It was 2am and my heart was racing uncontrollably. So many ideas. So much excitement about prospects for the future…
This is it. This is what I want for my life.
I’m not sure I remember any restless night as vividly as the one following the first time I picked up The 4 Hour Work Week.
Maybe it’s because that night marked the beginning of my romance with entrepreneurship and prompted me to quit my cushy job in Chicago to go work for lunch receipts at a tech startup in NYC.
This why I regularly bear hug my 4HWW book at least.
When Tim Ferriss mentioned he was offering a week long mentorship for someone to work with him and Noah Kagan, another guy I look up to, …