The Four-Hour Workweek: Timothy Ferriss Explains How to Have it All
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Visit Timothy Ferriss’ website for more information about his book.
The Four-Hour Workweek
Timothy Ferriss, Author; Investor
Want to work just four hours a week? Ferriss believes he can show you how. This jack-of-all-trades has done it all, from becoming the National Chinese Kickboxing Champion and the Guinness World Record-holder for tango dancing to working for education reform. In his controversial book, The 4-Hour Workweek, Ferriss advocates throwing out old ideas of retirement and deferred-life plans. He says you can have it all…right now.
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