SIOUX CITY — Hot on the heels of Timothy Ferriss’s popular Four Hour Work Week, a new business tome promises better. Not a Minute Longer, by Shannon Bailey spells out a plan for working a maximum of four minutes a week.
“Who’s got four hours to work?” asked Bailey, who wrote the book with the help of a ghostwriter who she admits may have worked more than four minutes a week while writing the book. “But at four cents and hour, you can afford to outsource.”
Bailey’s plan includes socking away several million dollars, because collected interest consumes very little time. “When you have enough money, everything can be delegated.”