How to Live on 24 Hours a Day: with The Human Machine
Leave your everyday concerns behind and start focusing on your true desires! Achieve your full potential with proven techniques on: • Time-saving • Reflection • Concentration • Study and more One of the first self-help books ever published, this classic of personal time management has inspired millions to make the most of "the daily miracle": the fresh allowance of time that comes with each new day. This edition features a bonus offering of Bennett's The Human Machine, a guide to improving social relationships.
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