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How to Save an Hour Every Day

Narrated by: Michael Heppell
Length: 3 hrs and 19 mins
4 out of 5 stars (98 ratings)
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Summary

Would you like an extra hour a day, every day of your life, to do whatever you want with?

If this sounds like an impossible dream, then here’s the good news: that extra hour really can be yours!

This easy-listen book is high impact and full of brilliant ideas, tactics, and suggestions that are all designed to save you valuable time. If you are willing to invest just an hour of your time to listen, pick out the ideas that leap out to you, and put them into action, you’ll create extra time every single day in a way you wouldn’t believe could be possible.

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©2011 Michael Heppell (P)2011 Audible Ltd

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  • Ian
  • BASINGSTOKE, United Kingdom
  • 11-05-11

Brilliant book for busy people

If you are, like me and my family, very busy with little time to yourself then this is the book for you! I have only just finished listening and have already started seeing benefits from some of the ideas (some are quick fixes that will instantly save time, some are more long term and require some changes in mindset and habits but will be well worth it),
So, I'll finish this review quickly In the true spirit of the book by saying, save yourself some time deciding on whether to buy this, do it now, invest in you, stop procrastinating and buy this audio!

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  • Aileen
  • Stockton on Tees, United Kingdom
  • 01-07-11

Amazing Book

When I am at work I am totally organised clear desk, everyting is where it should be, but at home I am hopeless, a real mess. So I bought How to Save An Hour a Day. I was really amazed at Michael Heppell's common sense ideas - so simple, so honest. I have tried a few of his suggestions and they really DO work. I wondered at one point if he had been in my house how did he know I had a cupboard under the stairs full of rubbish and a drawer full of pens that didn't write, and a wardrobe full of clothes I never wore or wear. This man is well on the way to changing my life. The fact that he is so easy to listen to is a bonus - just like listening to an old friend.

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Simple but effective!

Love Michael's books - often his ideas are so simple, but it can be the simple stuff we gloss over.
Some great ideas for productivity in here and well worth purchasing if you're looking to organise your time better or just improve daily life!

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Saving an hour

What did you like most about How to Save an Hour Every Day?

Skim - Sift - Start....!
Michael Heppell delivers an interesting perspective on a problem that dogs so many in today's society. Starting by telling you that you don't have to read (or listen to) the whole book he quickly engages his audience with some no nonsense and practical ideas about where to save time in the day. Some are simple and easy - others take more commitment but it is delivered in a fresh, relaxed manner with some witty anecdotes and examples.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Heppell playing himself.

Which scene did you most enjoy?

The meetings

If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

What would you do with an extra hour everyday?

Any additional comments?

Definitely give it a go. I defy anyone not to find at least one section that is useful and relevant.

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Few useful mixed in with lots of rubbish.

Found a few useful ideas in amongst a lot of rubbish. Started off better than it finished. Don’t waste your money. Badly written, badly narrated by the author.

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Great book-love it-like listening to Heppell.

What made the experience of listening to How to Save an Hour Every Day the most enjoyable?

Like his voice ans style. The book was fun and full of tips

Who was your favorite character and why?

Heppell.

What does Michael Heppell bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

Humour!

If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

Smarter and Quicker than the average bear.

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  • John
  • England
  • 01-07-14

Easy to implement and compelling listening

What made the experience of listening to How to Save an Hour Every Day the most enjoyable?

The information was easy to implement and useful.

What other book might you compare How to Save an Hour Every Day to, and why?

Hard to compare because its time management stuff that works for people who are not naturally organised and other books

Which scene did you most enjoy?

The section on meetings

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

YES… and was taking action on the advice the next day

Any additional comments?

BUY it its worth ..brilliantly read as well

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Chapters in wrong order

Why are the chapters in the wrong order? What an own goal audible. Very disappointed

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Waste of time

I learnt absolutely nothing about how to save an hour a day.
I actually wasted 3 hours listening to this nonsense.

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absolute rubbish

Look I'm a busy man. like is too short to listen to this self promoting author. He is as useful as as an ashtray on a bicycle as far as I'm concerned. if you are a busy worker you don't have time to be keeping time diaries every fifteen minutes. gŕrrrrrrrrrr. I'm so annoyed I purchased this drivel.