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The 4-hour Work Week

The 4-hour Work Week

What is the difference between a wealthy filthy rich person and a cubicale dweller 9-5 working person? 

The purpose of this book is to understand what world traveling and luxury life freedom is. And to get to the answer to this question.


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<p><strong><em><u>"Someday" is...

"Someday" is a curse to your dreams, because you'll take your dreams to the grave.


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Getting done

Getting done

Life is about moving and getting things done. We live in a giant rock with water and dirt, and we walk around like bags of meat and bone. What is really life about?

Leaving a legacy behind. Being remembered. But to achieve this we must work, work , work.

For that reason, don't postpone something just because the timing isn't right, if it is important to you and you want to do it eventually just go it and correct the course along the way of any obstacles if you find.


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Get good a troublemaking and then apologizing

Understand that if something you want do doesn't devastate those around you, TRY IT and THEN justify it!

People, in order to look after you, will deny you things on an emotional base. So just do it.


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DEAL Method

The DEAL Method is something used in the book by Tim Ferriss in order to set you free from the rat race.


  • D for Definition
  • E for Elimination
  • A for Automation
  • L for Liberation

Definition - Define the problem and what makes you stuck 

Elimination - Find a solution for what holds you down

Automation - Making a permanent solution and resolve things by automating them

Liberation - Set yourself free and work 4-hours a week


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When faced with a discomfort situation:

  • Define your nightmare, the absolute worst that could happen if you did what you are considering.
  • What steps can you take to repair the damage, after you took action.
  • What are the outcomes/benefits of the most probable scenarios?
  • What are you putting off out of fear? (analyze situations)
  • What is costing you by postponing the action or situation?
  • What are you waiting for?

Most things are temporary and if something bad happens it will, probably, be temporary. So if some action has a good outcome for you do it, if the consequences aren't the biggest.


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Set your standards

Set your standards

Remember this - The question you should be asking yourself (long term) is not "what do I want" or "what are my goals" but you should ask "what does excite me".

Don't dreamline too low, nothing is too low for what you can achieve while on this planet! And if you don't achieve it so what? Move on!


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<p>Ever tried. Ever failed. Do...

Ever tried. Ever failed. Doens't matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better.


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Small things don't matter


Focus on the important few and ignore the rest (80/20 rule, cut 80% that brings you 20% value)

Limit tasks to the important ones to shorten work time. (80/20)

Interviews, non-practical/non-effective meetings, useless events.

Shorten work time to limit tasks to the important (Parkinson's Law)

Parkinson's Law is the old adage that work expands to fill the time allotted for its completion.


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Assertive Personality

Assertive Personality

Learn to be difficult when it counts.

Be assertive towards the things that count, by building something like this around you will see people will come at you with a different mindset.

But first, be assertive with yourself.


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I am a portuguese student living in Lisbon. I'm currently taking a Bachelor's in Management at Nova SBE.


I feel this book made me look at myself and see that I want to get the f... out of the rat race we live in every day. I want to feel free I soon as I can. And for that we have to reach a level of financial stability not so easy to achieve. But with some of these tips it is possible,

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