Four Thousand Weeks is a time management guide for mortals written by Oliver Burkeman. The book provides readers with practical tips and strategies on how to effectively manage their time and live a productive life. It includes real-life case studies of people who have successfully applied the techniques discussed in the book.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for people who feel like they don’t have enough time in the day to get everything done. It provides tips and strategies on how to effectively manage time, so that readers can live a productive life.
- The book is full of practical tips and strategies that can be easily applied to everyday life.
- It includes real-life case studies of people who have successfully managed their time.
- The techniques discussed in the book are easy to understand and follow.
- The book can be a little dense at times
- It’s not for people who want to take a more relaxed, laissez faire approach to life
- Burkeman can be repetitive in his writing
Learn more about the author
Oliver Burkeman is a journalist and the author of Four Thousand Weeks. He has written for The Guardian, The New York Times, Slate, and other publications.
“I found this book to be a great resource for time management. The tips and techniques discussed are practical and easy to apply.”
“I found this book to be extremely helpful in managing my time. The strategies and tips provided are easy to follow and have really improved my productivity.”
“This is an excellent book on time management. Oliver Burkeman provides readers with a wealth of information and tips on how to get the most out of their time. The case studies are especially helpful in demonstrating how to apply the techniques discussed in the book. Highly recommended!”