Sunday, February 1, 2009

Read This: The 4-Hour Workweek

This is an awesome book! If you don't get inspired by this, you never will make a move to change your life into something big and abundant. How is it possible that Timothy Ferriss could do so much that most people would only dream of? He will share with you:

  • What the crucial difference is between absolute and relative income
  • How to train your boss to value performance over presence or kill your job or company if it's beyond repair
  • What automated cash-flow "muses" are and how to create one in 2 to 4 weeks
  • How to cultivate selective ignorance and create time
  • What the management secrets of Remote Control CEOs are
  • How to get free housing worldwide and airfare at 50-80% off
  • How to fill the void and create a meaningful life after removing work and the office.

He will let you know how the New Rich (NR) has abandoned the "deferred-life plan" slave > save > retire and has mastered the new currencies of time and mobility, creating luxury lifestyles in the here and now. Just think, you put 40 years of 40-80 hour work weeks and then you retire.... or put in a few hours a week, and take retirement vacations monthly. Which would you prefer? Are you scarred to take the next step? What is the worst that can happen??? Write your dreams down. Write your worst fears down. And what if you never took the first step and kept going the current path? Enjoy this book and website . You can have it all -- see how Ty did it . See how Franco did it .


Don, the Window Cleaner said...

I read this book twice, and I am selectively applying it. I actually like my window cleaning business, and my second career on the internet is encouraging other people to make money doing dirty work. As long as there is a low tolerance for doing what I do, there will be plenty of money left on the table.

While people in white color jobs are facing foreclosure, we are relatively secure in our home. We have never been late on a payment, and I am home at 5 each night and every weekend. Demand is fairly steady, even though February is one of the slower months. Good times are ahead...

Dirt pays.