The 4-Hour Workweek

THE 4-HOUR WORKWEEK: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich

By Tim Ferriss

Most people are resigned to the 9-5 lifestyle, deferring their lives in hope that they’ll someday earn enough to retire and live their dreams. This book is about reinventing your life to create time, money and mobility, so you can focus on what truly matters to you, now.

In this summary, you’ll learn:
• The 4-step “DEAL” process to reinvent your life and join the New Rich.
• How the new rules of the game work, and how to beat the rules;
• How to use “Dreamlining” to break down your dreams into concrete timelines and actions;
• How you can eliminate stuff that are bogging you down, and free up your time for truly meaningful things;
• How to build an automated revenue-generator that’s in line with what you want to do;
• How to free yourself up geographically, do and be what you want, and live your life meaningfully.

Who should read this:
• Entrepreneurs, aspiring entrepreneurs, freelancers, side hustlers, remote workers, and digital nomads.
• Anyone who’s feeling overwhelmed and wish to work smarter.

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3 reviews for The 4-Hour Workweek

  1. Nick Woodall

    I loved this book. Chock full of ideas that will help you work smarter, not harder. Get it and read it, and re-read it. It’s that good. [Review from Goodreads]

  2. Livia Blackburne

    It does a good job of challenging people to rethink the status quo and evaluate what they’re doing with their time. It’s often hard to think outside the box and imagine your life as you’d really like to live it, and Ferris does a good job of shaking things up.
    That said, many of the tactics Ferris suggests are morally questionable. You’ll get more out of the book if you have no qualms about calling in “sick” at work, hiring overseas assistants at below minimum wage to do your busy work…So it’s worth reading once for the tips, and I do intend to avoid multitasking and check email less, as he suggests. But much of Ferris’ strategy relies on getting others to do your work for you. If everyone started doing it, the world economy would come to a screeching halt. [Review from Goodreads]

  3. J.F. Penn

    The book that changed my life a few years ago. My aim was to be location independent, after a number of businesses and investments that tied me to one place. 5 years later, I am location independent and a full-time author-entrepreneur. This book helped me see it was possible. [Review from Goodreads]

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