By Tim Ferriss
Anyone read it?
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I haven't read it but I would like to see him do all the alterations ( wedding gowns, bridesmaids, mother of the bride, flower girls, etc) on 26 weddings (the record so far) on one weekend on a 4-hour work week.
The truth may be out there but lies are in your head. Terry Pratchett
"BTW, I hate Lifetime. Their movies will suck you in and all of a sudden you've watched 3 in a row, used every tissue in t
He advocates selling a product, never a service, so you can farm out most of the work overseas or to domestic drop ship companies.
There's also the whole tone he takes toward the people who are working for him. Like they are inferior creatures who have to slave away for five bucks an hour while he does his thing.
My own philosophy of life involves things like maximizing one's enjoyment of the experience because as far as I know, you only get one time on the planet and you might as well make the most of it But not like he advocates.