A Joosr Guide to The 4-Hour Work Week by Timothy Ferriss, Joosr

A Joosr Guide to The 4-Hour Work Week by Timothy Ferriss

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You don't have to wait until you retire to get the relaxing, worry-free life you want. All it takes is a change in lifestyle, and you can be living your retirement dream now!

Are you making good money, but still don't feel happy? Always thinking about how to save for your retirement, seeing it as the day you'll finally be able to enjoy life? You may be what Timothy Ferris calls a “Deferrer,” or someone who postpones their dreams until it's too late. It's hard to find happiness in life with this mindset, but all it takes to break it is a change in how you address your work. Let Ferris show you how to stop deferring your dreams, join the New Rich, and enjoy the freedom and income you want right now!

You will learn:

· What the DEAL formula is and how following it makes your work much easier

· How to convince your boss to let you work from home (or anywhere you want!)

· Why unrealistic goals are actually easier to reach than realistic ones.
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Igor Putkovskiy
Igor Putkovskiyshared an impression2 years ago

Unfortunately these tips don't work for Ukrainian citizens


Pyana Pyana
Pyana Pyanahas quoted3 years ago
Most people would say that their goal is to be happy. So what is the opposite of happiness? Is it sadness? No, it is boredom.
b7058311086has quoted7 months ago
If you think you cannot do this, remember Parkinson’s Law, which stipulates that a task will increase in complexity and importance according to the time you allot to its completion. Its application is simple. Suppose you are given a task and asked to complete it in 24 hours. You will find a way to do it somehow. If, however, you were given a week to complete the same task, it would magically increase in complexity and take the whole week to finish. If you were given a month, its complexity and importance would increase so much that it would take the entire month to finish. Interestingly, if you were able to compare the end product from the 24-hour deadline with that from the month-long deadline, you would in all probability find that the work from the former will be equal to or even better than the latter.
Faizahas quoted8 months ago
They have a specific goal, a defined dream with time lines, and they know what they have to do to get there.

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