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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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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.

    #741: Jim Collins and Ed Zschau

    #741: Jim Collins and Ed Zschau

    This episode is a two-for-one, and that’s because the podcast recently hit its 10-year anniversary and passed one billion downloads. To celebrate, I’ve curated some of the best of the best—some of my favorites—from more than 700 episodes over the last decade. I could not be more excited. The episode features segments from episode #361 "Jim Collins — A Rare Interview with a Reclusive Polymath" and #380 "Ed Zschau — The Polymath Professor Who Changed My Life."

    Please enjoy!

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    Timestamps:

    [05:00] Notes about this supercombo format.

    [06:03] Enter Jim Collins.

    [06:28] How Jim’s students influenced his entrepreneurial path.

    [10:45] Why Jim carries a three-timer stopwatch.

    [12:21] Using a spreadsheet to optimize discipline in service of creativity.

    [13:42] Ideal minimum creative hours per year.

    [15:19] Avoiding a life-distorting “funk.”

    [17:41] Calculating an optimal end point.

    [19:27] Patterns discovered using Jim’s time-tracking method.

    [20:23] Three crucial components for living the life Jim wants to lead.

    [22:18] The bug book and the hedgehog concept.

    [30:31] Peter Drucker mic-drop lessons.

    [34:39] Enter Ed Zschau.

    [34:59] How I convinced Dr. Zschau to let me into his Princeton engineering course.

    [37:38] Ed’s background in competitive figure skating and the lessons it taught him.

    [41:45] The origin of Ed’s meticulous attention to detail.

    [45:31] The benefits of learning by doing through the case method.

    [49:21] Ed’s definition of entrepreneurship.

    [50:50] The role of optimism in entrepreneurship and life.

    [53:30] Ed’s aspirations as a teenager and young adult.

    [55:32] What drew Ed to Princeton as an aspiring physics philosopher.

    [58:21] How Ed got into teaching and his belief that career planning is overrated.

    [1:03:37] How Ed learned to become a good teacher and the influence of extemporaneous speaking.

    [1:06:53] Lessons from extemporaneous speaking competitions about preparation and adaptation.

    [1:11:04] Ed’s thoughts on focusing for extended periods versus opening himself to opportunities.

    [1:13:06] Ed’s decision to run for Congress.

    [1:17:57] Advantages of committing to a maximum of three terms in the House of Representatives.

    [1:21:29] Ed’s experience and self-reflection after losing his Senate race.

    [1:23:40] Ed’s decision process when transitioning from investor to CEO.

    [1:26:05] Differentiating between high-impact commitments and peer pressure.

    [1:29:41] Comparing Ed’s parenting style to his teaching style.

    [1:31:17] Ed’s belief in encouragement over direction and his own upbringing.

    [1:34:45] The origin of Ed’s goal to live a life that matters.

    [1:37:05] Influential books and recommendations for aspiring entrepreneurs.

    [1:42:05] Ed’s current excitement and efforts to make higher education affordable through technology.

    [1:48:37] The mantra by which Ed lives his life and his childhood nickname.

    [1:50:57] How Ed brings the sound of music to his endeavors.

    [1:57:34] Ed’s influence on others to continue his work of changing the world.

    [1:59:40] Parting thoughts.

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    • 2 hrs 8 min
    #740: Greg McKeown and Diana Chapman

    #740: Greg McKeown and Diana Chapman

    This episode is a two-for-one, and that’s because the podcast recently hit its 10-year anniversary and passed one billion downloads. To celebrate, I’ve curated some of the best of the best—some of my favorites—from more than 700 episodes over the last decade. I could not be more excited. The episode features segments from episode #355 "Greg McKeown — How to Master Essentialism" and episode #536 "Diana Chapman — How to Get Unstuck, Do “The Work,” Take Radical Responsibility, and Reduce Drama in Your Life."

    Please enjoy!

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    Timestamps:

    [05:26] Notes about this supercombo format.

    [06:28] Enter Greg McKeown.

    [06:49] What is non-essential?

    [07:46] Overcoming the planning fallacy.

    [13:30] The problem with taking ownership of someone else’s problems.

    [15:44] How to avoid committing to the unsustainable.

    [21:26] Three rules.

    [25:28] The personal quarterly offsite.

    [33:05] Enter Diana Chapman.

    [33:22] A transformative gift.

    [36:56] The Drama Triangle.

    [43:36] The whole-body yes (or no) and how it can serve us.

    [46:06] Diana guides an experience to help pay better attention to our whole-body yes (or no).

    [54:36] Observations made during the exercise and how Diana recommends using this inventory.

    [1:01:39] Fostering playfulness for those who mute their desire to celebrate.

    [1:08:28] Diana’s “black belt in practicing candor.”

    [1:09:37] Diana’s thoughts on loving pressure and how to bring it into a relationship.

    [1:13:24] Applying loving pressure to people you don’t know well.

    [1:15:08] Diana’s guidance on introspection leading to perspective shifts; using Byron Katie’s “turnarounds.”

    [1:17:48] Diana guides me through a turnaround.

    [1:23:58] A turnaround’s purpose is to identify and embrace alternatives, not invalidate the inspected belief.

    [1:29:06] The importance of introducing the somatic into the process; suggestions for difficulty with this step.

    [1:31:47] The role of the witness in this process.

    [1:33:54] Walking the line.

    [1:35:40] Welcoming the opportunity to learn from the experience, even if it’s not preferred.

    [1:37:35] Alternative tools for dysregulation in the moment.

    [1:39:31] Risks Diana and her husband Matt took to keep their relationship vital; who initiated the first difficult conversation.

    [1:45:11] How Diana figured out who she needed to be during this time.

    [1:47:11] Navigating decision points together as a couple.

    [1:49:42] Examples of commitments from The 15 Commitments of Conscious Leadership.

    [1:53:22] The Mind Jogger app and how Diana uses it with the commitments.

    [1:55:55] Assessing self-awareness in hiring interviews applied to non-job situations.

    [1:57:53] Books most gifted.

    [1:59:35] Parting thoughts.

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    For show notes and past guests on The Tim Ferriss Show, please visit tim.blog/podcast.

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    Past guests on The Tim Ferriss Show include Jerry Seinfeld, Hugh Jackman, Dr. Jane Goodall, LeBron James, Kevin Hart, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Jamie Foxx, Matthew McConaughey, Esther Perel, Elizabeth Gilbert, Terry Crews, Si

    • 2 hrs 8 min
    #739: Brené Brown and Edward O. Thorp

    #739: Brené Brown and Edward O. Thorp

    This episode is a two-for-one, and that’s because the podcast recently hit its 10-year anniversary and passed one billion downloads. To celebrate, I’ve curated some of the best of the best—some of my favorites—from more than 700 episodes over the last decade. I could not be more excited. The episode features segments from episode #409 "Brené Brown — Striving versus Self-Acceptance, Saving Marriages, and More" and episode #596 "Edward O. Thorp, A Man for All Markets — Beating Blackjack and Roulette, Beating the Stock Market, Spotting Bernie Madoff Early, and Knowing When Enough Is Enough."

    Please enjoy!

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    Timestamps:

    [06:06] Notes about this supercombo format.

    [07:09] Enter Brené Brown.

    [07:30] Changing in a lasting, meaningful way.

    [08:03] Is self-accepted complacency possible?

    [10:53] My woo confession about a crux skill.

    [13:06] Narcissism: the shame-based fear of being ordinary.

    [14:06] Efficacy isn’t always efficient.

    [15:48] Pathology as armor that can’t be discarded.

    [16:28] What are you unwilling to feel?

    [17:04] Discarding armor that no longer serves us.

    [21:26] Curiosity as midlife’s superpower.

    [22:53] There’s trauma for all of us.

    [23:33] An 80/20 marriage hack.

    [25:18] Decisions in a family-focused family.

    [27:04] Parenting from compliance to commitment.

    [29:31] Enter Edward O. Thorp.

    [29:54] Edward’s background, and what drew him to apply mathematics to gambling.

    [37:04] Edward’s first blackjack trip to Vegas, reference materials used, and his meeting with Claude Shannon at MIT.

    [40:13] Edward and Claude devised a method to beat roulette using the first wearable computer, according to MIT.

    [42:16] Despite being 89, Edward looks great for his age; he discusses his approach to staying in shape over the years.

    [50:22] Edward explains how he got into finance and investing, and the people he met along the way.

    [59:25] Edward shares what convinced him that Warren Buffett would one day be the richest man in the world after their first meeting.

    [1:03:58] Edward discusses the frameworks he would teach in an investing seminar for modern students, including those without a strong math aptitude.

    [1:08:52] Edward shares lessons learned from investing that are transferable to other areas of life.

    [1:11:02] Edward, a long-term thinker at 89, offers advice for those who struggle to think beyond the short-term.

    [1:15:40] Edward explains how he discovered something suspicious about the Madoff brothers’ business practices 17 years before others caught on.

    [1:24:17] Exploring mental models of externalities, the tragedy of the commons, and fundamental attribution errors.

    [1:33:32] Edward recommends reading and listening material for those who want to enact positive change in the world, politically or evolutionarily.

    [1:38:51] Edward shares which investors, besides Warren Buffett, impress him and why.

    [1:42:52] Edward discusses how he balanced growing a business with personal life and what led him to wind things down.

    [1:47:56] Edward defines independence and shares how he spent his time after winding down the investment side of his life.

    [1:49:30] Edward shares what he’s particularly curious about learning at the moment.

    [1:51:40] Reflecting on a conversation between Joseph Heller and Kurt Vonnegut, and other parting thoughts.

    *

    For show notes and past guests on The Tim Ferriss Show, please visit tim.blog/podcast.

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    • 2 hrs 1 min
    #738: Dr. Gabor Maté and Dr. BJ Miller

    #738: Dr. Gabor Maté and Dr. BJ Miller

    This episode is a two-for-one, and that’s because the podcast recently hit its 10-year anniversary and passed one billion downloads. To celebrate, I’ve curated some of the best of the best—some of my favorites—from more than 700 episodes over the last decade. I could not be more excited. The episode features segments from episode #298 "Dr. Gabor Maté — New Paradigms, Ayahuasca, and Redefining Addiction" and episode #153 "The Man Who Studied 1,000 Deaths to Learn How to Live."

    Please enjoy!

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    Timestamps:

    [05:37] Notes about this supercombo format.

    [06:57] Enter Gabor Maté.

    [07:22] Compassionate inquiry and trauma vs. traumatic.

    [11:06] Self-reconnection resources.

    [14:40] How Gabor benefits from yoga.

    [16:27] Gabor’s thoughts on the therapeutic value of psychedelics.

    [18:14] What’s been revealed by Gabor’s experiences with ayahuasca?

    [25:32] Essential intention.

    [26:30] We don’t respond to what happens, but to our perception of what happens.

    [32:48] Enter BJ Miller.

    [33:07] What does BJ do?

    [35:32] What does the first meeting look like for a new patient at the Zen Hospice Project?

    [37:18] Defining palliative care.

    [40:54] What happens when a patient dies in Zen Hospice compared to a regular hospital?

    [45:03] How many deaths has BJ experienced?

    [45:42] What has observing hundreds of deaths taught BJ about living?

    [50:39] On keeping a mindfulness or meditation practice.

    [55:05] About the Dinky (a terrifying story of electrocution).

    [1:04:29] The miracle of a snowball in the burn ward.

    [1:07:48] BJ’s experience as an undergraduate student at Princeton.

    [1:08:46] On the idea of art.

    [1:14:46] How BJ would support someone who suffered injuries similar to his own.

    [1:16:57] What helps people most in hospice care?

    [1:21:22] Why cookies matter.

    [1:23:12] Thoughts on the use of psychoactive compounds in end-of-life care and treating existential suffering.

    [1:33:46] BJ’s secret habit that might surprise most people.

    [1:38:32] Suggested material for an introverted hospice patient.

    [1:45:04] What comes to mind when BJ hears the word “successful?”

    [1:48:13] Daily practices for seeing good in people.

    [1:51:00] How to ride a motorcycle when missing three limbs.

    [1:55:01] What purchase of $100 or less has most positively affected BJ’s life?

    [1:56:53] BJ’s billboard.

    [1:58:24] BJ’s advice to his 30-year-old-self.

    [1:59:58] What has BJ changed his mind about in the last few years?

    [2:01:26] BJ’s requests/asks/suggestions of the audience.

    *

    For show notes and past guests on The Tim Ferriss Show, please visit tim.blog/podcast.

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    Past guests on The Tim Ferriss Show include Jerry Seinfeld, Hugh Jackman, Dr. Jane Goodall, LeBron James, Kevin Hart, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Jamie Foxx, Matthew McConaughey, Esther Perel, Elizabeth Gilbert, Terry Crews, Sia, Yuval Noah Harari, Malcolm Gladwell, Madeleine Albright, Cheryl Strayed, Jim Collins, Mary Karr, Maria Popova, Sam Harris, Michael Phelps, Bob Iger, Edward Norton, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Neil Strauss, Ken Burns, Maria Sharapov

    • 2 hrs 11 min
    #737: Naval Ravikant and Nick Kokonas

    #737: Naval Ravikant and Nick Kokonas

    This episode is a two-for-one, and that’s because the podcast recently hit its 10-year anniversary and passed one billion downloads. To celebrate, I’ve curated some of the best of the best—some of my favorites—from more than 700 episodes over the last decade. I could not be more excited. The episode features segments from episode #97 "Naval Ravikant — The Person I Call Most for Startup Advice" and episode #341 "Nick Kokonas — How to Apply World-Class Creativity to Business, Art, and Life."

    Please enjoy!

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    Timestamps:

    [04:34] Notes about this supercombo format.

    [05:53] Enter Naval Ravikant.

    [06:05] On uncompromising honesty.

    [08:05] What Naval looks for when deciding to invest in a founder.

    [11:03] Recommended reading from outside the startup world.

    [18:38] Who Naval considers successful.

    [21:02] Cultivating non-judgmental awareness.

    [26:08] How to replace bad habits with good habits.

    [29:31] Naval's advice for his younger self.

    [32:01] Naval's billboard.

    [35:46] Enter Nick Kokonas.

    [36:05] Is pressure Nick's default setting, or are perceived risks an illusion?

    [36:55] How do behavioral economics and Richard Thaler influence Nick's approach?

    [41:38] Nick's transition from philosophy to finance; was philosophy an asset?

    [42:43] Why Nick's professor gave him shorter assignments than classmates.

    [44:57] Nick's introduction to trading; dumbing down academics for clerk job.

    [46:42] Why philosophy majors often become traders.

    [47:19] Why Nick is glad he didn't pursue an MBA in 1992.

    [48:41] Why Nick thinks his professor singled him out from his peers.

    [52:52] Recommended books for aspiring entrepreneurs without philosophy background.

    [57:31] Did being a Merc clerk meet Nick's expectations?

    [1:00:02] How Nick followed his father's entrepreneurial model in trading.

    [1:04:38] Why Nick left his mentor after a year to start his own company.

    [1:05:41] How Nick and employees trained to quicken mental agility for trading.

    [1:08:17] The moment Nick realized he could thrive in trading.

    [1:09:02] Recommended resources for becoming a better investor.

    [1:11:22] Nick seeks out "high, small hoops" for investment risks.

    [1:14:00] Do businesses fail due to difficult model or lack of due diligence?

    [1:16:55] When and why Nick decided to enter the restaurant business.

    [1:18:26] The dinner leading to Nick and Grant Achatz's partnership.

    [1:27:52] Why Nick chose to open a restaurant out of many risky options.

    [1:30:33] How Nick spots talent early that others notice late.

    [1:34:07] Questioning restaurant conventions like candles and white tablecloths.

    [1:37:09] A now-famous chef was Alinea's first customer.

    [1:38:03] Nick and Grant wouldn't let designers override their ideas.

    [1:38:47] How Nick contributed effectively as a restaurant industry newcomer.

    [1:14:19] Why Nick was "horrified" when Alinea won Best Restaurant in 2006.

    [1:43:50] Grant's cancer diagnosis; writing a book and revolutionizing reservations.

    [1:45:28] Traditional restaurant reservation systems and Nick's improvements.

    [1:57:17] Bickering at press dinner; avoiding Next becoming "Disneyland of cuisine."

    [2:02:14] Reservation software problems; variable pricing based on day of week.

    [2:05:48] The moment Nick realized "This is the best thing I've ever built."

    [2:07:41] Why the reservation system's rewards were worth the asymmetric risks.

    [2:10:16] Using Marimekko charts to visualize restaurant and sponsorship data.

    [2:16:57] The next industry Nick wants to disrupt: truffles.

    [2:18:55] Illuminating black boxes.

    [2:26:24] Self-selection of job roles; how Nick's hiring process has changed.

    • 3 hrs 16 min
    #736: A Strategic Deep Dive on TikTok, The Boiling Moat of Taiwan, and China’s Next-Gen Statecraft — Matt Pottinger, Former U.S. Deputy National Security Advisor

    #736: A Strategic Deep Dive on TikTok, The Boiling Moat of Taiwan, and China’s Next-Gen Statecraft — Matt Pottinger, Former U.S. Deputy National Security Advisor

    Matt Pottinger is a distinguished visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution and chairman of the China Program at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies. Matt served as U.S. Deputy National Security Advisor from 2019 to 2021. Before his White House service, Matt spent the late 1990s and early 2000s in China as a reporter for Reuters and The Wall Street Journal. He then fought in Iraq and Afghanistan as a U.S. Marine during three combat deployments between 2007 and 2010. Matt’s new book is The Boiling Moat: Urgent Steps to Defend Taiwan.

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    Timestamps:

    [05:55] Bao Tong’s calligraphy.

    [08:20] Matt’s decision to study East Asian languages.

    [10:13] Studying with Perry Link and the challenges of learning Chinese.

    [12:19] Tips for learning Chinese and other languages.

    [17:17] How TikTok has been weaponized by the Chinese Communist Party.

    [20:58] The origins of TikTok and its obfuscatory ownership structure.

    [26:30] How sowing chaos in the West serves the CCP’s aims.

    [31:37] “Politics stops at the water’s edge.”

    [33:11] How should the US rein in TikTok’s influence over its population?

    [40:23] The significance of Taiwan geographically, ideologically, and economically.

    [49:59] The semiconductor industry in Taiwan and its global importance.

    [52:07] Deterring China from attacking or coercing Taiwan.

    [58:51] Cultivating social depth in Taiwan.

    [1:01:09] Guessing at Xi Jinping’s timeline.

    [1:05:33] Demonstrating the will to match the capacity of following through.

    [1:07:47] Matt’s top priorities for stemming Chinese ambitions.

    [1:10:15] Architects of chaos.

    [1:14:21] Staying alert against informational warfare and united front activity.

    [1:21:00] Countering China’s influence on its Western-based citizens.

    [1:25:05] Checkers vs. Go.

    [1:26:56] How can the US reassert its position as a beacon of democracy?

    [1:33:05] What prompted Matt to join the Marine Corps at age 32?

    [1:38:50] Getting in shape for the occasion.

    [1:40:45] Leadership lessons learned.

    [1:46:59] The Boiling Moat, the importance of public service, and parting thoughts.

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    For show notes and past guests on The Tim Ferriss Show, please visit tim.blog/podcast.

    For deals from sponsors of The Tim Ferriss Show, please visit tim.blog/podcast-sponsors

    Sign up for Tim’s email newsletter (5-Bullet Friday) at tim.blog/friday.

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    Past guests on The Tim Ferriss Show include Jerry Seinfeld, Hugh Jackman, Dr. Jane Goodall, LeBron James, Kevin Hart, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Jamie Foxx, Matthew McConaughey, Esther Perel, Elizabeth Gilbert, Terry Crews, Sia, Yuval Noah Harari, Malcolm Gladwell, Madeleine Albright, Cheryl Strayed, Jim Collins, Mary Karr, Maria Popova, Sam Harris, Michael Phelps, Bob Iger, Edward Norton, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Neil Strauss, Ken Burns, Maria Sharapova, Marc Andreessen, Neil Gaiman, Neil de Grasse Tyson, Jocko Willink, Daniel Ek, Kelly Slater, Dr. Peter Attia, Seth Godin, Howard Marks, Dr. Brené Brown, Eric Schmidt, Michael Lewis, Joe Gebbia, Michael Pollan, Dr. Jordan Peterson, Vince Vaughn, Brian Koppelman, Ramit Sethi, Dax Shep

    • 1 hr 53 min

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