John Zeratsky

Make Time
  • Make Time

  • 'If you want to achieve more (without going nuts), read this book.' - Charles Duhigg, bestselling author of The Power of Habit and Smarter Faster Better

    Most of our time is spent by default. We all wish for more hours in the day. We all struggle to make time for what matters. Help is here.

    Productivity experts Jake Knapp and John Zeratsky have created a four-step framework that anyone can use, packed with more than 80 tactics to help you design your day around the things that matter. Tactics such as:

    · Choose a daily highlight
    · Be the boss of your phone
    · Stay out of social media infinity pools
    · Slow your inbox
    · Make TV a ‘sometimes treat’
    · Exercise every day (but don’t be a hero)
    · Eat without screens
    · Go off grid
    · Spend time with your tribe
    · Make your bedroom a bed room

    With tips and tricks to help you change your life, it’s time to stop daydreaming about projects and activities that you’ll get to ‘someday’, and start that someday today.

    'Make Time is essential reading for anyone who wants to create a happier, more successful life.' - Gretchen Rubin, author of The Happiness Project

Jake Knapp (Author) Jake Knapp and John Zeratsky are writers and designers who help people make time for what matters at the office and in everyday life. They're the authors of the New York Times bestseller Sprint, and the creators of Time Dorks, a popular newsletter about experiments in time management. Jake spent ten years at Google and Google Ventures, where he created the Design Sprint process. He has since run more than 150 sprints with companies like Nest, Slack, 23andMe and Flatiron Health. He lives in San Francisco with his wife and sons. John Zeratsky (Author) John has written for The Wall Street Journal, TIME, Harvard Business Review, Wired, Fast Company and many more. For nearly fifteen years, he was a designer at technology companies including Google, YouTube and Google Ventures. Originally from Wisconsin, John and his wife now live aboard their sailboat Pineapple.