Book Review: The Four-Hour Work Week

November 11, 2010

This is a review from my Favorite Books list; the link from which will be also on the Books Page.


This was a great book to read not because of the concept — I still work more than four hours per week — but because of the author’s way of thinking. In the opening of Four Hour, author Tim Ferriss talks about self-expression and doing the things you’ve always wanted to do, and being determined to find a way to make that happen for himself.

There are exercises to help you get out of your conform zone when it comes to dealing with people, which I particularly liked, and Tim even references another favorite book of mine.

NOTE: I read this book years ago and was perplexed to discover that I hadn’t reviewed it on here yet. So forgive me for the lack of details in this post. But if you were gonna read it, you would anyway. So fuck it.

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