4-hour workweek

The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich

Perhaps you are already familiar with this book.  It’s not new, it’s been around for many years.  In fact Tim just recently updated and expanded this book which is how it crossed my path once again.

The 4-Hour Workweek is a massive book.  For this reason although I’ve tried a few times, I’ve not been able to read it in the past.  Something about the density and the size.  So much information.  What if it actually worked?  There was just too much resistance for me to get through.  When I found it on audio this time, it seemed perfect.  Since we are moving at least once a week with long drives the timing was right.

So it begins

As soon as we got started with this I knew it had come to me at this point for a reason.  Listening to the first section I could feel my energy gearing up.  I could feel excitement growing as he talked about some of the paradigms that we’ve been taught about work.  This is one of the key metrics in my life.  When I can feel my energy rising I know I’m on the right path.

I’m not lazy

Originally, I think that the thought of only working four hours a week felt lazy to me.  What would I do if I only worked four hours a week?  This is one of the first things he gets you to think about…..what would you do?  How do you see your life playing out?  What brings you joy on a large scale?  Let’s face it although the thought of sipping margaritas on the beach somewhere sounds fabulous – life would get boring darn quickly.

The book continues to offer many concepts, ideas, and activities to get you to the place where this concept of only working 4 hours seems like it might even be doable for you.

Regardless of whether you are interested in only working four hours a week or not – this book creates an opening in your thought patterns to shift away from what we have been told.  It opens you up to new ways of thinking, new ideas, and breaks some of the chains we’ve bound ourselves in.

If you are open to growing yourself and finding new ways of creating income and doing business this book is a must read.

I’d love to hear your thoughts on this…..have you read this book?  Do you have resistance come up over these thoughts?  Is there a piece of you or a whole lot of you that thinks we need to work really hard to get ahead.  That the only way to create money is to work ourselves to the bone?

What other rules have you been taught that might not be true?

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