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4:00 A.M. A Productivity Argument Paperback – March 4, 2013
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About the Author
I am a writer, a BestSeller Author in the US, UK, Germany, Spain and France. In another life I was a Lawyer in recovery and a former Technology Consultant and Salesman. My Passion is to Write. I have studied productivity and helping people with their productivity for the last ten years. I am living in Fort Wayne, Indiana. I am married and have a little girl, a boy and two dogs who keep me in company. I spend my day teaching my daughter and son things, writing and washing dishes, because I believe in what Agatha Christie once said: "The best time for planning a book is while you're doing the dishes."
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Top customer reviews
This book is worth reading 10 times or how ever long it takes you to actually apply what it says. (If 4 is too early just do 5am, or some other time)
Side note: too many people complained about this books grammar and spelling. What fools. Instead of being so negative and hypercritical they should see the value and weight that of what book offers.
Style: English is clearly not Augusto's first language - which is fine. What is NOT fine is the excruciatingly horrible grammar and spelling from beginning to end of this piece. If it had been proofed and edited, I could have given it a neutral 3-star rating.
It chnages the way I used to think about getting up early. Now I do believe it will improbe my productivity.
I am still in the process of changing my habits, but I will get there!
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