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Last Updated on November 25, 2019

The Lifehack Show: Making the Most of the Limited Time We Have with James Wallman

The Lifehack Show: Making the Most of the Limited Time We Have with James Wallman

In this episode of The Lifehack Show, we interview James Wallman, a trend forecaster, journalist, and speaker who has written for The New York Times, GQ, Fast Company, and the Financial Times. Here he shares his insight about time, happiness, and using obstacles and setbacks to help propel you forward in life.

He also talks a bit about his new book Time and How to Spend It; in this book, James investigates the effects of wasted time, and shares a revolutionary approach, which will make your life more meaningful, and bring you more happiness.

    James Wallman: trend forecaster, journalist and author.

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