Anglais The 4-hour workweek (EDITION EN LANGUE ANGLAISE)

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This work offers a summary of the book « THE 4-HOUR WORKWEEK: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich» by Timothy Ferriss.

Timothy Ferriss is a serial entrepreneur. In addition to speaking six languages, Ferriss runs a multinational firm from wireless locations worldwide. His eclectic passions include being a world record holder in tango, a national champion in Chinese kickboxing and a guest lecturer at Princeton University.

In The 4-Hour Workweek, he explains that there is a new subculture of people in the world who have figured out that the 9-5 grindstone doesn't really fire up their imaginations to any great degree. Instead, they organize their lives and follow a set of uncommon rules which typically allows them to work less than four hours a week but earn more in a month than most people do in a year. These people are the «New Rich» (NR). They abandon the conventional deferred-life plan (work now and retire later) and instead develop their own signature lifestyles which utilize the currencies of the New Rich: time and mobility.

The 4-Hour Workweek gives you four steps to follow which will take you from being deferred-life oriented to becoming part of the New Rich.

Rayons : Entreprise, économie & droit > Entreprise, gestion et management > Fonctionnement / Organisation > Gestion financière

  • EAN

    9782806229588

  • Disponibilité

    Disponible

  • Nombre de pages

    10 Pages

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  • Partage

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  • Nb Partage

    6 appareils

  • Poids

    2 929 Ko

  • Distributeur

    Numilog

  • Diffuseur

    Numilog

  • Entrepôt

    Numilog

  • Support principal

    ebook (ePub)

Timothy Ferriss

Timothy Ferriss est un écrivain et entrepreneur américain. Son précédent livre, La semaine de 4 heures, s'est vendu en France à + de 50 000 ex. et est entré dans la liste des best-sellers du NY times.

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