No plot spoilers
I read several reviews that complained that this book was irritating to listen to. I decided to try it anyway. At first the narrator/author's clipped precise reading style bothered me. However, that feeling was quickly erased and replaced by all the interesting and easily applicable material presented. The book was overwhelmingly positive and offers a no fooling around approach to time management and ways to improve what you can accomplish. The author's take on prioritizing, goal setting, choosing what is important and how to focus your energies was different than what I've read before. Finally someone not suggesting that to have more free time you need to cutback, pare down, and do less. I find that the simple suggestions and new perspective have helped me reorganize and recharge my day. Definitely time well spent.
I wasted time, by not getting around to Mr. Calloway's books, thinking it only applied to corporations and bigger organizations. This message is perfect at any level. I think it's easy to get spun around and get off course with attempting to do too much, looking for the silver bullet, making our operation and mission way too complicated. I believe most people will tend to say "this is too simple". But it is. We make it too hard. The hard part is stopping to evaluate, making changes and implementing the ideas we know we should be doing.