Saturday, July 28, 2007

So Awesome

On Tim Ferriss' blog he suggested that people make a video telling their story about how the 4 Hour Work Week has changed their life. So Deyl, Paige, Vanessa, and my new friend Brian came over and filmed a video the other day. So fun!

I was couped up doing the Freedom Club videos so I didn't even know they were saying things about me but it's funny to watch now.

11 comments:

Shyla said...

off to the bookstore....

andreasphoto said...

what. a. bunch. of. crap.
you poor poor little rich kids, you don't want to work hard for your income?
what sort of an example is that...for anyone?

Scott said...

crap you say...work smarter, not harder... live the life you want now, not in 30 yrs. ...who retires anyway?? Great Book!

Harmeno said...

you have my interest but dude needs some acting lessons on not being capt. monotone no knock just need a little more Tony Robinson swing to the speech

Deyl said...

working hard for the sake of working hard is so last generation.

and we're really hoping this launches all of our acting careers! :)

Harmeno said...

hahaha bro I was'nt knockin you you guys just seemed a little nervous good luck on that career

mekki the mac said...

Hi DJ,

is ist possible to get this book in german language. I think my english is not so good to understand everything he writes. I know I can get at amazon, but only in english , isn't it?

Greetings from Germany,

Markus :-)

|| davidjay || said...

LOL - I agree - working hard for money is stupid. Working hard to help liberate people from a life they don't want to live is totally worth it.

...and I'm proud to say that Vanessa was the best on camera and I think that's b/c of the training she got in Paris.

D and P haven't had the DJ video training experience yet so we can't expect the same level of performance from them. :)

aboutimage said...

Sold! I'm calling my local bookstore now to see if its in :)

A Boston Bride said...

Hey D.J.
If I save up and fly across the country and take a chance. Will you bring me along as your assistant and launch my career? hehe!

Barnes & Nobles here I come!

P.S. love the idea of reading out loud to each other (me & my hubby)

documentit said...

How does his book launch your career? I got the book, and returned it after reading it. Other than some good links at the end to some interesting sites, the book is nothing more but a bunch of common sense wrapped into a hardcover. Look, either you have it (the ability and WANT to do it on your own), or..you don't.