The Tim Ferriss Show

Tim Ferriss is a self-experimenter and bestselling author, best known for The 4-Hour Workweek, which has been translated into 40+ languages. Newsweek calls him "the world's best human guinea pig," and The New York Times calls him "a cross between Jack Welch and a Buddhist monk." In this show, he deconstructs world-class performers from eclectic areas (investing, chess, pro sports, etc.), digging deep to find the tools, tactics, and tricks that listeners can use.

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episode 407: #407: Sam Zell — Strategies for High-Stakes Investing, Dealmaking, and Grave Dancing


“If I can't run it, then I don't want to own it.” — Sam Zell Welcome to another episode of The Tim Ferriss Show, where it is my job to sit down with world-class performers of all different types to tease out the habits, routines, favorite books, and so on that you can apply and test in your own life. This time, we have a slightly different episode. I will not be the one doing the deconstructing. Instead, we have a takeover by my very good friend, Peter Attia...


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episode 406: #406: Bob Iger — CEO and Chairman of Disney


As Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Walt Disney Company, Robert A. Iger (@RobertIger) is the steward of one of the world's largest media companies and some of the most respected and beloved brands around the globe...


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episode 405: #405: Penn Jillette on Magic, Losing 100+ Pounds, and Weaponizing Kindness


"One of the biggest challenges we face is staying kind with profound disagreement—and staying kind when a mechanism has been set up to make money and power out of hate." — Penn Jillette Penn Jillette (@pennjillette) is a cultural phenomenon as a solo personality and as half of the world-famous, Emmy Award-winning magic duo and Las Vegas headliners Penn & Teller...


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episode 404: #404: Books I've Loved — Steve Jurvetson


Welcome to another episode of The Tim Ferriss Show, where it is my job to sit down with world-class performers of all different types—from startup founders and investors to chess champions to Olympic athletes. This episode, however, is an experiment and part of a shorter series I'm doing called "Books I've Loved...


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episode 403: #403: Tony Fadell — On Building the iPod, iPhone, Nest, and a Life of Curiosity


"Wait a second. I need to get deeper into myself. I need to learn much, much more about myself." — Tony Fadell Tony Fadell (@tfadell), sometimes called "the father of the iPod," is an active investor and entrepreneur with a 30+ year history of founding companies and designing products that profoundly improve people's lives...


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 2019-12-23  2h1m
 
 

episode 402: #402: Books I've Loved — Seth Godin and Esther Perel


Welcome to another episode of The Tim Ferriss Show, where it is my job to sit down with world-class performers of all different types—from startup founders and investors to chess champions to Olympic athletes. This episode, however, is an experiment and part of a shorter series I’m doing called “Books I’ve Loved...


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 2019-12-16  26m
 
 

episode 401: #401: Gary Keller — How to Focus on the One Important Thing


"Think big. Aim high." — Gary Keller Gary Keller (@garykeller) is the co-founder, chairman, and CEO of Keller Williams (KW), the world's largest real estate franchise by agent count. In 2019, KW, which also ranks number one in units and sales volume in the US, was named by Fast Company as the "most innovative company" in real estate. In 2015, Gary began driving KW's evolution into a technology company, now focused on building the real estate platform that agents, buyers, and sellers prefer...


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 2019-12-12  2h2m
 
 

episode 400: #400: Books I’ve Loved — Tim’s Four Must-Read Books


Welcome to another episode of The Tim Ferriss Show, where it is my job to sit down with world-class performers of all different types—from startup founders and investors to chess champions to Olympic athletes. This episode, however, is an experiment and part of a shorter series I’m doing called “Books I’ve Loved...


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 2019-12-09  18m
 
 

episode 399: #399: Adam Grant — The Man Who Does Everything


"When you feel like you're not productive, it's not necessarily because you're lazy or because you have bad habits, it's because you're not working on the right projects and you haven't found the ones that are intrinsically motivating and meaningful to you." — Adam Grant Adam Grant (@AdamMGrant) is an organizational psychologist at Wharton, where he has been the top-rated professor for seven straight years...


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 2019-12-05  2h3m
 
 

episode 398: #398: Peter Attia, M.D. — Fasting, Metformin, Athletic Performance, and More


Dr. Peter Attia (peterattiamd.com, TW: @PeterAttiaMD, IG: @peterattiamd, FB: @peterattiamd) is a former ultra-endurance athlete (e.g., swimming races of 25 miles), a compulsive self-experimenter, and one of the most fascinating human beings I know. He is one of my go-to doctors for anything performance or longevity-related. He is also easily the best quarterback and sherpa for the US medical system I've ever met...


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 2019-11-27  2h47m