2 Small Biz Guys on a 4-Hour Workweek

2 Small Biz Guys on a 4-Hour Workweek

4-Hour Workweek

Small Business – Work Smarter not Harder
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2 Small Biz Guys put it on grand pause; albeit Grandpas, that is. We’re feeling older, now. Zen is a great grandfather now. But we digress…

Tim Ferriss’s book offers a new way of thinking about work. Things were much different when we were young and with the advent of click and mortar businesses. The marketplace and work in general have really changed. As if the turn of the century flipped everything upside down online businesses have escalated to 12-24 million, only 650,000 generate annual sales of more than $1,000.http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0307465357/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=0307465357&linkCode=as2&tag=bethedream-20&linkId=MYXMZFB6KZAIT77Z

Does technology make the new scene about working smarter instead of harder? That seems to be the trend of this century, a kind of new millennial mindset that isn’t necessarily about a specific generation as the term might indicate. How is the shift in the marketplace affecting the work week? It’s more about a mindset. You’ve got to read the book or at least get Ray’s crib notes.

The book’s main audience are people who work for others, but primarily for entrepreneurs. The main emphasis is forgetting the “deferred-life plan” and the old concept of retirement. Many of the ideas are appropriate and even compatible for small business owners.

You will enjoy and even gain from the conversation and sidebars as 2 Small Biz Guys banter about with wit and wisdom.

The term “The New Rich” (NR) are those who abandon the deferred-life plan and create luxury lifestyles in the present using the currency of the New Rich; time and mobility. What’s in your wallet?

What separates the New Rich (NR) and Deferrers (D), which reflect very distinct priorities and life philosophies? Listen in…

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