HOW TO GAIN AN EXTRA HOUR EVERY DAY by Josephs Roy

HOW TO GAIN AN EXTRA HOUR EVERY DAY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A vast number of hints and techniques on how to save time run the gamut of conversational activities from doing bathroom chores while you wash the baby to planning large scale organizational revisions in your office. All these, divided up into chapters on morning activity, the working day, work methods, organizing work, household routines, reading and remembering, mechanical time savers (and wasters), streamlining personal chores, resting and so on, should guarantee to present everyone with at least one way of doing something quicker. Proportionally little is said about the purpose of saving time and what to do with it, but the few directives given as to the more profitable employment of leisure-for enriching life as well as the pocketbook- should prove partially stimulating. There is the hope, however, that readers won't get bogged down in the plethora of hints and find themselves in a new vortex- of time wasting time saving activities. A salable item for the personal improvement market.

Pub Date: Oct. 6th, 1955
Publisher: Dutton