Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on October 13, 2018
FYI: Most of the 5-star reviews were written the day the book was published by the author's friends, many of whom are thanked/listed *literally at the end of the book* so probably these are not objective reviews but rather friends helping out friends.
A lot of the "meat" of this book—such as it is—is merely rehashed material from Jake and John's free "Time Dorks" blog on Medium.
It is ironic for a book about saving time/using time wisely to be 284 pages long when the same material could be covered in a 750-or-less-word HuffPo article.
Some of the bleeding-edge, provocative, never-before-thought-of time-saving ideas contained in this book include:
--Don't go on Facebook --Don't watch too much TV --Focus on one thing at a time --Focus only on important tasks --Don't use your smart phone --Remove all the apps from your smart phone --Don't overcommit --Don't take your laptop home from work --Don't watch the news --Take naps --Go for walks --Pack light --Work out sometimes --Drink tea instead of coffee --Take a day off sometimes --Only eat healthy food --Hang out with your friends --Don't procrastinate --AND MORE!
Oh and there are a lot of silly, unnecessary cartoons and comic book-y block quotes the only purpose of which is to make the book thicker.
Save your money. Save trees. "Make Time" for yourself by NOT reading this book.