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Back from my hiatus!

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Hi DHFW readers! Missed me? Haven’t heard from me in a while? Want to know why? I was on a 10 day vacation to Scandinavia! And, without any stress. Yes, I have managed to reduce my work week down to 50% of what it used to be. I’m going to reveal a bit more about the results of my time audit and how to utilize the PTM tool in my next post (as well as some gripes as to how it can be improved, or maybe how I need to be educated on how to use it better).

Yes… you CAN live a 4-hour work week. Or at least, not have to live a 40-hour work week. That said, I have not mastered many of the concepts of the book around Passive Income and Muses and outsourcing, but at the very least through more focused time management you can recover the inherent waste in your day and Eliminate it. Next step: Automate and Outsource better to reduce my time another 50%.

Stay tuned!

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Comments (2)

Glad to hear you’re making some progress! Hope you had a wonderful vacation :-)

Hello.
It would be interersting to find out which countries you visited in scandinavia, and what you think about them?
I am from sweden witch makes me a bit curios.
glad to see that it is going forward :)
/Joakim

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