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The 4-Hour Workweek

The 4-Hour Workweek

There are a lot of people out there who fantasize about being rich but never even try to do or create something that could make that happen.

Intimidation? Maybe.

Fear of failure? Could be.

Laziness? Almost definitely.

Sure, there are people out there who just got “lucky.” But compare the number of seven figure lottery winners out there to the number of people who worked to get to that place and you’ll find that luck isn’t what gets most people to that level.

So it’s gonna take work, then. But what if it doesn’t take that much work? That’s kind of the question Tim Ferriss is asking and answering with his landmark book, The 4-Hour Workweek. Basing his entire approach on a “work smart, not hard” philosophy, Tim puts forth a compelling argument that it’s quite¬†impossible to escape the 40+ hour¬†work week and find a way to make money from anywhere with Internet access.

You know, like with a website for people who like to shop online while drinking…

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