Tim Ferriss is a famous American author of 4 times New York Best Selling book, The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich. Through this book, he promotes an ideal lifestyle design that will introduce you to refreshing and revolutionary world to live in. He believes there is no need to wait for retirement when you can do mini-retirements now. If you wish to live more and work less, here are the top 8 tools Tim Ferriss use himself to eliminate 50% of work load in 48 hours:

Evernote, Remember Everything

Use Evernote to help you remember and take notes of ideas, things, places, foods, names, photos of anything across computers, smartphones and tablets. This is very helpful most especially when you are on business trips as you scan all travel documents and receipts without having to worry of losing them anymore. As it keeps everything in sync, the notes you save on your phone will also be saved on your computer.


Use Skitch to get your ideas efficiently by using annotations, shapes and sketches. It is an awesome screenshot tool that will help you label parts you want to reiterate in your ideas.


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Use Doodle to manage your schedule systematically especially when you’re trying to create event with multiple people and you’re trying to figure out who’s available when and where.

Time Driver

Use TimeDriver to help you find time for your appointments without mixing who, when and where, avoiding double-booking.



Copy Talk, Mobile Dictation and Transcription

Use Copy Talk to dictate notes from any phone and your notes will be transcribed and enters directly into your CRM.



Use Xobni to create an automatic address book for you. It is most helpful when you receive the bulk of e-mail from your most important contacts


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