The Tim Ferriss Show Transcripts: How to ‘Waste Money’ to Improve the Quality of Your Life (#181)

Please enjoy this transcript of my podcast on how to “waste money” to improve the quality of your life. Transcripts may contain a few typos—with some episodes lasting 2+ hours, it’s difficult to catch some minor errors. Enjoy! Listen to the podcast here or by selecting any of the options below. Listen onApple Podcasts Listen …

Best Investments, Bad Advice to Avoid, and Other Life Lessons (#294)

Best Investments, Bad Advice to Avoid, and Other Life Lessons (#294)

“The world always makes sense; we just don’t understand it.” -Adam Robinson This episode sets a new record with five guests — each considered among the best in their field. It features Adam Robinson (@IAmAdamRobinson), Debbie Millman (@debbiemillman), Neil Strauss (@neilstrauss), Scott Belsky (@scottbelsky), and Veronica Belmont (@Veronica). This roundtable conversation discusses best investments, favorite failures, and bad advice …

Catherine Hoke — The Master of Second Chances (#293)

Catherine Hoke — The Master of Second Chances (#293)

“You are not your past.” – Catherine Hoke Catherine Hoke (@catherine_hoke) is the founder of the non-profit Defy Ventures. Defy’s vision is to end mass incarceration by using entrepreneurship as a tool to transform legacies and human potential. Cat was named a #MakeTechHuman Agent of Change by WIRED and Nokia for being one of 17 Global Influencers …

Conquering Fear and Reducing Anxiety – Caroline Paul (#227)

Conquering Fear and Reducing Anxiety – Caroline Paul (#227)

“Tragedies are the result of a series of small forks in the road.” – Caroline Paul Caroline Paul (@carowriter) returns to the podcast by popular demand for a round 2 Q&A. (You can catch her first appearance here.) Caroline is the author of four published books. Her latest is the New York Times bestseller The Gutsy …

How to Be Tim Ferriss – Featuring Freakonomics (#162)

How to Be Tim Ferriss – Featuring Freakonomics (#162)

This episode is a role-reversal. I flew to New York City and sat down with Stephen J. Dubner (@freakonomics) of Freakonomics fame. He proceeded to ask me all sorts of questions that I’d never heard before, and we recorded the entire thing.  It was a blast. His team did an incredible job with post-production, and I wanted to share …