Book Review: The Other 8 Hours by Robert Pagliarini

If you’re an entrepreneur who occasionally finds yourself spinning your wheels, this book may give you the the traction required to propel yourself into the success you’ve always dreamed about.

The Other 8 Hours is my first book review for the year of 2019, and I’m happy to report that the time I spent reading, was not time wasted.

In fact, I found myself taking several notes, because I genuinely found the information so relevant to the life I’m trying to create for myself. As a moonlighter and entrepreneur myself, I feel a sense of urgency to record all the ideas that jump out at me… before I return this book to its rightful owners at the public library.

(That sense of urgency may or may not have anything to do with a library fine, but you’ll never know.)

Pagliarini magnifies the importance of creating purposeful habits. Then teaches how to stack those habits up on top of each other to build the foundation of a monumental success.

By calling attention specifically to the way we spend our days, and how that bears a direct result on our quality of life, it urges readers to properly seize our moments.

Even if you’re an entrepreneur/ creator who already knows the value of your time, I’m still confident that The Other 8 hours will still be helpful in keeping your professional poop in a group.

Although there were things discussed that didn’t necessarily pertain to me, I viewed all information as relevant and believe this book provides an immense value to any entrepreneur.

I’d love to hear feedback from anyone else who has read it, or is thinking about reading it! I got my copy from the local library, but I’m sure you could find a nice deal on amazon, or even an audio version somewhere as well.

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