I’ve been fascinated by the concept of deliberately working only four days per week and I’ve been talking a lot about it lately.
Since then I’ve made the executive decision to focus this entire month on entrepreneurs who are committed to working to a 4-Day Workweek, and who’ve actually pulled it off themselves. So the entire month, I’m bringing on some super-innovative, intelligent entrepreneurs, grounded in their own purpose. Living a life of 4-Day Workweek freedom, in lieu of the typical 40, 60, or even 80 to 90 hr workweek the majority of well-intentioned entrepreneurs are putting in each week.
As usual my beautiful wife, mother-of-my-three boys, Nazach Snapp joins me as we kick off this topic of the month.
So without further ado, I present to you our first episode of the month dedicated to the 4-DayWorkweek, with my wife, Nazach Snapp...
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SELECTED LINKS FROM THE EPISODE
- Show Starts! [3:00]
- The 40 hour work week [3:30]
- What do you need to do to put in a four day work week? [5:36]
- Hacking corporate [8:43]
- Valuing time-off [10:/50]
- Ex-titles and it's future responsibilities [12:33]
- Kiyosaki's ten rules [16:03]
- Three D's Delete, Defer Delegate [17:19]
- "I will sleep enough when I die!" [19:08]
- The risks of working long hours [21:00]
- Having processes critiqued [22:31]
- The "Global Dedication" [24:50]
- Getting a coach an accountability partner [27:50]
- The German clock-ins [30:58]