The 4-Hour Chef has been used by readers to learn almost any skill imaginable. The subtitle of the book is key: “The Simple Path to Cooking Like a Pro, Learning Anything, and Living the Good Life.”
4HC shows you how to model the world’s fastest learners to double your learning potential. The approach applies to music, language learning, sports, and just about everything in between.
When I recently asked my 400,000+ Twitter followers, “What skills have you learned with (or using) The 4-Hour Chef?”, here were some of their answers, sent back to me within 90 minutes…
@tferriss learned to juggle in 40 minutes
— Lawrence He (@lawrencehe) April 9, 2013
— Jennifer Delaney (@jenndelaney) April 9, 2013
@tferriss peel ginger with a spoon. Best cooking tip I ever learned
— Janelle Robichaud (@JanelleRobichau) April 9, 2013
— Will Myers (@MoneyManMyers) April 9, 2013
— Andy Doohan (@Doohan_fine) April 9, 2013
@tferriss I have conquered the fitted sheet completely! This is a big deal as my wife maintains I couldn't fold a napkin before.
— Lew Parker (@parker_evi) April 9, 2013
@tferriss kale chips save me from total destruction sometimes
— Steve Morris (@Judosteve10) April 9, 2013
@tferriss Video Animation- among other things.
— Mason Lawlor (@MasonInThesis) April 9, 2013
@tferriss how to build a bad-ass fire!
— 🦇🦇 George S Pumpkins 🦇🦇 (@georgecooper) April 9, 2013
THERE’S BEEN LOTS OF OTHER BUZZ (AND FOOD GOODIES), TOO…
@tferriss Every morning for the past 5 years I've nuked scrambled eggs to death. 2 recipes into The 4-Hour Chef and my life is changed.
— Chris Clark (@chrisclark1729) November 25, 2012
@tferriss lost 3 pounds in 4 days + over Thkg holiday (cheat day) and still ate well. 30g in 30 min! whoot.
— Lisa Colón DeLay (@LisaDelay) November 24, 2012
— Robert (@genome210) November 26, 2012
— sbvegas (@sbvegas) November 25, 2012
— Justin Hardman (@hardmanjustin) November 22, 2012
— T (@TigerSharkMusic) November 21, 2012
— Hubert L. St-Jacques (@HubertLStJ) November 25, 2012
— Alicia Castellano (@OhHeyAlicia) November 24, 2012
— Amanda Poryes (@AmandaPoryes) November 25, 2012
— John Felkins (@jfelkins) November 23, 2012
@tferriss I'm currently DiSSS'ing music theory to kickstart my guitar play. You managed to create another immensely inspiring book!
— Nick Kraakman (@NickKraakman) November 23, 2012
@tferriss New book is sweet, and I don't even care about cooking at-all. (yet)
— Steve Eakin (@steveeakin) November 24, 2012
— dan_bernitt (@dan_bernitt) November 24, 2012
@tferriss I've read the first 84 pgs (i.e. the first .0003%) of 4HC. This needs to be a mandatory textbook on Learning 101, 202, & beyond.
— Zach Davis (@zrdavis) November 22, 2012
— J (@jannagummo) March 26, 2013
— Fi (@fyking76) March 26, 2013
— Kory Kevin Reckinger (@korykevin) March 24, 2013
— Peter Nguyen (@theEM83) March 14, 2013
— James Lynch (@JamesGLynch) March 12, 2013
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