Join UCLA Professor of Decision Making Cassie Holmes for a life-affirming guide to managing your most finite resource to live a happier, more fulfilled existence.
‘Terrific advice from one of my favourite scientists about how to make best use of our most limited resource: time’ – Angela Duckworth
Money is often thought of as the secret to a good life and the ultimate metric of success, yet research suggests a whole other story: time is the true yardstick of our lives. Organising our time can lead to huge benefits and a happier life, even amidst the many pressures of the modern world.
Drawing on her hugely popular MBA course at UCLA, as well as psychology, behavioural science and management thinking, Professor of Decision Making Cassie Holmes is here to help you make the most of your hours, weeks, months and years.
Learn the difference between meaningful and wasteful uses of time; piece your hours together to make happier weeks; make even dull tasks like chores or commuting pass more easily.
Whether you’re looking to engage more with your family, avoid burnout, increase your productivity or simply feel less time-starved, this talk will offer a practical guide for how best to invest your time.
Praise for Cassie Holmes’s Happier Hour:
‘Cassie Holmes is an expert on time, and this readable, practical book might just make you rethink how you spend yours.’ Adam Grant, New York Times bestselling author of Think Again
‘This book is an absolute gem – useful, evidence-based, and a pleasure to read. Armed with the insights conveyed in Happier Hour, we can all find greater fulfilment in the time we have.’ Katy Milkman, bestselling author of How to Change
‘With our schedules overly full, Holmes shares research and easy strategies for not only how to manage, but tap into deeper meaning. Happier Hour is a joyful guide on how to spend your hours to live a more satisfying life.’ Eve Rodsky, New York Times bestselling author of Fair Play