The 4-Hour Workweek: An Interview with Tim Ferris

I sat down with Tim Ferris, author of the new book The 4-Hour Workweek, to hear exactly what the heck that might mean for life, business and money… here’s the audio:

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More Ferris-ness at Darren’s blog…

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9 thoughts on “The 4-Hour Workweek: An Interview with Tim Ferris

  1. Carl Barbrias

    The "4-Hour Work Week" looks excellent. I’m purchasing it right away. It ties in perfectly with what I’ve been learning about outsourcing your daily tasks to others and getting a life through the freedom busines system [click commenter’s name for more info]. I used to work almost 100 hours a week. Sure financially it was great, but after 3 failed relationships and deterioating health, this is giving me a new lease on life.

  2. Amanda

    Tim Ferriss book “The 4-Hour Work Week” seems to be an informative one.
    Do you think we can afford to have it?

  3. Harry

    Well, if you’re referring to the book price, yes. It’s only about $11 and maybe add a few cents. The price of two sandwiches. Speaking of which, I’ve just realized my stomach’s kissing my backbone already.

  4. Amanda

    Oh, I heard the book is now #10 in Amazon.
    Great job! Soaring that fast, huh! And another good thing is, they reduced the price. Isn’t it good?


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