The Escape 101 Audiobook is Here!

August 6, 2008

The greatest challenge with a book about recapturing your time is that in order to read it you need to make…well, time. The result of this vicious little circle is that the people who need Escape 101 the most are often the ones who have the most trouble making the time to read it.

The solution? Enter Escape 101, the audiobook. We’ve been eagerly anticipating the arrival of the audio version for a few months. Now you can drive, jog, cycle, walk or otherwise listen your way to planning your sabbatical or career break. For the crazy busy, the audio lovers, or for those who just aren’t big readers, this is a great way to experience the book.

The audiobook is published by Gildan Media, who brought such greats as The Attractor Factor, Blue Ocean Strategy and The Go-Giver to audio, and it’s read by the wonderfully talented Erik Synnestvedt, the voice behind such classics as Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich, and Timothy Butler’s Getting Unstuck. We’re thrilled to be in such good company.

You can download the audiobook directly via Audible or iTunes. Enjoy!

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4 Responses to “The Escape 101 Audiobook is Here!”

  1. Vacations, Sabbaticals, and Deals » AlternativeHealthPractice.com on August 8th, 2008 4:02 pm

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  2. Lindsay on August 8th, 2008 8:48 pm

    Looks good, guys. I’ll check you out on iTunes. I was a big fan of Tim Ferris’s book, and I’ve been contemplating taking a trip of more than a week or two–my usual vacation. I can work from any place with an internet connection, so it always seems silly that I feel compelled to stay at home for the majority of my time. 😉

  3. Aaron Houssian on August 11th, 2008 6:19 pm

    Only read a few posts, but I recently listened to the 4 Hour Work Week and immediately knew I would need a perspective of how to do this whole thing with kids and it seemed like you would be able to help get some solid ideas on this. I’m glad you put it on both audible and iTunes. While I love my ipod I refuse to buy anything from itunes as they deliver inferior quality music with no options. Audible quality isn’t great, but it’s just for audiobooks, which I love listening to, so I subscribe to it.

  4. Dan on September 7th, 2008 11:44 am

    @Lindsay & Aaron
    Thanks to you both! If you need help with escaping, be sure to get in touch.

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