The original 4-Hour Workweek Dreamline spreadsheet is available at that link. Below you’ll find a newly designed version that incorporates a lot of the feedback I received.
The most noteworthy new feature is allowing both one-time and monthly expenses. In the previous version, one had to determine the monthly cost of each of their goals. Now one can enter the full cost and the spreadsheet will divide that total by the number of months for the Dreamline:
One thing to considerwhen using this new feature is that some purchases lend themselves to long-term monthly installments, like a mortgage or car payment. In those cases one should enter their monthly mortgage payment rather than the cost of the house.
The additional changes were small:
- Prompts that help guide the user through the spreadsheet
- Wider, improved printed layout
- Minor bug fixes (these were all added to the previous download page as released, but many people have likely been using earlier versions)
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