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This work offers a summary of the book “THE 4HOUR WORKWEEK: Escape 95, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich” by Timothy Ferriss.

Timothy Ferriss is a serial entrepreneur. In addition to speaking six languages, Ferriss runs a multinational firm from wireless locations worldwide. His eclectic passions include being a world record holder in tango, a national champion in Chinese kickboxing and a guest lecturer at Princeton University.

In The 4Hour Workweek, he explains that there is a new subculture of people in the world who have figured out that the 95 grindstone doesn't really fire up their imaginations to any great degree. Instead, they organize their lives and follow a set of uncommon rules which typically allows them to work less than four hours a week but earn more in a month than most people do in a year.

These people are the “New Rich” (NR). They abandon the conventional deferredlife plan (work now and retire later) and instead develop their own signature lifestyles which utilize the currencies of the New Rich: time and mobility.

The 4Hour Workweek gives you four steps to follow which will take you from being deferredlife oriented to becoming part of the New Rich.
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