THE OTHER 8 HOURS EBOOK

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Read "The Other 8 Hours Maximize Your Free Time to Create New Wealth & Purpose" by Robert Pagliarini available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get. Read "The Other 8 Hours Maximize Your Free Time to Create New Wealth & Purpose" by Robert Pagliarini available from Rakuten Kobo. Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Pagliarini (The Six-Day Financial Makeover) site Store; ›; site eBooks; ›; Business & Money.


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You sleep (hopefully) for 8 hours. You work (at least) 8 hours. What are you doing in those remaining 8 hours of your day, and more importantly, what are the. You work (at least) 8 hours. What are you doing in those remaining 8 hours of your day, and more importantly, what are the other 8 hours doing. The Other 8 Hours book. Read 33 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. You sleep (hopefully) for 8 hours. You work (at least) 8 hours. W.

The author talks about maximizing the "other 8 hours" in your life - the time you have to yourself assuming you work 8 hours per day and sleep 8 hours per day.

He encourages readers to pursue their dreams and use this time to make them happen - whether that involves pursuing education, a business, or just re-prioritizing your time to use it doing what you want.

He has some good suggestions for getting rid of low-priority tasks "life leeches". He makes the case that you won't get ahead or do what you really want to do if you just follow the path of least resistance or veg out on the couch.

Oct 10, Itasca Community Library added it Shelves: Tuki says: If your objective is to be more producti Tuki says: If your objective is to be more productive he makes suggestions on how you can free up some time for yourself. Feb 12, Betsy rated it it was amazing. I found this to be a very inspiring book, focused on how to use the 8 hours of your day when you're not at work and not sleeping to pursue your dreams. It really made me want to quit my job and start my own business, so be careful if you read it!

Yes, it has left me a little unsettled in my work life, but it really inspired me to think about business options outside of the 9 to 5. I highly recommend this book but beware, you might want to switch career directions. Mar 10, Amanda rated it liked it.

I found parts of this book useful and interesting. It made me really want to identify my life's leeches and find ways to create a more meaningful life but like most of these books, the ways to make money are too far fetched for the average joe.

I guarantee that most people are not making thousands off their blogs every month. The other get rich ideas are equally unattainable for the average person. Mar 18, Sandra rated it it was amazing. It's not often that I find a self-help book that has great advice from cover to cover. Pagliarini gives great, relavant tips for maximizing my free time.

I found this book to be inspiring and it has renewed my enthusiam for life in general but also my day-to-day activities and how to maximize my time. That was inspiring book, how you deal with time? Could you control them?. It made me to try to be more productive person.

Unfortunately, I got this book in Bahasa edition, and sometimes i did'n get the idea-in some sentences because the translating were lil bit confusing. Overall I got the idea and I think this book was pretty-insightful!

A must read! May 16, Bryce rated it really liked it Shelves: I really enjoyed some of the points this book brought out. I think he focuses too much on getting money with your Other 8 Hours, but perhaps he figures he may not be qualified to help as many people in the areas of family, church, and so on. Still, a great book with some interesting points that I need to be reminded of periodically. Dec 30, Fullfaun rated it it was amazing.

If an author has to quote other people, they are just doing it to fill up their book with other's words. Aug 14, Christina rated it liked it Shelves: While this isn't the most inspiring self improvement book I've ever read, I will say it is full of resources, helpful information and is up to date in technology.

A must read for any entrepreneur or someone looking to earn a little extra income. The last third of the book is about making change happen, and it's a bit generic but a nice fit. Jul 21, Peggy rated it liked it. Some good bits of information but overall, the book didn't stick with me. Like an inspirational talk that fades after a week. Not very applicable to people with non-traditional employment or homemakers.

Author started out well with helping us identify time "leeches. Jan 04, Joan Zhu added it. Oct 04, Kikka rated it really liked it.

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I really enjoyed his writing style. I liked the ideas he had for making the most of our time, even though I did skim through a few of the parts that didn't really pertain to my goals for what to do with my time. Jan 20, Rich Quintyn rated it liked it. Your fairly typical marketing fare with some insightful points mixed. Can't really say that I learned a lot from this book but it kind of highlights the importance of certain aspects of your life that you might overlook.

Useful if you're looking to better manage your time and resources. Oct 27, Kelli rated it it was ok.

The Other 8 Hours: Use Your Free Time to Create Wealth

This book made me downright frantic thinking of all I "should" be doing, until I realized the 8 hours I have left in the day should probably continue to be the hours I actually sleep and rest.

Jul 20, Melissa rated it liked it. Pretty good advice for improving your life. Quick read, chock full of good ideas. What are you doing with your other 8 hours? Apr 05, Lugaga rated it liked it. Mar 29, Susan rated it really liked it.

Read it and liked it so much I bought it to read again. Easy read , but full of ideas to get you back on track to being more mindful of your time and use it rather than waste it. Feb 01, Jennifer rated it liked it. Pretty inspiring, I might have to quickly flip back through it and take some notes so I don't forget all those good tips too quickly!

Dec 24, Amanda rated it liked it Shelves: One of those books for reference, not for entire content. Great starting point for brainstorming time management, earning extra money, and finding more ways to do what you really love. Traditional financial advice has likely left you frustrated and stuck. Pagliarini introduces new, highly-effective yet unconventional strategies.

In order to "get rich" you have to "get a life.

With anecdotes and inspiration from many who have taken control of their other 8 hours, plus hands-on tools for getting started, minimizing risk, and maximizing success, you'll discover new ways to radically improve your life both personally and financially.

Isn't it time to recapture your time and your life?

This book is mandatory for anyone who is unhappy with their day job! It allowed me to analyze my own life, maximize my time, and become the entrepreneur I've always wanted to become.

Chances are you are overworked, overscheduled, and overstressed. There's too much to do and not enough time. You can create hours of additional free time you never knew you had.

Traditional financial advice has likely left you frustrated and stuck. Pagliarini introduces new, highly-effective yet unconventional strategies. In order to "get rich" you have to "get a life. With anecdotes and inspiration from many who have taken control of their other 8 hours, plus hands-on tools for getting started, minimizing risk, and maximizing success, you'll discover new ways to radically improve your life both personally and financially.

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