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The 4-Hour Workweek:
Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich


By: Tim Ferriss | Categories: Career, Behavioral Psychology, Lifestyle, Self Improvement
Tim Ferriss is known for trying just about anything, and when he does, he goes all in. In this book, his focus is on outsourcing the unessential so that we can focus on what matters most to our success. If you want to learn to prioritize, delegate more effectively, say “no” and outsource, this book might be for you.
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What Bloggers Are Saying...

"I use it for quick reference to make sure everything is stream line, and moving smoothly. It helps me keep my head on straight."
"I actually disagree with a lot of what Ferriss says about mini-retirements and outsourcing your life, but I do think he offers tangible and practical advice about building your own business. He makes his advice actionable and compelling and really encouraged me to get out there and build something of value for the public."
"Changed my method of thinking - that we can have businesses generating money for us on the side without being stuck in a cubicle or a traditional 9-5."
"Life doesn't have to be hard. Ferriss gives actionsble ways you can work less and enjoy life more."
"Focus on the value add, automate or outsource everything else."
"The 4-Hour Workweek was the first book that really made me think about finances differently and what can be possible besides the typical path. It's not really a financial book, but started us on a more serious track of looking at different options and working to grow our income as well as think about flexible working arrangements and early retirement."
"This book might not be a book about money per se, but it is a book about taking control of your financial life via starting a small business."
"It changed how I thought about time, money, and life works"

Why bloggers think this book is overrated...

"I know it's a popular one, but it just seemed to hokey to me. I understand the idea of systems, delegation, etc., but I just wasn't impressed... total letdown in my opinion."
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