"The 4-Hour Work Week" is an eye opening book. It reminds me of taking Philosophy my freshman year of college. It's meant to expand your mind, rewire your thinking and make you realize there is more out there than what you've always believed. This isn't meant for someone who can't think outside the box, this is a side hustle box, it's for people who understand you can make a living outside an office.
If you look on Amazon you'll see an overall positive rating, but the negative reviews all seem to have the same thing in common, they just don't get it. The people writing the bad reviews want more out of life, but can't seem to wrap their heads around the possibility that they could be in control of their own destiny. That isn't me, that isn't you. We've read the "Lifestyle Blogs" from stay at home Mom's who are now making 5x what they made when they were working. We know there are success stories out there and The 4-Hour Work Week outlines how you can have the same thing.
I also like that this book isn't just filled with "You Can Do It!" fluff. It actually lists links and companies you can work with to help outsource and delegate busy work. The author Tim Ferriss gives real world examples and explains how he got rich from side hustles before the term "side hustle" even existed.
To be clear, this isn't a blue print of how to start a blog. This is more of a guide to help you break away from what's considered "normal". Maybe you want to start an online drop shipping store, or a blog, or an Amazon FBA. Whatever your goal I believe this book can help open your eyes and push you toward your goal.
Any of the links on this post will connect you to my Amazon Associate's page where you can purchase "The 4-Hour Work Week". If you've already read the book comment below and let me know what you think.