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The Ninety-Minute Hour: Technological and Psychological Breakthroughs Take You Beyond Time Management

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Teaches executives how to manage time more productively by employing new technologies, mastering subliminal suggestion, self-hypnosis, and visualization, and delegating activities to different areas of the mind

211 pages, Hardcover

First published March 29, 1990

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Jay Conrad Levinson

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October 30, 2020
Alright, so my reason for the rating and dnf. It is dated. It doesn't relate to today's day and age. Also, it fits more toward high-end business people. Like, tips on utilizing a secretary. Umm...yeah... Or having a car phone. We all have cells nowadays and in all reality they take more time than they save now! Type a letter vs writing one being faster. Recording shows to fast forward commercials don't apply so well to streaming. And then things like telling callers you are busy and will call them back works "even the most high-energy telephone salespeople respect your request." Umm...no it is now or never. Usually, you just have to hang up. What callers does she get? Send them my way! I needed tips that would help me today but this didn't have them. The book might have been fine for the 90's but not at all relatable to today. So I stopped even skimming it and am giving it up. I can't fairly rate it too much because it isn't fair to give too low a rating but at the same time, people need to be aware it isn't good to read in today's age of technology or lifestyles.
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