Tim Ferriss Has His Own Questions Turned Against Him!
Best-selling author, entrepreneur, angel investor, and public speaker – Tim Ferriss
Right Click to Download the MP3
Right Click to Download the Video
Learn the top questions Tim asks experts, and learn his answers when I ask them! Plus the ONE thing Tim thinks you should do this week to impact your business.
Resources Mentioned in the Podcast:
- The 22 Immutable Laws of Marketing by Al Ries and Jack Trout
- Letters from a Stoic (Penguin Classics) by Lucius Annaeus Seneca
- 1,000 True Fans by Kevin Kelly
- Losing My Virginity by Richard Branson
- Let My People Go Surfing by Yvon Chouinard
Buy all three books (4HWW, 4HB, 4HC) and email the Amazon receipt to [email protected] –> 100s of extra pages of content for free!
Go to FourHourWorkweek.com/blog for more info!
Thanks so much for listening!
Tags: 4-Hour Chef, Business Growth, Business Marketing, business strategy, millionaire interview, Tim Ferriss
Categories: Action Plans, All, Best Life, Business, Business Model, Entrepreneurship, Featured Millionaire Interview, Marketing, Millionaire Interviews, Resources, Systems/Processes
Hi I’m Jaime. Each and every week I bring you the top business advice from the people who know best.Learn More
Excellent interview Jaime! Loved how you asked Tim his own questions. My big take away aside from the email boomerang thing, is to find the right mentor to follow that as Tim said has similarities to what I want to achieve not just in their business life but in their personal lives as well. Great stuff, thank you!
That was a great interview. Glad that you were able to land Mr. Ferris.
Great interview Jamie. I loved the questions you asked Tim. It is funny, because I never would have bought the 4 Hour Chef even though I love the 4 Hour Work Week. Now I will add it to my list of reading. :)Plus I will be adding boomerang to my list of helpful time saving techniques.
Great interview, Jaime! I’d expect nothing less from a fellow Titan. 😉
Awesome interview Jamie!
I’m a big fan of Tim’s books so it was pretty cool to see you ask him a few questions that were lingering in my mind!
Great interview Jaime! Loved your last question about the biggest action step and Tim’s answer regarding the 80/20 analysis. That principle applies in so many areas of our life, and asking it repeatedly helps us keep our priorities in perspective and stay focused. Thanks for digging deep and bringing us a great interview!
Awesome interview! My biggest take-away is that The 4-Hour Chef is not a cook book! Keep the great interviews coming.
Love his tip. Always good to hear what their tips are, now it’s time to implement it and take action.
Take action baby! Good luck Tom!
Wow, Jaime. You just keep getting the best interviews ever, one after another! I loved your latest one with Tim Ferris. It is inspiring to know that there is a way to become proficient faster than average. I can’t wait to read his latest book, The Four Hour Chef!
Thank you so much for all you do!
So glad you enjoyed it Ruth! And yes, the book is crazy. It really does expand what is possible when you know more about it!
Gracias Jaime. I have it saved some I can listen to it again. Tim and Seth seem to have something when it comes to breaking down education.
P.S. There is a full screen white border on a every page of your site above your normal border. (Using Chrome on Windows)
Awesome! Thanks so much for doing this interview. I’m ordering his books now…..
That was an awesome interview! I’ve been a Tim Ferriss fan for a long time and your interview was probably one of the richest and most action packed that I’ve seen in a while. I’m also a huge fan of this blog too 🙂 After I watched I have to be honest and let you know that I even went through the transcript again. Remembering the 80/20 rule or even just taking mindful action is something that I have staring me in the face every morning. Thanks so much for doing this 🙂
This is awesome feedback, thank YOU for taking the time to let me know too 🙂
80/20… Doing It Now! 🙂
How did it turn out?? 🙂
Mr. Ferris, I think the world has a lot to learn from you! Learning is the root of all solutions, whether it is a career, a hobby, or quite simply, managing your money. Learning is our most reliable form of survival, without the ability to learn, teach and adapt, we would all be in deep trouble.
As far as your recommendation of becoming world class in a year, I find this disheartening. I see people begin and fail in business within a year, and I see how that refers back to your idea that you can?t do everything to the best of your ability in such a brief time. But, these people seem to do everything right. They are young typically unorthodox entrepreneurs; they have small funds behind them but have a vision and drive. What is your advice for these hopeful one-day millionaires and why are they so easily set up for failure?
Just my opinion Yasmin – I think a lot has to do with mindset and holding yourself back. My advice? Find a mentor that will help you with that. I know Tim has had amazing mentors too. Hope that helps!
This is SO COOL Jaime. Seriously. I can’t believe all the cool people you get to talk to. Great interview – thanks for the inspiration!
Thanks Seth! Me neither 😉 But I’m thankful!
Hi Jaime, the one thing I can take away from Tim’s interview is that linking information together is the key to strengthening one’s knowledge; therefore, making it easier to remember, to access, to condense.
I was also excited to hear that it’s easy to learn a foreign language quicker than one thinks.
Thanks Jaimie an amazing interview with an amazing guy.
I’d heard of Tim but never got round to reading any of his books but I’ll definitely be ordering all 3 now after this interview.
BTW I found your blog through a podcast you did with John Lee Dumas.
All great stuff but there’s a lot on here so should keep me busy for a while.
My one takeaway and action is, I’m reading 1000 True Fans, at Tim’s suggestion.
Great Video, I always like to hear how successful people explain what it takes. Will see video again.
Simply desire to say your article is as surprising. The clearness in your post is just great and i can assume you are an expert on this subject. Fine with your permission let me to grab your feed to keep up to date with forthcoming post. Thanks a million and please carry on the rewarding work.
Cool interview. Still working on achieving “The 4-hour Workweek” in my life. Need to re-read that book again and see if maybe I just need a refresher. Thanks for putting this back on my radar Jamie!