Seems like a crazy concept, doesn’t it? Not to Tim Ferriss, who has proven that working a four-hour week can actually increase productivity and profits. In a digital world where time is a currency, managing every minute is a key to maximizing one’s output and putting energy into the “right” place.
We’ve all been slaves to our email, checking it dozens of times a day and filtering through information that distracts us from our mission. Tim gives the radio listeners some hard-hitting tips about restructuring the way information is distributed and how staying OUT of touch can bring in more bucks.
About Tim Ferriss
Serial entrepreneur and ultra vagabond Timothy Ferriss has been featured by dozens of media, including The New York Times, National Geographic Traveler, NBC, and MAXIM. He speaks six languages, runs a multinational firm from wireless locations worldwide, and has been a popular guest lecturer at Princeton University since 2003, where he presents entrepreneurship as a tool for ideal lifestyle design and world change. Tim received his BA from Princeton University in 2000, where he studied in the Neuroscience and East Asian Studies departments. He developed his nonfiction writing with Pulitzer Prize winner John McPhee and formed his life philosophies under Nobel Prize winner Kenzaburo Oe.