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The Free-Time Formula provides a real-world framework for more effective time management that helps you prioritize, focus, clarify, and go. You'll begin with a time audit to assess your current stress, strategies, and output - and the results may shock you. From there, you'll work step-by-step toward a new daily routine that will help you become the focused, efficient achiever you've been trying to be for so long.

It's not about cramming more into your precious 24 hours, it's about figuring out what really matters to you, and getting the most important things done first. Every day. Never miss another big deadline, never flake on an important meeting, never be late to an appointment again. It is possible with great planning, and this book is your personal guide.

Focused on action, not filler, this book is an excellent resource for those who want to achieve more, but do less. With a few simple changes, you'll find the time you've been missing and put it to more productive use.

©2018 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (P)2018 Gildan Media

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A must-have for any productivity junkie...

I'm a long time listener to Jeff Sanders' podcast, The 5 AM Miracle. Jeff's podcast is chalked full of fresh ideas and actionable content. I love how Jeff presents his content in a way that's super easy to follow. This book is the perfect extension to his podcast as he expertly describes and breaks down exactly what one needs to do to acquire more free time in their life. 2 of the biggest takeaways for me were:

1) Theme days - where you lump similar tasks on the same day each week. For example, Thursday is bills and admin day while Fridays are reserved for meetings.
2) The green pen strategy - this is an awesome concept where instead of marking up your mistakes with a red pen, instead use a green pen to mark up the things about your work that you love.

This book is a must-have for any productivity junkie!

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How to get more free time.

Jeff is the master of productivity. It's time to step up your game with this life-changing book. Packed with practical tips and actionable strategies, you are going to love this book.

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Disappointing

1) This 2) book 3) is 4) not 5) a 6) good 7) listen. If this was a cookbook it would go like this.....1) How to cook a Western Omelette...not 1) Eastern 2) Northern 3) Southern 1) Get some eggs, not 1) Egg whites, 2) Imitation eggs 3) Hard boiled eggs 2) Get some ham.. not 1) Bacon 2) Hamburger 3) Chicken 4) Turkey 5) Any type of seafood like..1) Shrimp 2) Trout 3) Salmon including 1) Wild salmon 2) Farm caught salmon 4) Squid 5) Lobster 6) Tuna including 1) Canned including 1) Canned in oil 2) Canned in water 2) Tuna rolls 3) Wild caught tuna 6) Steak including 1) Top round 2) Bottom round 3) Sirloin 3) Green peppers...not 1) Red peppers, 2) Yellow peppers or any other color like 1) Pink 2) Blue 3) Orange which also is a fruit like...1) Apples 2) Bananas, 3) Grapes 4) Blueberries and other berries like 1) Raspberries,2) Boysenberries 3) Cranberries which is also a band like...1) The Beatles 2) Three door down...not 1) 2 doors 2) 1 doors 4) Onion...I think you get the point. I actually really liked and highly recommend his first book.

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