As some of you may already know, I enjoy books and audios by Brian Tracy. I have many of them and have loved them all. That being said, there is much repetition in them.
This book is no exception. One of the things that this book does bring, is breaking time into types of time and how they are the same or different from each other.
As an example, time for work is about being productive, and family time is not about being productive, but about spending time with them. (Remember the old saying how little children spell love, T-I-M-E.)
This is one of those books where you will want to read the entire book when you first get it, then read it again at a slower pace and do the action exercises at the end of each chapter. You might even want to sit down once a week (say on Sunday), read the action exercises from previous chapters and your answers, then read the next chapter and do the action exercises from it.
When the audio of this book comes out in the spring (23 May 2017), I plan to add the audio to my collection and listen as I drive.