Have you ever heard of the book “The 4-hour Workweek” by Tim Ferriss? Most people would jump at the opportunity to only work 4-hours during the week and still run a successful business. However, Christoph C. Cemper is not most people.

He thought to himself, if he only worked 4-hours out of the 168 that exist during the week, what would he do the other 164? Just party, hang out, do sports..?

Christoph C. Cemper believed that what the book really meant was to reduce one’s routine and boring tasks by automating them to 4 hours a week. If you are able to cut down tedious tasks that don’t add joy to your life to four hours during the week, that is tolerable.

By managing your time and investing it on what really matters you will have more energy and make more money. You will now have time to focus on money-making tasks that add value to your life and your business.

Christoph C. Cemper believes that “The 4-hour Workweek” by Tim Ferriss is full of extremely valuable tips that helped him build his successful company, and can help you too.

What will you do with 164 hours?

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