"James Wallman is the Malcolm Gladwell of today’s Experience Economy. He brings together the best of social science research with insights and stories relayed with wit and verve, all for one purpose: to help you stop wasting time and instead gain a life experienced well. Read and follow his 7-step checklist and you will change your life in amazing ways by investing in the most precious resource on the planet: your time."
— B. Joseph Pine II, co-author of The Experience Economy
"One of those rare books that can make you think seriously about how you could live a better life – not one that’s superficially appealing and Instagram-worthy, but one filled with satisfaction, joy, and yes, time well spent."
— Alex Soojung-Kim Pang, author of Rest: Why You Don’t Get More Done When You Work Less
"Many people have the feeling that they aren’t taking a big enough bite out of life. If you’re one of those people, you’re likely to find the perfect antidote in this easy-to-read tour of much of the academic literature on happiness and well-being. Follow the concrete steps Wallman has laid out and you’re likely to be much more satisfied with how you’re spending your time."
— Tom Gilovich, Professor of Psychology, Cornell University