Game Changer. I know it may seem unprofessional to start a blog off in such a manner but it is the only way I could honestly describe this book. Now before I dive to deep, let me start off by saying that I still work an 8-6 day job six days a week. I haven’t actually discover what the title describes but I feel this book is much more than that. I have taken the tools I have learned from this book and put them to use at my day job and even though I would love to escape the traditional format of earning income and have loads of free time, it has made my career more manageable and myself much more efficient. My entire outlook on life has changed, and for the better. In what little free time I have, I have dedicated to building an online presence. For instance I have this blog and also a YouTube channel that even though isn’t paying more than pennies at the moment is a blast to do. However, I have invested a fair amount of money and time and will continue to do so in hopes for a return, both monetarily and in terms of time.
The author of this book, Tim Ferriss, has a chapter where he discusses the importance of having awkward conversations. That is by far my most favorite part of the book. I find myself from time to time in those very situations he wrote about and I refer back to what he says every time. I am going to keep this post nice and short even though I could rave on and on about it. If you have not read the book yet, I highly suggest it. Especially if you’ve ever found yourself wanting to be more organized and more efficient in daily tasks. You can find it here on Amazon amzn.to/2hjlOoC. Thanks for reading this and I hope you enjoy!
– Justin R. Van Horn