The 4 Hour Struggle

Entrepreneurial Philosophy by Matt Aaron

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My home office of 3 yrs - a farewell of sorts

My room is all the way down at the end of the hallway of a 2BR apartment. It has its own bathroom with a toilet and standup shower. The carpet, now partially stained due to shoes and my dog, is off-white.

There are some plain white curtains that don't block the sun very well. I wake up early and the flimsy curtains are party responsible. My family size bed occupies the back corner.

I have two tables, a desk lamp and a window facing a closed street. I also have a standup desk that goes on top of my desk so that I can work standing up. Out of the 2-3 days/week that I work from home (I spend the rest in Regus or at meetings or cafes), I use the desk at least once. Adjusting from the sedentary position takes time, but I would like to be 100% working from a standing position.

I have many quotes posted on my wall. There are about 5-7 quotes per page, most of them hand written. Some of the ink has worn off making the quotes hard to read. I can still read most of them.

Why The New Kindle is a Must-Have for Travelers

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There are three items I own which I'll always upgrade when a significant upgrade exists: my computer, my camera, and my Kindle. Yesterday I got my new Kindle, the fourth generation one that was just released. Before I talk about this specific Kindle, I want to address some general points about the Kindle.

Price

Some people balk at the $189 price tag of the newest 3G Kindle (which is the only one to buy, by the way). It's expensive, but only if you consider it a drop in replacement for books. I consider it $200 to ensure that I read at least 10X more than I used to.

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