Timothy Ferriss has gone back to re-examine his best-seller The Four Hour Work Week in the light of the recent crash and the financial recession.
This book is a great way to examine your goals in life and how to achieve change.
Ferriss agrees that change often causes fear, that fear then causes stagnation as people accept the status quo and never really aim to achieve real goals.
I have used some of the ideas in this book. I have not achieved a four hour work week, I work four days, in a job I love and get three day weekends everyweek to do all the other things that I need to do.
One of the first steps is to find what you really want to do.
It doesn't have to be living a millionaire lifestyle, but it can be and in The Four Hour Work Week but even the millionaire lifestyle is affordable and even less expensive than you think.
Ferris shows you how to clear the negative influences of your life, your own fears and also those people who happily feed your fears and prevent you from achieving what you really want to achieve.
Ferriss shows you where to find the tools to begin to create your own perfect life. The Four Hour Work Week Use this book as a guide to help you change your life for the better and help you fulfil your potential.
The ideas are sound, they work, they have worked for me and I am the happier for it.
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