There are tons of self-help books on time management, goals, relationships, etc. They all seem to focus on one system that everyone is suppose to fit into but this book is different. The author has an in-depth understanding and firsthand experience with all kinds of people. He knows a set method or process does not meet everyone’s needs. The focal point of the author’s book is to provide the reader not one method but thirty different ideas on how to refocus and recover time you thought you did not have. While other books force on one method the author provides examples around purpose and values, personal goals, faith, character and attitude, career, relationships, marriage and family, church involvement and may others. It is up to the reader to pick what is his or her key area of interest and run with it. Once you have completed the first 30 minutes, you will be motivate to try more ideas.
The book is set up any generation. It is a quick read and the chapters are short and to the point but the effort involved is always 30 minutes. That is about the same amount of time it takes at the local, overpriced, coffee bar to order and drink a latte. If you are looking for something more and not exactly sure what it is, start with this book.
I received a free copy of this book from WaterBrook Multnomah in exchange for my honest review of the book.