One of the keys to success in any endeavor is learning to effectively manage time. There are a finite number of hours in each day, and if you fail to adequately manage them, more tasks than hours to get them done. Time Management Mastery by Greg Host is a short book that offers some sage advice for learning how to make the most of the time available to you; learning how to distinguish between tasks that are important (but not time-bound) and those that are urgent (must be done or the consequences are dire).
The author offers nothing that can’t be found in thousands of other pages of books on management, but he does it in a brief, easy-to-read and easy-to-understand form that fits the theme of the book. After all, if an author is going to talk about getting things done in the shortest amount of time possible, the credibility is suspect if it takes hundreds of pages to do it.
A useful book for those who feel there just aren’t enough hours in the day. I give this one four stars.