Interview with Tim Ferriss, Author of The 4-Hour Workweek

Do you want to carve between 10 and 30 hours out of your work week in just 2 to 4 weeks? Convince your employer to let you work from home? Begin living your retirement now instead of putting it off to the last 20 years of your life? Get specific tips you can begin applying right away to save time and increase productivity. Hear inspiring success stories. Find out how to hire virtual assistants for practically anything you need done—for far less than you’d ever imagine.

This week, we interviewed Timothy Ferriss, a dynamic 30-year-old CEO on the West Coast. His new book, The 4-Hour Workweek, has been the number one New York Times business bestseller and Wall Street Journal bestseller. In his book, he reveals an entirely new way of doing business. We talked with him about what inspired him to write the book and how he believes it can help others make time for the good life.

Read the full interview here.

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