The Time Bandit Solution: Recovering Stolen Time You Never Knew You Had

The Time Bandit Solution: Recovering Stolen Time You Never Knew You Had

by Edward G. Brown

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BN ID: 2940150493261
Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group Press
Publication date: 09/01/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 18 MB
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About the Author

Ed Brown had no time to write this book, which is exactly why he wrote it. Bronx born and bred, Ed co-founded the #1 firm in culture change management consulting and training for the financial services industry, Cohen Brown Management Group, now in 50 countries and 12 languages. Its past and present clients include companies such as Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Royal Bank of Canada, CIBC, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Citibank, Barclays, Prudential Life, and Merrill Lynch. He has personally authored and delivered many of Cohen Brown’s programs. In his early career, Ed created and owned one of the largest business management firms in the U.S. for musicians, entertainers, and professionals. He was also a major record producer, a producer of two television specials, and a songwriter, publishing and producing a record of the Year. He shepherded Don Ho to become Hawaii’s all-time greatest performer, with whom he also owned prestigious restaurants and night clubs. Ed has been a founder of banks and a real estate developer, among many other remarkable endeavors. Ed lives in Malibu with his wife Shari.

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The Time Bandit Solution: Recovering Stolen Time You Never Knew You Had 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
brf1948 More than 1 year ago
I received this book from Cohen Brown Picture Company,  Publisher as a Goodreads Giveaway.  Thanks,  Looking forward to an excellent read! I work for the state government.  In 2005 we had 34 employees - perhaps a little fat, but not more than pinch an inch.  By Fall of 2011, we were down to 13 employees, hadn't even had cost of living raise since '06, and had no petty cash.  Staff had to take up collections for essentials like toilet paper and Christmas light bulb replacement. (We are open 7 days a week, and try to man two Admissions desks and clean up after many visitors.) Things are better now - staffing is up to 21 persons. Five of us, however, will retire this year. As soon as I read the last page of this book, I carried it up to the Director and insisted that he read it NOW. Thank you Edward G. Brown!  Some of your hints are common sense and we have attempted to employ them over time, but a great deal of you advice is going to be very helpful around here. And not just at work, at home much of your advice is also relevant, and my retirement come December 26th will be much more enjoyable!  Thank you. You have made a great deal of time more accessible to us all here at the Space History Museum.
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CatQ More than 1 year ago
I was highly skeptical of any book that professed to help find time in the typical worst time vacuums: family, friends, co-worker. Spending time with these people is what makes life worth living, right? Yet, this is primarily because I am so aware of the time cost of those closest to me. The Time Bandit Solution gave easy to follow and viable ways to recognize, adapt and limit The Time Bandits. I will keep up the implementation and see if I can get some time back long term. This book is especially helpful if you are starting a new job, family or friendship so you can set up healthy ways to monitor and get time back.