Dozens of Previous Posts are HERE

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Thanks for coming to the new home of the Tim Ferriss blog! This isn’t the first one, but I’m still in the process of deciding which goodies to pull in from the current/older Tim Ferriss blog. Be sure to check it out, as I might leave some reader favorites (“Losing 10 lbs. of Fat in 2 Weeks”, “The PX Project: How to Read 300% Faster in 20 Minutes”, “5 Doping Scandal Predictions”, and others) there.

Now that the book is coming (April 24th!) and I will be able speak more freely, the blog will be getting much, much more exciting and much, much more controversial. There are some big things coming. BIG.

Posted on: March 7, 2007.

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11 comments on “Dozens of Previous Posts are HERE

  1. Hi man,

    You may read that one a year from now or, let’s say, never. But as a big thank you for your book I just finished, I’d like to give you a tip :

    THERE IS A PLACE IN LONDON WHERE YOU CAN ACTUALLY EAT FOR LESS THAN $20.

    Hit the road to the Camden Canal Market and get a rest at the asian food section. Here, around 6 p.m, they are closing, and giving away the precious spicy meals for nothing. You can negotiate it down 1 pound, with a big smile.

    Hope I’ll cross your path somewhere to buy you a beer.

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  2. Well I made it to the end of your pages. A whole 27 of them (at this time) and collected links to my favorites which is >50. I’ll review them tomorrow =)

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  3. Hey Tim,

    Just looked at 4HB and have ordered my copy. My only concern is, do you have dietary suggestions for vegetarians in the book. Well, in my case, vegetarian who doesn’t eat eggs? I’ve seen a few youtube videos of you recommending a lot of egg products in food to increase protein intake.

    Are you going to write a book for vegetarians(minus eggs) ? ;-D

    Thanks,
    Phoenix

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  4. Tim, I’d be happy to help you get your affiliate links up and running again. Send me an email if you’re interested in doing business with a random dude from Alaska.

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  5. Make it 7!

    I remember reading 4hww thinking “who is THIS guy!?” I finished it in a couple days and told my wife I couldn’t wait for your next book. 4HB was not a disappointment!

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  6. Oh my goodness! Amazing article dude! Thank you, However I am having difficulties with your RSS.
    I don’t know the reason why I am unable to subscribe to it. Is there anybody having the same RSS problems? Anybody who knows the solution will you kindly respond? Thanks!!

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  7. It’s 2014 and I’m reading this haha. I’m big fan Tim! I’ve read all your books and I’ll try to make all your recipes in 4HC and post them in a blog. Hope you don’t mind. Next time you come down to Buenos Aires, I’d love to hang out with you haha. Cheers!

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  8. i’m reading your book 4-Hour Work Week right now and i’m looking for the forms and calculators you mention in chapter 3or4. where can i find those?? Thanks!!

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    • Ditto Jeff! I’m in the same spot you were a month ago. Did you get an answer? I’ve looked all over this “tim.blog” site that his “fourhourblog.com” redirects to, but this (your Q) is the first and only reference to them I’ve found. Seems if they/he want new readers/participants, the extra info/guides eluded to in 4HWW would be maintained and simple to find.

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