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Making Your 4 Hour Work Week Dreamline

By Robert Murgatroyd

The 4 hour work week dreamline is just that…a chart outlining your dreams, to see how approachable and within reach your ideal lifestyle is both in terms of your time and finances. What do you want maybe too difficult a question for some of us to answer. What do we dream about, that is an easier question to answer. Or perhaps and easier question is if you could do, be, or have anything you wanted today, what would it be?

If we just sit down with paper and pencil to write down everything we want if we could have anything we would be stumped. I have done this and believe me it is hard. So ask yourself the specific question, “If I could do, be or have anything I wanted today, what would it be?” Write down your list. Another way to think of the 4 hour work week dreamline is to ask yourself this question, “If I had 100 million dollars suddenly in my bank account, what would I want to do?” Let yourself dream.

While you are dreaming, visualize what you want. See it clearly in your mind. Again, write it down. As you are writing you are making your dreamline. Tim Ferriss, who wrote The 4 Hour Work Week book created a template for a dreamline. Jared at Technotheory took Tim’s form and made it better. You can plug all your information into the excel spreadsheet and it will show you in dollars and cents if the lifestyle you are describing with your desires is attainable in terms of finances and time.

Creating your 4 hour work week muse, or an online business to provide you with the means you will need to have the lifestyle you are creating in your dreamline will be the way to get you to this lifestyle you want. This muse will provide the business which will provide the capital to allow you to live the lifestyle you want. This is about what you will do day to day with all the time you will have instead of working. How will you spend your time.

Take a good look at your list. This is your dreamline. Tim Ferriss developed the 4 hour work week dreamline concept and Jared from Technotheory has tweaked the form you need to complete. It has a built in formula to calculate how within reach your ideal lifestyle is in terms of finances and time. From your dreamline you can make 4 to 5 goals you need to accomplish to achieve the 4 hour work week.

So, there you have it. The method to provide you with the goals to achieve your 4 hour work week and stay motivated to have the lifestyle you always wanted to live. As the song says, “Dream a little dream”. Little dreams can have huge payoffs.

Robert Murgatroyd is the creator of Jet Set Money. To find out exactly how to do a 4 hour work week dreamline and live the Tim Ferriss Four Hour Work Week visit his website here http://jetsetlife.tv/jet-set-money

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Murgatroyd, Robert "Making Your 4 Hour Work Week Dreamline." Making Your 4 Hour Work Week Dreamline. 27 Jun. 2010. uberarticles.com. 23 Jul 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/business/internet-and-online/making-your-4-hour-work-week-dreamline/>.

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