Travel the World for Free

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How would you like to travel the world and have someone else pay for it? I don’t know about you, but that sounds pretty nice to me. Well, Tim Ferris the author of 4-Hour Workweek is giving away this opportunity.

He is holding a contest that compliments his book. If you can answer the question “How would you use 36 extra hours per week?” in 350 words or less, you could win a roundtrip anywhere in the world, a private consultant with the author and $1,000 for the cause of your choice.

I haven’t read the book yet (it’s on my to-do list) but I certainly have heard a lot of buzz about this book lately. Not too long ago I read a few articles about the Four Day Week Challenge and it wasn’t too long after that the 4 Hour Workweek book followed. From what I have heard the idea of the book is cut out all things that are not productive and reduce the amount of time you are spending on unnecessary tasks. Would taking the time to enter his contest count as something unnecessary?

Enter here: Writing Contest

One thought on “Travel the World for Free”

  1. I have seen the book already (haven’t read it yet). I’m alright with the fact that as a teacher I don’t get a four day work week. I do sometimes for random holidays though! :oP

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