need to and still have time for yourself. Yes, it is possible to have your cake and eat it, too.
How a materialistic lifestyle robs you of precious time and why it's a surefire way to attract unhappiness in your life.
The silent robbers that do nothing but steal time from you.

Take the journey through this book to cut away the unessential and maximize the use of your time.
©2016 Martin Meadows (P)2016 Meadows Publishing
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5 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 05-27-16

10 thumbs up!!!

A lot of small tips and subjects to make urself more efficient and build more personal time. High Recommended Book.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Isaac Ring on 05-24-16

Take charge of your time

How to Have More Time is another solid listen from Martin Meadows and read by John Gagnepain.

Why do I recommend you listen and then apply the ideas expressed in this book? Because if you implement even a couple of the ways to have more time in this book, you will find that you have more time to do what you really want to spend your time on.

Do yourself a favor and invest the time to read/listen and apply the material. I guarantee It will multiply your time effectiveness.

Isaac

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4 out of 5 stars
By Hayley on 06-08-17

small insight into the bigger picture

The concept of Time is a big one even though we all have the same 24hrs in our day but some people can manage their time to achieve more. For those who know me, know i always achieve lots in my days because i choose to fill it with things that are going to make my being on this planet all worth it in the end. I can say i did it.
However, from time to time even i come off the rails so i dowmloaded this book to get me back on track and although the book mostly served as a revision piece for me, it may not be enough information for someone starting out who may need more in depth "How to" instead of just "Why". However it is definitely a great first step and has many tips to get the brain viewing the concept of time differently and a great snapshot delivered with passion of the subject matter if you don't have the time to listen to anything longer ;-)

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