A modern day classic, The Richest Man in Babylon dispenses financial advice through a collection of parables set in ancient Babylon. Since you were old enough to hold a job, you've been hoodwinked to believe that wealth can be created by blindly trusting in the uncontrollable and unpredictable markets: There are many better books on building your own business. Excellent read and resources He obviously is a smart, motivated person that has an optimistic perspective and wants to live life to the fullest.
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Would you ever listen to anything by Timothy Ferriss again? Good read, though some parts are tedious in audio The narrator is great but some parts urls, etc are tedious in audio format and would be much easier to skip in paper format.
The 4-Hour Workweek
His accounts of tango contests and global sailing are quaint, but he loses credibility very quickly when he advises the reader on how to win a kickboxing contest: Tools of Titans by Tim Ferriss: With perspectives that often contradict conventional wisdom, Robert has earned a reputation for straight talk, irreverence and courage. Or did he just create the illusion of being better than his opponents?
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The mindset seems to be this: At one time, I had part ownership in a telco startup and have put in the long hours it takes to build a business from the ground up.
Otherwise, put it on a web site and just refer to it for later reference. Did he really master kickboxing? The 4-Hour Workweek Not my cup of tea Eric Ries Narrated by: The key to exercising regularly, losing weight, raising exceptional children, becoming more productive, building revolutionary companies and social movements, and achieving success is understanding how habits work.
Click I Have iTunes to open it now. Forget the old concepts of retirement and a deferred life plan.
There are some good 'time saving' techniques like batching of business activities think email, voicemail, and phone calls. I feel like a lot of people wouldn't have been successful due to family responsibility.
If everyone lived like this nothing would ever move forward. Refusing to accept that success takes hard work, cutting corners whenever possible, justifying any means by the ends, behaving and speaking in ways that have always been considered rude and inappropriate, defining success by income, fame, and 'rock-star' status, using shock-value to attract attention and prove courage and independence, wofk judging maturity, honesty, respect, self-sacrifice, and patience as worn-out, ridiculous principles that no longer apply to the modern world.
Does that make him trustworthy? The author has further elaborated this by giving Tim as an example.
The 4 Hour Work Week Audiobook - by Timothy Ferriss | Audeliver
There are many good tips for prioritizing and streamlining much of your workflow. What value is a trophy if you only got it, as he basically did, though his opponents' forfeit? Critic Reviews "It's about time this book was written.
I now choose to work for an organization and live a more stable life with my family's wee, and well-being in mind. View More by This Author.
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Knight Writer Narrated by: We have been building our personal lives and businesses around Tim's advice and everything is going just as planned. I don't blame Tim, but I do blame the editor who didn't know how to shape a narrative as well as Blackstone whom couldn't be bothered to tweak the text of the book to sound a bit more intelligible when read aloud.
My favorite book for encouragement! You can go after the job you want If I did some of this stuff he talks about in my position my customers and prospects would quickly find someone else to do business with.
People who bought this also bought Not to be too critical; there are some good things in the book.