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The Type-Z Guide to Success: A Lazy Person's Manifesto to Wealth and Fulfillment  RSS feed

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A funny book someone who doesn't know permaculture recommended to me.
It seems like it might have some application to permaculture's work smarter, not harder attitude.

I guess since it took me 2 days to reply to the text message recommending it, it was a good idea to order the book.

Here is the intro on amazon:
Marc Allen admits he’s lazy. Not only that, but he considers it a key to his success.


I don't know if you get paid for this link Paul -- hopefully, you do, or modify the link so you do, and lots of lazy, or aspiring lazy people order it.
Personally, I think I have a good balance on lazy and working too much.
No matter how many women are assigned to the project, a pregnancy takes nine months. Much longer than this tiny ad:
What makes you excited about rocket ovens?
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