- File Size: 586 KB
- Print Length: 189 pages
- Publisher: JumpX LLC; 3 edition (December 12, 2013)
- Publication Date: December 12, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B005BCPJ6W
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #957,991 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
100 Time Savers: Start Less, Finish More, and Cut 10 Minutes a Day from Your Schedule to Gain 60 Hours of Free Time Per Year Kindle Edition
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This was my first introduction to anything by Robert Plank, and I found it to be a poorly put together kindle money grab. At one point he even makes fun of customers who "bought one of my stupid e-books" (because he feels his other products are more effective).
It should have been free for a few reasons- It's very poorly edited, with run on sentences throughout, too many sentences starting with "So" or "But", and "Like, I mean", and it's chock full of both typos and spelling errors. I don't want to pay for a book that is literally hard to read because of the awful run on sentences and typo's.
Near the end of the book, he addresses the fact that he uses certain words too often, but clearly didn't go back and fix any of it for the final product. At the very end of the book, you have multiple chances to pay for his other programs, which is fine, but most authors who do this offer their bottom-rung kindle book for free.
The book starts off and ends well, with lots of great snippets of information. However, the majority of the book seemed to only apply to someone running an online business. The title is completely misleading. It should be called "100 Time Savers for Online Business Owners". Honestly, if you don't currently have a job that is based on online article writing, creating online products, dealing with hundreds of emails a day, etc, I cannot recommend this book.
I liked that the time-saving points were organized in groups, such as 10 ways to save time using technology, or 10 ways to save time in the morning while rushing off to work, or 10 ways to save time at the office, and so forth.
Once I started reading the book I just couldn't stop until I was finished. I just had to know more. I loved it. Now I am motivated to choose a few of his ideas, implement them until they become habit, and then move onto a few more. In fact almost all 100 of his points are things I can relate to my own life.
Great, handy little book. Easy to read all at once or come back to in sections, whatever you have the time for!
I've heard a lot of time-saving and efficiency tips over the years, so I was pleasantly surprised at how many of the tips in this book were things I had not heard before.
As the saying goes, time is money, so if you can save a few minutes a day using the tips from this book (which should be easy), that adds up to hours saved in a month and possibly a full work week or more over a year. So you should easily be able to recoup the small cost of the book in saved time pretty quickly.
Some of the tips may seem obvious, such as making decisions quickly, but are you actually implementing what you already know? This book may be the kick in the pants you need to get started at being more efficient.
The way I use it is to skim through a section I know I am struggling with, pick out a few new techniques and start using them that day. I have been very happy with the results so far and have noticed that I feel more on top of things and am better able to stay on track.
Nice work Robert.. I will keep this one next to my desk for easy use.
I found several tips and have already implemented ONE: Handling Email! His advise on getting rid of the clutter and stress (for me) in the Handling Email Chapter was worth reading the whole book! Robert emphatically states:
Handle EMail ONE TIME. It either gets answered,deleted or answered and archived or occasinally stored in a folder, but in any case gone from the Inbox. Some more useable tips in the Email Chapter will assist you in answering your Emails and ending up with a pristine Mail box.
If you need help in reorganizing your daily routine so you become more productive and end up with a little extra time for some of the more Fun things in Life...this is the book for you.
I have a real timesaver from him called Backup Creator for WordPress that I used to reinstall my website called Internet Money Store Biz when the gremlins made it disappear.
I downloaded Kindle for PC and it worked like a charm! Altogether a positive experience..a Helpful book and an easy way to read it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
There are a lot of know-how to be a lot of habits in order to increase their own productivity. We want to make effective use of time on your own to run even one by one. I suggest. Read morePublished 1 month ago by kukita tomohito
Most of it was self explanatory but there were a few tips. Not very long.Published 14 months ago by Denise S. Trussell
Meh. The author lost credibility in the beginning when he suggested swinging by the grocery store early in the morning to save time. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Chicago Mom
This was a great read with fully actionable items. I loved the idea of creating four tasks per day. I also loved the tips for getting to bed early. Read morePublished on July 26, 2014 by J.P.B.
Love how useful the book is in helping save time in the little things. Quick, organized, on point advice for better time management.Published on February 19, 2014 by Caitlin D
This guy writes well and packs in a whole lot of practical ideas and techniques. A lot of these are not the usual stuff trotted out. Really good read .... Read morePublished on May 23, 2013 by mel
The first section suggested people stop reading the newspaper, saying, after two weeks you won't mind not being informed. To me that's really dumb. Read morePublished on April 8, 2013 by Janice Bross
Out of 100 tips, ignoring all the proofreading that his outsourcer didn't do like "avoid all the destructions" instead of "distractions", there were only about 5 tips that were... Read morePublished on January 1, 2013 by PaleFire