"Time is a river in an ocean of space! Time is tomorrow! Time is now!" proclaims the dramatic, bellowing voice that begins How to Master Time Organization -- not, unfortunately, the voice of Paul J. Meyer, a man who apparently has been organizing his time since the age of 17 while spending precious little of it on his elocution skills. Using dramatization, sound effects, and orchestral cues to compensate for his bland, robotic speaking style, Meyer delivers common-sense scheduling tips inspired by the old Ben Franklin axiom "Time is money" -- in short, leading the most focused yet most tedious and boring life one can possibly imagine. Here's another good idea to avoid wasting valuable time: Don't listen to records by Paul J. Meyer.