Don't get me wrong.
Every ruse Tim Ferris describes when he was a
employee are tactics we've all used at one time or another to
avoid doing the actual tasks demanded by our jobs. But seeing it put in
just a bit disconcerting at first (to say the least.)
But Timothy Ferris methodically reveals a method to his four hour
- Work efficiently.
- Work smart.
- Work effectively.
- Strategize to accomplish more in less
- Leverage opportunities to be rewarded for
- Earn the
privilege of escaping the office in exchange for working remotely.
4-Hour Work Week is actually a carefully orchestrated instructional
manual on how to work less,
accomplish more, and earn the recognition as an indispensable, valuable
employee for a job well done by negotiating a work from home
arrangement. (That way, no one knows that you accomplish in 4 hours
what other employees take the entire week to complete.)
say, by creating a four hour workweek for yourself leaves you with the
freedom to enjoy your time in a myriad of adventurous ways.
In a word, this book ROCKS!
Once I got past the first few chapters, I found the 4 hour workweek
fascinating. It's an enthralling
prescription for changing the
traditional mind set of that "must do" four letter work, WORK.
worth the read.
To be perfectly honest, I personally think that "The Four Hour Work
should be required reading
for every human being on the planet.
My recommendation is to read the book at least once a month until you
gather up the courage to start changing your concept and, most
importantly, your approach to
Workweek accomplishes exactly what Timothy Ferris intended.
To re-wire and re-define the traditional thinking about work
and provide the
blueprint for escaping the 9 to 5 prison that we all allow ourselves
get captured in. . . .
The book is MUCH cheaper on Amazon.com than at
(Like half the price!)
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