Another Thick Book To Help You

Here is another resource book that is useful to have on hand when you need some motivation. In my review I explain what it is, what it isn’t and how to use it best.

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Book Review: The Four Hour Workweek

Regardless of whether working four hours a week is possible or even desirable this book presents a refreshing perspective that is intrinsically valuable. The “Four Hour Workweek” by Timothy Ferriss questions a lot of assumptions that are ingrained into our culture and presents a treasure trove of ideas for escaping the 9-5 workday and the deferred enjoyment life plan. Even if half of these do not work or do not apply to you, the book is still worth a read. The author put more than four hours a week into making this book: it is full of resources, links, and useful references.

This book is good for times when you feel like you are stuck in your work or stuck in your life. Even if you don’t believe or want to believe everything that Tim Ferriss is proposing this book is still useful. This book will convince you that you can design your life, you can be intentional about how you work, and you don’t have to put off living the life you want until your retirement.

 

Book Review: Tools of Titans by Tim Ferriss

You probably know by now that I am interested in studying tools and techniques for self-awareness, self-motivation, and creative productivity. As part of this study, I have been reading “Tools of Titans” by Tim Ferriss.

If you are interested in being intentional about how you live your life and how you work your work then you should read this book.

This book was compatible with my morning routine and I read it in short, 15 to 30 minute chunks every day. I found a lot of useful and motivating content.

Check out my full review below: