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Four Hour Workweek for Beginner: Why You Need It? (Work Less, Make More Money, Working online, Work at home) (Online Business Series Book 1) Salvatore Gaukroger

Four Hour Workweek for Beginner: Why You Need It? (Work Less, Make More Money, Working online, Work at home) (Online Business Series Book 1)

Salvatore Gaukroger

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Four Hour Workweek for Beginner : Why You Need It? (Work Less, Make More Money, Working online, Work at home)*** Free Read by Kindle unlimited and Include Special Bonus. Download hurry!!! ***What is it that you really want?This is a questionMore Four Hour Workweek for Beginner : Why You Need It? (Work Less, Make More Money, Working online, Work at home)*** Free Read by Kindle unlimited and Include Special Bonus. Download hurry!!! ***What is it that you really want?This is a question that you have to ask yourself. Yes, it’s perfectly fine that you work and do everything you’re supposed to do. It’s perfectly fine that you’re trying to do your job, and that you’re trying to be the best employee you can be.But, once in a while, you also have to pause, take a deep breath, and ask yourself whether this is all there is to life. Do you actually want to push yourself too much that you end up getting burnt out, or would you give yourself the chance to enjoy your life, and devote your time to some other things such as dining out, going to places you’ve never been to before, or maybe even traveling to an unknown destination?Once you realize that life is not—and isn’t supposed to be—just all about work, you’d understand that you can make necessary changes so you could still earn money without burning yourself out, and making yourself feel bad.Do what you loveOthers think that doing what you love to earn some money is something that’s close to being impossible. This notion really isn’t that far-fetched, though, because just a couple of years ago, doing what you love almost meant doing nothing at all.But, you know what the good thing about this world is, though?Every so often, it changes. It makes you realize that what was true yesterday may not prove to be true today. It makes you realize that these days, you can earn for something you love. Take for example those people who sell their crafts on websites such as Etsy, or those who write books and sell them on Amazon.Or, how about those people who go on sites such as Fiverr and sell their skills—or something like it? The thing is, there is so much that you can do today that you’re probably not able to do on the past couple of years. There were so many restraints back then, but today, the world is already so progressive. You could really earn for something you love. You could put yourself out there and be noticed.Get over your fearsSo, what’s your excuse then?Why are you staying in your job if you no longer enjoy it, and if you feel like you’re just going to hate yourself a lot because of it?With the help of this book, you’d understand that the world doesn’t only revolve on 9 to 5 jobs- that you shouldn’t put these limits on yourself because you feel like these are the only things that you can do. Once you realize that you’re more than who you are and the world is more than what it is, you’d know that there’s a lot that you can do to improve the state of your life—and going on a 4-Hour Workweek will help you do just that and more!You see, when you work for 4 hours each day, you get to devote the rest of your time to more important things, such as taking care of your family, going to different places, and shaping yourself up to be the best person you can be.When you work 4 hours each day, you don’t allow yourself to be consumed by your job. You’re giving yourself the chance to be happy, and are making yourself realize that life really could be what you make it.Sure, it could be scary to take a leap of faith and forget this monotonous, systematic life of yours, but hey: it could be an adventure. You could have fun.