Tim Ferriss wrote the Four Hour Work Week more than a decade ago.
Today the New York Times wrote about a successful experiment of the four day work week. New Zealand firm Perpetual Guardian shrunk the week to 32 hours and found that " 'Supervisors said staff were more creative, their attendance was better, they were on time, and they didn’t leave early or take long breaks.' "
And " 'Their actual job performance didn’t change when doing it over four days instead of five.' "
We're getting somewhere. But Ferriss made a point about this too: