The 4-Hour Work Week: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich by Timothy Ferriss
The 4-Hour Work Week was given to me by my son. I hope it was not a message to the impact of my work schedule on his childhood. While the title may seem flippant and unattainable, the lessons are real and usable, especially as we become more and more tethered to electronic devices. The ability to make the right time and priority choices, make those advancements gifts versus burdens, is crucial to happiness and effectiveness.
In some ways, the book is about time management, but more so it provides a lighthearted look at planning, decision-making, prioritization, and, close to our hearts at Daneli Partners, a look at “What Matters.”