Book review: Power Hour

This feature is in association with NetGalley.

Power Hour, Adrienne Herbert
Thanks to NetGalley and to Cornerstone at Random House UK for an advance copy of this book.

Although I love the concept of this book and I was excited to read it, as far as I was concerned, it failed to deliver. Too much content was taken from other sources with hardly any research of the author’s own.

Honestly, if I want to know what X expert thinks of Y subject, I’d sooner buy their product. I wanted to see Herbert’s take and opinion, but this was sadly lacking.

The basic message seems to be that, so long as you get up at 5am (unlikely), you can pretty much achieve anything you want to. But really, any time management process will help you to do that.

I was disappointed with this book.

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