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The Lazy Way to Success: How to Do Nothing and Accomplish Everything
I read a ton of books, including most of the one’s you have listed. However, the one that I wished I had written is…The Lazy way to Success by Fred Gratzon.
This is the coolest book with a fantastic message.
You won’t be disappointed…
The Lazy Way to Success - Science of Getting Rich
The Community Vitality Center is co-sponsoring the 2004 Iowa Boot Camp for Entrepreneurs to be held Saturday, February 21st at the University of Iowa Pappajohn Center in Iowa City. The Boot Camp starts at 9:00 A.M. and provides several interesting sessions. One speaker is Bill Ryan who helped launch and brand several successful companies and products in the San Francisco area, including the Apple iMac and Yahoo! Other presentations include Iowa entrepreneur Fred Gratzon, author of The Lazy Way to Success: How To Do Nothing and Accomplish Anything. Mayor Ed Malloy, will tell the Fairfield story of entrepreneurship that led to winning the national 2003 Grassroots Entrepreneurship Award given by National Council of Small Communities.
A short illustrated slideshow about the book "The Lazy Way to Success"
This book is not a joke... although I am told it is delightfully funny. On the other hand, it's also quite serious. One reader told me he was impressed with my book's gravitas. Gravitas is a Latin word that means weightiness... dignity... importance. Ahhh! That sounds about right. But weighty or not I know full well my book flies in the face of conventional thinking. I'm completely aware that most people don't believe in my book;s title is even possible. Or they see my book as an impertinent affront to all that is good and holy in this world. These people are shackled by the erroneous belief that success requires hard work. Of course, with all due respect, my book takes the opposing view. It playfully, yet profoundly explains that the secret to becoming successful is in finding ways of AVOIDING WORK.I don't consider myself LAZY but I am working on it. :) I used to drive transport for a living. I worked long hours and spent very little time with my family (one day a week) and I spent that day sleeping. How do you get hard work is better when you have no time to enjoy life or your kids. So I quit driving and decided that there was a better easier way to make a living and still have time to spend with my family. So I got interested in working online and doing less actual work. Now 2 years later I am lazing around my house doing almost nothing and getting more money and more done with almost no effort at all. I spend maybe 6 hours a week online and make more money than I did working my butt off driving truck. So I have to agree with fred, there is a lazy way to success. Thanks Fred for the motivation to be lazier. ;)