The 4-Hour Workweek – Book Review

Tim has his own way of showing the world what it means to live on your own terms. An entrepreneur, New York’s No.1 Bestseller author, and an angel investor, Timothy Ferriss is well known for his rapid learning techniques explained quite vividly in his books entitled The 4-Hour Body, The 4-hour Workweek, The 4-Hour chef, published in over 30 languages.

The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich (Expanded and Updated) are 100+ pages of pure brilliance that will hold you enthralled in a world only he can create. This book is considered a long overdue manifesto that begged to be written by someone and benefit the humanity in an inhuman way that is both prodigious and cutting edge.

The book urges its readers to visualize a completely different landscape of the concept we term ‘retirement’ and labels it as a boring and dead definition. Especially in such unanticipated economic times, The 4-Hour Workweek is a blueprint of an entirely new world. Whether you dream to become a millionaire, travel the world, or earn a six-figure income with no management, this book is a whole new ball game.

The book soupçons the concepts of daily working hours, hourly pay, outsourcing ideas to blow your mind away, trade long-hauled careers for ‘mini’ frequent ones, traveling the world without having to quit and tips, techniques, and real world examples as to how to live a luxurious lifestyle without the fears of an economical drainage.

The best thing about the book is how brilliantly Tim creates a roadmap for a better and stable future. Living on your own terms has never been easier and this new additional expansion of the book is something that even the biggest and smartest of minds couldn’t have come up with even if they lived a hundred more years. He is a genius who deserves all the recognition and honor, the one who teaches learning techniques to create superhuman results in minimum time.

If you still haven’t found your very own each-page-bookmarked- copy of this latest edition, you are cheating yourself and your better-to-be future.

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