Life is good for Life is Good founders and brothers Bert and John Jacobs. But they’re not satisfied. They want it to be good for you, too. And they have some suggestions. Maybe the whole The 4-Hour Workweek isn’t working for you? Try Life is Good: The Book, where you’ll find some radical ideas that could transform your life, you know, so it’s more good.
You may not be able to delegate pesky things like email to underlings so you can “focus on creative” like the Jacobs brothers. (The brothers ditched email entirely, they say.) But you can simplify and streamline in other ways you probably haven’t thought of. And who better to take advice from about the good life than brothers who started selling happy t-shirts on the street a quarter century ago and who now run $100 million clothing biz? Their biggest idea is to tap the power of optimism. And to remember to use your superpowers. What, didn’t know you had those? Everybody does, in the world where Life is Good. And they conveniently double as chapter titles! Here they are:
You’ve got those, right?