Digg This: Tea Is the New Coffee
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Have any of you read his book, The 4-Hour Workweek? If not, I highly recommend it.
I read it back in ’07 & ever since then I’ve magically only been working a few hours a week. Haha… ok, that might not be true, because if you know me, you know I hustle my butt off trying to get WilloToons off the ground, but I’m working on it! I definitely follow some of the great philosophies in the book and I enjoyed every bit of the read.
Essentially Tim’s big message is stick to what you’re best at and delegate/outsource the rest. As a small business owner, especially one that’s bootstrapping, this can be challenging, but it’s one I continually remind myself of. Tim also talks about streamlining the amount of data we’re consuming, which I know most of you can relate to! (If not, can I bring you on to help me consume some of mine? 🙂
I think I first met Tim in person at one of my friend Aubrey’s fabulous wine get-togethers (back in Feb. ’08), and since then have seen him around here & there. I have a lot of respect for him and his life experiences, both personally and as a business man. Plus, because he’s an absolute sponge for information, any conversation with him is always insightful.
I’m so honored that he chose to wear my WilloToons rock squirrel tee for this Wired photoshoot. Just another great example of how incredibly supportive and wonderful my awesome community is!
Thanks, Tim! You rock, buddy.