"Steve Glaveski understands something that few leaders have figured out: it's possible to do less and get more done. This book offers a blueprint for working smarter."

- ADAM GRANT, New York Times best-selling author of Originals and Give and Take, and host of the chart-topping TED podcast WorkLife
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Do your best work
Live your best life

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On the back of the popular Harvard Business Review article, ‘The Case For The 6-Hour Workday’, and the media storm that followed, comes Time Rich: Do Your Best Work, Live Your Best Life (Wiley) - a guide to achieving twice as much in half the time, and living your best life. In stores worldwide October 2020.

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Hi, I'm Steve Glaveski

I got tired of being ‘busy’ all day and having little to show for it when I was in the corporate world, so when I started my own company, I started learning how to actually work - something we're never taught - and started to get twice as much done in half the time.

Doing this not only helped me to do my best work, but also freed up valuable time to live my best life. Whether you're an entrepreneur looking to liberate yourself from #hustle culture, or a corporate executive looking to build a high-performance culture that doesn't leave your best assets burnt out, you'll learn how in my latest book, Time Rich - inspired by my Harvard Business Review article, The Case For The 6-Hour Workday.

Today, my mission is to unlock the latent potential of people everywhere so they can create more impact for humanity and lead more fulfilling lives.

I’m the CEO of Collective Campus - a corporate innovation accelerator that works with large organizations and startups all over the globe, and I founded Lemonade Stand - a children’s entrepreneurship program and SaaS edu-tech platform.

Before Time Rich, I wrote Employee to Entrepreneur: How To Earn Your Freedom and Do Work That Matters, (Wiley, 2019), the children’s picture book, Lemonade Stand: From Idea to Entrepreneur (2019) and The Innovation Manager’s Handbook (2017).

I host the Future Squared podcast, now over 370 episodes strong and my work has been featured in Harvard Business Review, the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, the Australian Financial Review, Tech in Asia, European CEO, Indian Management and numerous other places.

You can find out more about me and my work at www.steveglaveski.com


David Burkus - author of UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT

“Time isn’t money; it’s something far more value. Glaveski makes the case that we ought to be protecting our time much more than we product other resources. And best of all, he shows you how.”

Andy Molinsky - Award-winning author of GLOBAL DEXTERITY and REACH

"A very worthwhile read for ambitious professionals to achieve that elusive work-life holy grail: being present and engaged at home without sacrificing anything on the work front - and even, perhaps, becoming more productive than you ever thought you could be."

Jonathan Levi - Author, Podcaster, & Founder of SUPERHUMAN ACADEMY

Time Rich is a fascinating look into why we’re all so ‘busy’ - and how to gain back our most precious resource. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned productivity geek, this book will change your life.”

Adam Grant - New York Times bestselling author of ORIGINALS and GIVE AND TAKE, and host of the chart-topping TED podcast WorkLife

“Steve Glaveski understands something that few leaders have figured out: it’s possible to do less and get more done. This book offers a blueprint for working smarter.”

Nir Eyal - bestselling author of Hooked and Indistractable

“In his book, Steve Glaveski offers countless ways to get more out of each day by being Time Rich.”

Whitney Johnson - Award-winning author of Disrupt Yourself and Build an A Team

"Time Rich by Steve Glaveski makes a compelling argument for abandoning the archaic historical artefact of an 8 hour work-day (or any other arbitrary sum of time) as outmoded and irrelevant to the way we live and do our best work today. Glaveski offers both big ideas and specific techniques to contain or eliminate such time-snatching demons as meetings, email and social media. Reclaim the value of your time by forsaking the management of it and learning instead to manage energy, efficiency and attention—inputs with far greater impact on output and outcomes, not to mention quality of life."

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