Thursday, July 3, 2014

# blogging for books # book review

Book Review: The Power of a Half Hour

Turn your fleeting minutes into defining moments.

What can you do in 30 minutes? Have lunch? Watch television? Check Facebook?

How about change your life?

Why do some people achieve far more than others? We all get the same 24 hours in a day, yet a special few seem to have superhuman abilities when it comes to accomplishing great things in life.

Tommy Barnett, a proven master at “getting things done,” says the key to maximizing your productivity is to make use of small, manageable moments in your day—just 30 minutes at a time.  In this remarkably practical book, Tommy shows how to begin a whole new life of fruitfulness. You’ll see immediate results in all areas of your life, including your—

·         Purpose and values
·         Personal goals
·         Faith
·         Character and attitude
·         Dreams
·         Career
·         Relationships
·         Marriage and family
·         Church involvement and ministry

Why not change time from being your worst enemy to your everlasting friend? It all starts with the amazing things you can do in only a half hour.  Through inspiring stories and biblical principles, discover how your downtime can have a major upside.

Get going—you don’t have a minute to lose!

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This one took me about a month to get through. Why? Because the author actually suggests that you read one section at a time, make notes and think on it before you move on to the next section. Being a good girl, I followed directions. Overall, I'd say that this book is a nice and easy read and if you're looking for a book on time management, this may be one that is really helpful to you. I suggest that you take your time and put each section into practice before you move on to the next. Remember..a half hour is only two fifteens and you can do anything for fifteen minutes, right?

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I received a copy of this book for the purpose of this review. All thoughts, comments and opinions are my own.
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