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In this follow-up to his earlier lecture," Awakening Time", Tibetan lama and author Tarthang Tulku teaches overscheduled listeners how to "control" time.

Tarthang Tulku’s lecture, narrated in an appropriately soft-spoken, unhurried way by Arnaud Maitland, helps listeners take back their clocks through guiding principles and practical "shortcuts". Time, for example, is best harnessed by those who are challenging themselves to learn more, avoiding distractions like feelings of guilt, and situating themselves in the present.

Suffused with wisdom and spiritual knowledge, Tarthang Tulku’s Power of Time: Controlling Time is designed to help working people manage their time but find greater inner peace while doing so.

Summary

Recognize the value of time and you will be ready to take control.
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Very deep and difficult to digest

The author asks u to buy his other book and read it before getting to this book. But I found that book very boring and more for those who do not value time so much. Not for me. There are also some strategies in this book but its really hard to grasp the concepts as the book doesn't seem organised in a way that's easy to understand. Oh well, maybe it's just me.