Old news, good news
By now, Tim Ferriss is old news, with +400 million downloads of his podcast, the Tim Ferriss Show, and millions of copies of his books sold. But he is always good news.
Why we love it
His bestselling book, “The 4-Hour Workweek”, is one of the best blueprints of the possibilities of life outside the corporate world, with helpful hacks on how to explore infinite possibilities and create te life and business you want.
Tim Ferriss offers an action plan full of examples on how to master time and mobility to stop deferring living a more fulfilling life now – while making money to sustain your lifestyle.
What you’ll learn
- How to escape paralysis and overcome fear, including the atrocious cost of inaction
- Ideas on creating passive income businesses and automating cash flow
- Productivity hacks for you and for how you can run your business
- Ways that you can leave your job and create a business that suits you – even if your goal is not to travel the world and have a nomadic lifestyle
PS: Don’t get discouraged by the book length (and definitely not by the tag line)
PS: The story goes that Tim was neglected by 26 editors before closing his book deal. Definitely a real example of resilience.