Literally every day people contact me trying to figure out how I work full-time for myself before ever graduating college. To be honest, I’d love to be arrogant and pretend that it was all my doing, and that I’m some kind of self-made genius. But that wouldn’t be honest. There are two secrets to anything I’ve done or ever will do:
- My Parents. My parents taught me from a young age that I can do anything I want to do. They’ve supported me every step of the way, and never pressured me to cave in and try to just find a “nice, comfortable job” working under anyone else. My parents are amazing, and I love them, and am extremely thankful.
- This Book. In terms of business advice, everything else is based on a little book called The Four-Hour Workweek. It’s written by Tim Ferris, a young multi-millionaire entrepreneuer and investor who literally sits around making money while working only a couple of hours a week. His secret? Well, read the rest of my review to find out.
No, seriously, buy the book. After you read it, you’ll see why I’m almost dogmatic in my support of the book. It’s brilliant, and worth the fifteen bucks or whatever it will cost you. Go get it and read it, and reread it, and reread it. It’ll change your life.
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