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Mastermind Book Club -- The 4-Hour Workweek

Formal education will make you a living, but self-education will make you a fortune. Each month we select a personal development or wealth-building book to read. Everyone reads on their own. Then the last Friday of the month, we'll get together for an hour or so to discuss the book, reflect on personal experiences, and implement action steps to put our new knowledge to use.

The January book is "The 4-Hour Workweek" by Timothy Ferris. This book has spent more than four years on the The New York Times Best Seller list, has been translated into 35 languages and has sold more than 1,350,000 copies worldwide. It focuses on a lifestyle design to help you develop a streamlined system of running your business (checking email once per day, outsourcing small daily tasks to virtual assistants, etc) so that you can escape a workaholic lifestyle, but still make big money by automating your businesses and putting systems in place.

Read more at http://www.fourhourworkweek.com/

You can find this book online, check Amazon.

"Don’t worry about the cost of books. It isn’t what the book costs. It’s what it will cost you if you don’t read it." - Jim Rohn

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  • Ray

    Hello everyone!

    February 24, 2014

  • Tim B.

    I need to handle business in NYC the week of this meetup, so I will not be able to attend. I'm pretty upset that I'll miss it -- I really want to discuss the concepts & strategies in this book. If anyone else can't make this meetup (or wants to discuss it twice), let me know & we'll grab coffee as a little group the first week in March.

    February 13, 2014

    • Eric A. W.

      Tim--How about just changing the Meetup to the following week? It would actually work better with schedule anyway. Objections anyone?

      February 14, 2014

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