The Four Hour Work Week

4 hour workweek

Excerpts from the book
The 4-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss

· Aim high so you can create your own reality and write your own rules.

· Step outside of your comfort zone and take action now.

· Try to gain the freedom of remote working within your current job.

· Be effective on the job by working on things with the goal of gaining remote work.

· The 80/20 rule applies with work: 20% of work will bring 80% of results. So, focus on being productive instead of busy.

· Time is money. Remove things that reduce your effectiveness at the job.

· Finish your high priority items before noon.

· Address email and voicemail messages after completing the high priority tasks are done. Then bundle tasks to finish them.

· Appear bigger; because people trust larger companies.

· Be picky about your customers. The 20/80 rule applies. Top 20% of your customers will be responsible for 80% of revenue, so attend to them.

· Don’t start your day by checking emails.

· The worst-case scenario from making a decision is usually not as bad as you think.

Excerpted from The 4-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss

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