10 Lessons from the book The 4-Hour Body By Timothy Ferriss

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The decent method you follow is better than the perfect method you quit.

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the major fears of modern man could be boiled down to two things: too much e-mail and getting fat.

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Even if you are predisposed to being overweight, you’re not predestined to be fat.

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Not life, but good life, is to be chiefly valued. —Socrates

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Refuse to accept partial completeness.

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To quote the industrial statistician George Box: “Every model is wrong, but some are useful.

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Out of clutter, find simplicity. —Albert Einstein

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Aristotle had it right, but he was missing a number: “We are what we do repeatedly.”

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Stop wishing and start doing.

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