If there is one thing that working parents don’t have enough of it is time. Forever chasing the unforgiving minute, needed in more than one place at the same time, multitasking, juggling and so on.

This book is a game changer.

Its core message is that we all have a unique and biased time-perspective that influences our behaviours and mindsets. Time is our scarcest resource, and yet unlike our relationship to money we are rarely deliberate before making an investment of our time (the automatic yes being a good example).

Being deliberate and conscious about where and how we invest our time and energy as working parents is a critical skill to build.

This book will get you on your way.