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Charity benefits from 4 Hour Work Week

We recently asked our readers to explain why they would benefit from having a 4 Hour Work Week and offered the prize of a copy of Tim Ferriss’ “The 4-Hour Workweek” to the most worthy answer.

I’m pleased to announce that Eleanor from Give A Brick is now the proud owner of her own personal copy which I hope benefits her charity Give a Brick which help children, young people the elderly and those experiencing financial hardship.

Pictured here is a very surprised Eleanor on reciept of her book:

As Eleanor says:

I love to read and I’m very excited about this book because, as I said to Matthew when I offered my ’sales pitch’, “I don’t have a compelling sales pitch but would happily take it in lieu of a brick. If this book is as good as you suggest, sounds like it will give it’s weight in bricks and some!”

Eleanor is still reading the book (at the time of writing she was up to page 52) when she discovered her favourite quote from Tim:

“Doing the unrealistic is easier than doing the realistic.”

And Eleanor’s thoughts on it:

Is it realistic to ask everyone to Give A Brick and then tell their friends? No way! But that’s not stopped us trying. And according to Tim Ferriss at least, what we’re working toward is easier than doing something realistic. How cool is that?!

We shall be hearing from Eleanor in the coming weeks about how she’s applied the lessons and how you can too.

Well done Eleanor and good luck Give A Brick. You can learn more about Eleanor’s charity on her website and how you can get involved with Give a Brick – go and have a look!

If you missed out on the draw but would still like a copy of the 4 Hour Work Week, you can order it from Amazon by clicking here: The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich