Cassie Holmes

Happier Hour
  • Happier Hour

  • Time is our most precious and finite resource. In Happier Hour, Cassie Holmes shows you how to invest your time more wisely to live a happier, less frantic and more fulfilling life.

    Happiness expert and professor of decision making Cassie Holmes helps you to be more conscious about how you spend your time, giving you the practical tools and inspiration you need to improve your life, prevent burnout and make the most of what little free time you have.

    Drawing on her hugely popular MBA course in happiness and life design, as well as psychology, behavioural science and management thinking, Holmes helps you to identify the best uses of your time and plan your life accordingly, with research-backed suggestions for how to make positive change.

    Just as a financial planner might advise you on how best to spend your money, Happier Hour acts as your personal guide for how to invest your time. Holmes shows you how to manage your schedule more positively, stack boring and enjoyable tasks together, invest in experiences instead of material possessions, create new rituals, treat your weekend like a holiday and use thought exercises to help you prioritise and value your time. Whether you're looking to engage more with your family, increase your productivity or merely feel less time-starved, this is the only guide you'll need to take back control of your time and feel happier as a result.

Cassie Holmes is an Associate Professor of Marketing and Behavioral Decision Making at UCLA's Anderson School of Management and was previously at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. She has a PhD in marketing from Stanford University's Graduate School of Business. Cassie lives in California with her family.

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