There has been a lot of buzz about the Four Hour Work Week. And to be honest I blew it off at the beginning and I still blow off a lot of it. But I’m trying my best to implement various things that I find useful. Mostly becoming more organized and more diligent to pursue hobbies outside of ‘work’ have become the center of my focus.
The Four Hour Work Week is a must read for anyone who wishes to travel and work on the road. Some of the resources Tim Ferris shares in the book are just amazing. My personal favorite is GetFriday. You can’t go wrong with a virtual assistant or two who can juggle two or three hats and focus on helping you build your business(es).
One of the things I have been pondering lately is the need to be always connected. I see a lot of people out there are getting iPhones, and I realized we are creating more and more of a society that is always online. And always reachable. You know what?
There is a good part of the time I just don’t want to be reachable. I want to be curled up listening to music and goofing around in Photoshop. I don’t know about you but I’d rather have a truck load of Moleskines and a walking stick than an iPhone and an always on world.