In 2007 Tim Ferriss' hit book, The Four Hour Work Week came out.
Ever since then people have been consumed with the idea of only working four hours perweek.
But if you've read the book, then you know that he doesn't actually work four hours per week. He works way more than that.
Which begs the question: If you love what you do, would you only want to spend four hours aweek on it? I don't know about you, but I'd spend every waking moment I could doing something I love.
Here's an example.
When my P.R. team pitches me for show interviews – one of the things that always gets people's attention is that I live the four hour work week… sort of.
I've spent the last 10 years building my real estate business. I've got systems, people, and processes to ensure I have a steady flow of leads and renewals. Plus, all my residents are taken care of by my amazing team.
Now that it's all dialed in, my time is not required to run the business. Most weeks I invest less than four hours per week into it. But it took me thousands of hours over the last decade to get to this point.
I loved real estate all those years and I still do because it has given me my freedom. But if I only worked four hours per week it would have taken me forty years to get these results.
Fast forward to right now.
My Real Estate business is good and no longer requires all my time. I could either sit on my butt and do nothing, or I could take on the next challenge.
I'm not one to sit around so I've invested the last year into building The Podcast Factory.
And you know what? I'm not working four hours per week on this project either. Why? Because I'm serious about changing your life by sharing my very best mentors with you and giving you the shortcuts you need to have a podcast that works.
One of the biggest shortcuts I have discovered is how to launch a show with no dough out of pocket.
Most people get this wrong, they end up breaking the bank to start their show and hope it takes off and makes them rich. Usually it doesn't work out and they end up wasting lots of time and moolah.
But if you're smart you'll do the opposite of everyone else and have your show funded before you even start.