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- Publication Date: December 20, 2015
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B019MZ6BRO
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Slipstream Time Hacking: How to Cheat Time, Live More, And Enhance Happiness Kindle Edition
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Another way to put it is that my goals and strategies my business endeavors remain the same. But this book has succeeded in adding a different perspective. But when I got to the end of the book, I just didn't find it earthshatteringly great.
I recently read the Million Dollar Day which is really a type of wormhole question. "If someone offered you a million dollars if you could do all this stuff you have been procrastinating on, could you do it?" Or even how might you go about it - ie getting some help.
Big fan of Tim Ferriss and also Josh Kaufman's "The First 20 Hours" and the 80/20 stuff - leveraging learning. This book unified a lot of that for me. I could see other kinds of leverage in here, together with a very useful metaphor for the process
The read might seem far fetched at the start, but if you stick reading and approach it with an open mind, the author gives you an alternative view of the passing of time.
You might not agree to it, but you can deny the originality, and that alone is worth the read.
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