In Case You Missed It: January 2022 Recap of The Tim Ferriss Show (#572)

Welcome to another episode of The Tim Ferriss Show, where it is my job to deconstruct world-class performers to tease out the routines, habits, et cetera that you can apply to your own life. 

This is a special inbetweenisode, which serves as a recap of the episodes from last month. It features the first 15 or so minutes from each conversation in one place, so you can easily jump around to get a taste for the episode and guest. 

See it as a teaser. Something to whet your appetite. If you like what you hear, you can of course find the full episodes at tim.blog/podcast

Please enjoy! 

P.S. If you have any feedback, please let me know on Twitter (@tferriss) and mention me and @TeamTimFerriss, plus #experiment, so that we can easily find it.

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Timestamps:

Rich Roll: 00:02:06

Michio Kaku: 00:19:06

Sarah Silverman: 00:34:21

Michael Gervais: 00:47:01

Michael Schur: 01:00:32

John List: 01:15:32

Sue Flood: 01:30:45

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Full episode titles:

#561: Rich Roll — Reinventing Your Life at 30, 40, and Beyond

#562: Dr. Michio Kaku — Exploring Time Travel, the Beauty of Physics, Parallel Universes, the Mind of God, String Theory, Lessons from Einstein, and More

#563: Sarah Silverman — The Joy of Being Alone, Becoming Your Own Best Friend, Insights from Therapy, and More

#564: Performance Psychologist Michael Gervais — Fear{less} with Tim Ferriss

#565: Michael Schur, Creator of “The Good Place” — How SNL Trains Writers, His TV University at “The Office,” Lessons from Lorne Michaels, Wisdom from David Foster Wallace, and Exploring Moral Philosophy with “How to Be Perfect”

#566: John List — A Master Economist on Strategic Quitting, How to Practice Theory of Mind, Learnings from Uber, Optimizations to Boost Donations, the Primitives of Decision-Making, and How Field Experiments Reveal Hidden Realities

#567: A Rare Podcast at 30 Below Zero — Sue Flood on Antarctica, Making Your Own Luck, Chasing David Attenborough, and Reinventing Yourself

Please enjoy!

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#572: In Case You Missed It: January 2022 Recap of The Tim Ferriss Show

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3 Replies to “In Case You Missed It: January 2022 Recap of The Tim Ferriss Show (#572)”

  1. Hi, have you ever thought of adding Amazon affiliate links for other countries, i.e. .ca for example. I buy a lot of books recommended by you and your guests, but don’t link directly from your site.

  2. This comment is out of scope for this episode, but figured I’d try my luck.

    Tim, do you have any recommendations for a Monk Monastery retreat?

    My goals are:
    – Spend a week “detoxing” way from society
    – Be in an environment where I will not have access to internet & electricity
    – Actually learn to clear my mind

    Nice to haves:
    – Be at a high altitude surrounded by mountains
    – Be exposed to learning about Monk culture

    Whether it is in North America or somewhere in Asia makes no difference to me.

  3. Just heard the February recap with the separate bios and found the structure very confusing. By the time all the quotes are finished you forget who’s said what. Could you just have a mini bio before each instead? Or as well. Or just their name before (or even their name AFTER each one so that if you like what they said you immediately are told who it is. M