Reinvent yourself: Is it necessary to work like slave to live a life you always dreamed of?

Reality is maybe negotiable, but dreams are not.

Does life has to be so hard?

Are you convincing yourself that life has to be hard?

Do you feel you need to travel more and experience something new?

Do you sometimes feel like one of the living dead?

Do you feel like you are missing some part of your life?

Is your dream to escape the rat race and to make dramatic career change?

If you are asking yourself these questions, maybe this amazing book will give you some of the answers.

Sometimes when we are in chase for some answers, we can find them in real life, but also in the world of books where author shares with us insights that are sometimes answering some of our questions.

What would really happen if we could free our time and location, and make our money automatically worth 3-10 times as much?

Check out the book “The 4-Hour Workweek” by Timothy Ferriss, which was a #1 New York Times bestseller. “Whether your dream is escaping the rat race, real-life fantasy travel, long-term wandering, setting world records, or simply a dramatic career change, this book will give you all the tools you need to make it a reality in the here-and- now instead of in the often elusive “retirement.”

Timothy shares with us many new insight and he is opening many questions, like: “What is the pot of gold that justifies spending the best years of your life hoping for happiness in the last?”

“People don’t want to be millionaires—they want to experience what they believe only millions can buy. Ski chalets, butlers, and exotic travel often enter the picture. Perhaps rubbing cocoa butter on your belly in a hammock while you listen to waves rhythmically lap- ping against the deck of your thatched-roof bungalow?”

We can have everything, the thing is what we really choose.

There are answers all around us, the question is what are our goals and our questions that will lead us to fulfilling our dreams.

Maybe this book can give us some missing puzzles of our chasing-fulfilling life mozaic.

Check out http://www.fourhourworkweek.com/

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