Blog Posts - Tim Ferriss



Factual Helps for Depression

Similar to Tim Ferriss' Uber search forempirical evidence to help him "mitigate"( to use his word) the depression he has experienced at times in his life.I want to begin a list of what has helped me upon occasion deal with the same.....It is in no wa...
by You Can Know Anything on Jul 12, 2016

AirBnB and A Suitcase of Sardines

Tim Ferriss has catapulted himself into a "self help" or "success guru"by taking his personality type and standardizing it into a career path.He has outrageous curiosity and has allowed it to lead him to experiment with all kinds ofsuccess and perfor...
by You Can Know Anything on Jun 15, 2016

American culture ° learn

Smash fear, learn anything    ~  Tim Ferriss (Author: The 4-Hour Workweek)Danse Soul Dance / Dance Store Gifts Boutique Danse Boutik Kadans /Aktivis Art...

The 4-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss

The 4-Hour WorkweekA different approach to the leadership gamesCan you afford only four hours of work during a week time?"The 4-Hour Workweek has now been sold into 35 languages. It's been on the bestseller lists for more than two years, and every mo...

American culture ° plan

hope for the best and plan for the worst      ~  Tim Ferriss Danse Soul Dance / Dance Store Gifts Boutique Danse Boutik Kadans /Aktivis Art...

PAID TO BE ME part 2

I have really enjoyed watching the rise of epic bloggers, who really put their hearts into their blogs and then later.....much much much later reap the financial rewards that came as a result of their personal blog posts.Two epic bloggers are Seth Go...
by You Can Know Anything on Jan 8, 2016

3 Simple Practices to Keep Email From Stealing Your Time

Email can steal more time than almost anything else. When you're going through email, you're on someone else's agenda. You're responding to their needs. Sure, you wouldn't be doing it if you didn't get something out of it, but most of the emails you...
by MoneyMiniBlog on Nov 5, 2015

Kinda Disappointing.... Mr. Ferriss

 The writings, books and podcasts, and blogs of Tim Ferris have been nothing short of an adventurous inspiration for me for many years. How many of us, after having read "The Four Hour Work Week" thought to ourselves.....well if Tim Ferris can f...
by You Can Know Anything on Apr 5, 2015

"O Macaco de Imitação": novo blog sobre adquirir novas skills, rápido!

Infelizmente que há algum tempo não escrevo no Surf Locus. Isto porque recentemente comecei um novo projecto chamado "O Macaco de Imitação", um blog sobre o gosto por aprender novas coisas e adquirir novas skills.Logo de "O Macaco de Imitação".
by Surf Locus on Feb 25, 2015

Book of the Week: The Four-Hour Workweek

I got this book several months back but I have reading it on and off because I was trying to apply some of the action plans as illustrated in the book and I needed some time to let the principles sink in. The ideas in this book are revolutionary and...
by I am Corporate Junkie No More. on Feb 23, 2015

Friday Link-up and Loving Lately

This kid. After consistently only getting up once a night for a few weeks, last night she woke up at 11:30 (I think the dogs woke her up when Neil had to go into work) and drank a 5 oz bottle, 2:00, and 3:30 — between which another 5 oz bottle...
by I'd Roll need on Feb 13, 2015

"Scripting the First 60 Minutes"

It's Tim Ferriss who first mentioned this idea of scripting the first 60 minutes of your day.The idea is to eliminate any decision making from those first early morning hours, in order to preserve your mental energy for those projects and plans that...
by You Can Know Anything on Jan 26, 2015

Blissful Creative Exile

Yesterday I tweeted about a cool review by Katherine Monk of Tim Burton's new movie"Big Eyes". What stood out in my mind in the review were Katherine's two epicwords "Creative Exile".While, for some, that phrase may evoke a lonely period of...
by You Can Know Anything on Dec 28, 2014

[TUT] The 4-Hour Life with Tim Ferriss

Description: New York Times best-selling author Tim Ferriss, author of The 4-Hour Workweek, introduces a new holistic life strategy aired only on creativeLIVE: The 4-Hour Life: Healthy, Wealthy, and Wise. This business course features the best of min...
by tutgfx on Aug 26, 2014

El éxito está en ‘qué no hacer’

Hace algunos días atrás, Eva Collado [@evacolladoduran] publicaba en su blog un interesante post titulado: Si no sabes entender a un Knowmad no le contrates.También Raquel Roca [@raquelroca], hace algún tiempo daba una conferencia sobre este tema...
by Francisco Alcaide Hernández on Jun 26, 2014

The Sweetest Monsters In Health – mySugr Diabetes Management App

With the rollout of Obamacare and the government website’s shortcomings grabbing so many headlines recently, there’s a danger of losing sight of the truth that technology provides ill people with wonderful tools. mySugr diabetes management applic...
by Home Business Watchdog on Feb 3, 2014

Soylent: The Future Frugal Food Source

The Matrix tests philosophical assumptions and the idea of external actors on our life. The film paints a dystopian society full of technological advances and [...]The post Soylent: The Future Frugal Food Source appeared first on Frugaling.
by Frugaling on Sep 29, 2013

How to Write With Fire (or the Rule Breaker’s Club)

One of the first entrepreneurial websites I ever visited was the spankingly peppy Rule Breaker’s Club, owned by none other than the ever-sassy Courtney Johnston.Now, what sets her apart from the average blogger is how her infectiously positive...
by Help Reuben Learn on Jul 19, 2013

Digging up Old Writings (or How to Stay on Track with Your Low-Carb Diet Regime!)

I once wrote a fitness article for someone who requested it, but did not reply after. Since all good things should be shared and not wasted, here it is for free! How to Stay on Track with Your Low-Carb Diet … Continue reading →...
by Help Reuben Learn on Jul 16, 2013

Two Cities, Two Launches: A Pair of Sites Built on WordPress.com Enterprise

Some say there’s no greater rivalry than the one between the City by the Bay, San Francisco, and the one-and-only Big Apple, New York City. And considering both cities’ contributions to the industry of tech and big ideas, they’re ri...
by The Pathfinder - Ajay Matharu on Feb 27, 2013


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