Lazy Way to Success
The Lazy Way to Success: How to Do Nothing and Accomplish Everything by Fred Gratzon
Publisher: Soma Press; First Edition edition (January 2003) | 215 pages | ISBN: 0972046402 | PDF | 6.5 MB
Can you think of a more compelling book title than this? How about the subtitle: How to do nothing and accomplish anything? Pretty strong stuff.
The author has built two multimillion dollar businesses, and brings that credibility to the table, but insists that he is lazy. Here are his three major premises:
* Success is inversely proportional to hard work.
* People who espouse the virtues of hard work publicly are doing a grave disservice to humanity because hard work is, in fact, counterproductive to success.
* The impulse to find ways of avoiding work drives all of civilization
* The deepest, most profound, most complete spiritual experience you can have is based on doing nothing. Absolutely nothing.
This book is irreverent (if you haven’t figured that out yet), fun to read, full of great illustrations, and correct. It is the size of a coffee table book, and comes in at 215 pages. Buy yourself a copy for a great read and for a chance to re-examine some of your beliefs and principles. Read it and then put it on your coffee table or in your office. I guarantee with this title, it will stimulate conversation.
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