The 4-Hour Workweek...

4hourworkweek.jpgAdmittedly, I just finished reading The 4-Hour Workweek. Why do I say admittedly? Well, the book wreaks of "get rich quick" schemes and constantly refers to the "new rich" as that group of the human population that does not need to plan for retirement because every day is a retirement (so much so that after about 10 pages the author refers to the term simply as NR). Then why I am writing about this book and wasting your time? Simple. Putting aside the negative parts of the book, you have a truly inspiring way of looking at how you currently handle your professional and personal life. The emphasis is on how you spend your time and the ultimate goal is making more money with less time. In so many words....being more efficient. All of this is possible, the author stipulates, by selling information as a product and using the internet (particularly Virtual Assistant firms) as your primary tool.

It's a good read and was worth my time.