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Life Changes Quick: Replace your 9-5 income, travel the world, get in shape, and even fall in love Paperback – September 2, 2014
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Johnny FD is location independent entrepreneur and host of the Travel Like a Boss Podcast. You can find his blog at JohnnyFD.com
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Whereas 12 Weeks in Thailand was an experimental journey to understanding the extent of his early passions in a new land, the growth of concept, yearning for learning, and identification of life's most advantageous necessities of time, health, and hunger bridge the gap from his former self to his 2.0 form. Johnny FD, thank you for this! Digesting these two books in tandem with the 4HWW are comparable to the Shungokusatsu finishing combo by Akuma in Round 3 - ensuring the digestion lol.
Keep up the work and I'll be looking out for your following book, until then I'll bring my attention to your blog. Anyone out there stumbling across this review... Idk this book path completely opened my eyes to a new possibility of living. I highly recommend that if you are tired of predicting the outcome of the next 3, 5, or 10 years of your life. Pick this up and start with any of the three, they only serve to complement each other.