Book Review – The Four-Hour Work Week – 10 years later

Congratulations to Tim Ferriss on the 10th anniversary of the publication of the first of his 4-Hour series books, The 4-Hour Work Week.

This book is the blueprint for how I currently live my life being an author, software developer, and now starting a successful WordPress hosting and website development company…all remotely.

This is the first book I ever read that not only gave you great ideas but also gave you very actionable steps to be successful. You don’t have to be a digital nomad to benefit from this book. I’ve only been a digital nomad for 4 years now. Ferriss gives advice on how to be more productive in an office environment. Furthermore, he gives steps to modify your boss’ behavior to stop monitoring face-time at the office to measuring productivity. He also provides real life examples of how to setup your online business so that it’s not consuming all your time.




10 years ago, I met Tim Ferriss at a company event and was given this book. I had no idea what an impact it would have on me and my life. Now I live in Mexico and travel a lot while still working effectively.

There’s so much more in this book, so pick it up on Amazon today. I think I’ve read this book 10 times over the years, and it’s just as relative today as it was 10 years ago. It certainly has allowed me to live a Lifestyle by Design.

Please also check out my book “Fat Burning Secrets” available in both Kindle or in PDF format.

Fat Burning Secrets available in the Kindle Store

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Richard Webb is an entrepreneur, fitness author of Fat Burning Secrets, bodybuilder, blogger of fitness & technology, and a digital nomad working mainly from Mexico and travels frequently to Texas and California. He has 25 years experience working in software technology, so he truly considers himself as an unusual combination of bodybuilder-tech nerd.

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