How to find guilt-free time for what you really want to do, and why it matters
Do you feel like you’re always busy, even as your to-do list continues to grow? Do you think you can’t keep up as it is, let alone add another thing to your plate? An award-winning journalist, avid reader, and new mom, Karma Brown dreamed of writing her first novel. But between diapers and tight deadlines, how could she? Like so many of us, she felt stretched taut and hyper-scheduled, her time a commodity over which she had lost control.
For Brown, the answer to this problem was to rise earlier every day and use that time to write. Although she experienced missteps along the way, after committing to her alarm clock and an online community of early risers, she completed a debut novel that became a national best seller.
In The 4% Fix, Karma Brown reveals the latest research about time management and goal-setting and shares strategies that have worked for her as well as for others. Refreshingly, her jargon-free approach doesn’t include time-tracking spreadsheets, tips on how to squeeze in yoga exercises while cooking dinner, or methods that add bulk to those never-ending lists. How will you use this one hour - only 4 percent of your day - to change your life?
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it felt like a great conversation.
while I have only read this book one time, it seems like something that I will attempt to digest a few more times over. process is important and she has a lot of valid points on how to improve yourself. The idea of small incremental change the idea of the 4% with one extra hour a day attending to what amounts to something that's wildly important to you is a great concept and can dramatically change the outcome after it's executed over a long period of time. I look forward to figuring out what I'm going to do when I actually commit to the extra hour and get up earlier and try to change myself and my future outcomes.