Is the book by Tim Ferriss, "The 4-Hour Workweek", recommended?

Vitali Lutz
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1:12 Minutes

Many years after its publication, Tim Ferriss' book is still worth reading. In it, he describes a cultural phenomenon that is still widespread today: people living secretly on a beautiful island with their laptops, making money only for themselves, while 98% of other people get to enjoy their own personal hamster wheel.

Tim Ferriss sticks to simple advice that was effective at the time the book was published and, with a few tweaks, can still be applied today when it comes to making money online.

Basically, it boils down to this:

  • Set goals that you can achieve.
  • Create a plan.
  • Work with maximum effectiveness to achieve them.
  • Systematically reduce your workload.

In theory, the steps are simple, but in practice, you'll quickly realize that you're living on Earth, not on a sugar pie.

Because technology, especially the Internet, has advanced since Ferriss wrote the book, many of the ideas discussed are much easier to implement today simply because there are many more tools than there were back then. Of course, you can't expect in-depth technical knowledge or specific tool suggestions here.

Tim Ferriss goes over the most important basic principles of how you can achieve maximum profit with minimum time investment. He explains useful methods to work more efficiently, faster and most importantly, more effectively.

Above all, the self-employed know how essential it is to work in a focused and effective manner.

When it comes to the question whether the book "The 4-Hour Workweek" is recommended or not, I can only say that it is one of the best investments for your career, especially if you want to earn your money digitally.

Vitali Lutz

About Vitali Lutz

Vitali Lutz is a versatile author on all aspects of business and technology. Thanks to his ability to adapt to a wide range of topics and his great thirst for knowledge, he writes about anything that interests him.

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