15 Real-World 4HWW Lifestyle Design Case Studies [+ Vote For Me]

Happy New Year Folks…

From Denmark to India, from college students to retirees, from yoga instructors to engineers, over on Tim Ferriss’ blog there a bunch of awesome lifestyle design case studies based on the Four Hour Work Week methodology.

Like Tim’s says “These videos represent a real-life crash course in the many paths and practicalities of lifestyle design. I hope you love watching them as much as I did!”

Check them out at: Cold Remedy: 15 Real-World Lifestyle Design Case Studies (Now It’s Your Turn)

The video I posted in my recent 30DC vs 4HWW post has made the cut, and Tim is looking for the ‘best case study’, so I would really appreciate your vote over at Tim’s Blog… and in return please hit me up on twitter [@preneur] and let me know how I can help you implement your 2010 resolutions/goals/ambitions (whether it’s emailing you once a week to make sure you’re on track OR coming to visit you in person if I win the trip)

As a ‘fun entry’ I also asked Em, one of my virtual assistants to post a video entry as well…

  • http://www.blogandlearntoearn.com Robert

    I’m recently reading Tim’s book for the second time and about to watch yours and the other 17 over the next few days. I’m slowly applying lessons learned to my business activities and am working smart to build a better future for me and my family.

    The friendships and relationships that you build from working online wasn’t expected after I took the decision to focus more of my activities online after having owned a service/retail based company. I’m loving it more than ever and I never thought I’d say that about business!

    Always good to have a bit of motivation before working towards a better lifestyle.

    Thanks Pete, I realise I’m a bit late reading this post but I got here in the end.

    • Pete Williams

      Thanks for the comment Robert.

      Are you re-reading the original 4HWW, or the revised/updated one ?

      Best of luck on your journey.

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