The Four Hour Work Week – A must read for students in general!

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I know I had mentioned a while back in a post about my winter reading list that I was going to be reading The Four Hour Work Week (4HWW) by Tim Ferriss soon and would be posting a review of the book when finished. Well, I am not fully finished the book, however, I did want to put up a quick note letting you all know that the review is coming. The book is very detailed and an intense read for anyone that is interested in reorganizing their life and making major changes, so I want to be able to put together a review that is comprehensive enough to cover some of the major topics and point out some of the best information in the book. This will take some time!

Over the past week while cruising through the Caribbean, drinking beer, talking with the bartenders, enjoying the sun and different paces of life, and of course getting some sun burn, I found the opportunity to read through about half the book. If we had more time on the boat then I would have made it further, sorry but I had to experience the island excursions during my time as well.

Anyway, the book is a must read for student entrepreneurs and students in general! If you are looking for ideas on how to automate your life, work less, outsource your routine tasks, and evaluate what you really want out our your professional and personal lives, please get your hands on a copy today.

Keep an eye out for a full review of the 4HWW coming soon, hopefully within the next couple weeks. I intend to continue reading the book as much as possible over the next week to finish it up.

In the mean time, I do have a post coming up about how I am changing my thoughts on time management based off of some suggestions in the book, so look for that soon.

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2 Responses to The Four Hour Work Week – A must read for students in general!

  1. Ellis Benus March 20, 2008 at 10:39 am #


    This book indeed changed my life.

    I have read it twice cover to cover.
    I have lent it out to almost a dozen people.
    I have purchased one copy for another person.
    I have recommended it to dozens.

    And I am getting ready to read it a third time as I just got it back from the last person I lent it to.

    I have always wanted to live the lifestyle Ferris talks about in his book, but never have I seen it done by anyone.

    The “old rich” control the perception of wealth and living the life.

    I am hoping we start to hear about people living the new rich lifestyle more and more!

  2. TheContestBlogger September 19, 2008 at 9:25 am #

    Nice, I will include this book in my future reading list too. Isn’t there an electronic version of this book as well? I wonder how much would it cost.

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