The 4-Hour Workweek by Timothy Ferriss
This book became an overnight success because of the unconventional ‘mobile lifestyle’ it recommended. The book is divided into four sections - define your objective, eliminate distractions to free up time, automate your cash flow to increase income and liberate yourself from traditional expectations. It’s not just another ‘get rich quick’ book and the author describes the steps he has taken to create a mini-retirement after having a revelation based on the Pareto Principle - 80% of effects come from 20% of causes.
The 4-Hour Workweek is a great book, although not without flaws but most business owners can certainly draw something useful from the multitude of ideas.
The Success Principles by Jack Canfield
This book is full of simple, timeless ideas that anyone can use to move forward in their business, career and life. No matter what your professional circumstances, this book will help you increase your confidence and tackle daily personal and professional challenges. This book spells out the 64 timeless principles used by successful men and women throughout history.
Filled with stories from CEOs, world-class athletes, celebrities and everyday people that are both memorable and inspiring, this book will help anyone achieve their goals and most importantly, live with passion and purpose.
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Other articles in this edition:
- Time For A Business Audit?
- What Is The Tax Office Up To?
- How the ATO Use Business Benchmarks
- 6 Tips for Selling Your Business
- What Changed on July 1, 2013
- Data Storage Solutions for Business Owners
- Why YouTube Videos are Important for Your Business
- Privacy is Your Business
- Apps To Help You Through Your Day
- 8 Top Tips for Managing Cashflow
- Legal Hurdles for Start Ups
- It’s Getting Cloudy for Business Owners
- 3 Easy Online Marketing Activities You Can Start Today
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