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$3.99 - Tools of Titans: The Tactics, Routines, and Habits of Billionaires, Icons, and World-Class Performers [amazon.com] Kindle Edition
  • Author: Timothy Ferriss
  • 4.7 Stars on 1,934 Reviews
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Interesting book. I read up until the Wealth section of the book, and had to stop. That section definitely revealed to me that Tim Ferris is just another millionaire venture capitalist who tries to portray himself as the Everyday Man. Which, in my opinion, makes Tim Ferris somewhat of a sham artist. If you listen to his podcast, he tries his best to market himself as a normal person who "does things different." He can do things different because he has millions to do it with...

Yes, he does say that his target audience is those who are 24-35 years old, rich-tech Silicon Valley engineers pulling in 200k.

The book is very interesting though. Lots of great little bits of detailed information. But I had to stop after the Wealth section, because it was just too much millionaire nonsense talk that doesn't apply to me.

I am interested in reading the 4-Hour Work Week though.
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Sweet find OP, for those whom are curious normal price is $15.99
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Google looks to be back at reg price. Great deal on rest
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Going FP.
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Got it! I'll let you know when I become that successful billionaire playboy philanthropist.
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Thanks OP. Have the hard copy of this, but never want to take it anywhere because of its size. This is perfect.
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Got it! I'll let you know when I become that successful billionaire playboy philanthropist.
Probably only a millionaire but YMMV
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Do the no rush shipping credits work on this book.?
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Do the no rush shipping credits work on this book.?
The price is for the ebook for Kindle e-reader only, not on the hardback version of the book.
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Good book overall, I am about halfway through. A caution, there is some weird stuff though. They lost me on all of the hallucinogenic methodologies.

Also, the author is full of himself, haha.

Awesome deal at this price. Plenty of bookmarked pages in this to refer to later.
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Interesting book. I read up until the Wealth section of the book, and had to stop. That section definitely revealed to me that Tim Ferris is just another millionaire venture capitalist who tries to portray himself as the Everyday Man. Which, in my opinion, makes Tim Ferris somewhat of a sham artist. If you listen to his podcast, he tries his best to market himself as a normal person who "does things different." He can do things different because he has millions to do it with...

Yes, he does say that his target audience is those who are 24-35 years old, rich-tech Silicon Valley engineers pulling in 200k.

The book is very interesting though. Lots of great little bits of detailed information. But I had to stop after the Wealth section, because it was just too much millionaire nonsense talk that doesn't apply to me.

I am interested in reading the 4-Hour Work Week though.
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Interesting book. I read up until the Wealth section of the book, and had to stop. That section definitely revealed to me that Tim Ferris is just another millionaire venture capitalist who tries to portray himself as the Everyday Man. Which, in my opinion, makes Tim Ferris somewhat of a sham artist. If you listen to his podcast, he tries his best to market himself as a normal person who "does things different." He can do things different because he has millions to do it with...

Yes, he does say that his target audience is those who are 24-35 years old, rich-tech Silicon Valley engineers pulling in 200k.

The book is very interesting though. Lots of great little bits of detailed information. But I had to stop after the Wealth section, because it was just too much millionaire nonsense talk that doesn't apply to me.

I am interested in reading the 4-Hour Work Week though.
Amen. Saw a few reviews similar to what you're saying, and I passed.
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Also available through Barnes and Noble for the same price
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Guy is pompous. Tried the four hour chef. Pure crap.
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