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The 4 Hour Workday
I work 4 hours on average each day and call this the 4 hour workday.
What is the 4 hour workday? (2:05)
Thank you for starting this course! I hope to make it in 4 hours of real time! (2:05)
From time equals money to doing the right work equals money (3:36)
With time is money I made $20 per hour at most on average. (2:22)
With doing the right work I make over $1,000 per hour of work. (3:44)
Getting started using the 4 hour workday and being free of time as money.
How do you know what the right work is to do? (6:18)
My workflow with tracking the progress I make each day with Microsoft Excel. (6:16)
The 4 hour workday is one I practice 7 days per week. (4:29)
Common work problems solved by the 4 hour workday.
Only 4 hours to work forces me to look carefully at what I am doing. (4:22)
Perfectionism cannot stand up to limited amounts of time to work. (6:34)
Breaks are easy to take with less hours of work! (2:31)
Spending money to work more effectively is now a given. (5:31)
Having less time to work forces me to face my limitations and work with others. (8:11)
Accepting the things I cannot change is mandatory with less time to work. (6:20)
Saying no and respecting myself is much easier with less time to work. (9:16)
Achieving a healthy work, fun, relationship, and self care life balance.
The purpose of working less is to make time for a balanced life. (5:10)
When doing knowledge and creative work, a balanced life means better quality. (7:49)
This system is tolerant of problems that come up. (4:35)
I never have to say I am busy anymore! Take a look at my schedule! (6:02)
Working a little every day is best for long term memory. (3:07)
Overcoming obstacles to starting and using the 4 hour workday.
Is 4 hours a day or 28 hours per week is not enough time? (4:42)
How can you do this with a job and a family? (5:14)
What about other people working 60 hours a week and doing great things? (2:37)
Making the time you have spent here worth something today in your life.
Thank you for taking this course! What will you do about it today? (3:53)
Working a little every day is best for long term memory.
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