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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Time management is so last year, just get productive!!
As a mum of twins with a full time managerial job in a stressful, time critical workplace and a husband who works shifts it can be difficult to get things done at times, both of us like to think that we are good at time management, whilst accepting that there are loads of time vacuums in our lives (the internet for starters) that can eat precious time up.

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Published on 18 Dec. 2012 by FLB

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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Put this book down and do something productive
Anyone organised enough to do all the exercises in this book probably doesn't need it. Its simplistic tone is epitomised by the use of hideous clip-art-style illustrations on every page, which makes it look like an amateur PowerPoint presentation. Is there any quicker way to destroy your credibility and look unprofessional?

As with all such books, the author is...
Published on 28 Nov. 2012 by Patrick Neylan


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4 of 14 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars A collection of mind numbingly trivial exercises, 28 July 2012
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G. Simpson "Barton Recruiter" (Barton, UK) - See all my reviews
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When I ordered this book a couple of months ago there was no Kindle version listed so in hindsight I should have waited and then downloaded and deleted a sample chapter...

The book is a collection of random exercises which are usually found in Readers Digest or Tabloid magazines aimed either at those who possess no common sense , a particularly feeble brain or have plenty of time to waste - do I need to do an exercise to find my energy levels or to discover my needs and desires -I'm surprised it wasn't sold with a set of crayons and a colouring book but I guess I could spend the time colouring in the graphics which litter every page - ooooh let's discuss getting a goal and targets and illustrate that with a picture of a dartboard.

If your'e the sort of person who finds Hello Magazine a stretch then maybe but as for me it's £7 and 20 minutes of my life lost - and another book in landfill.

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