Six Pixels of Separation - The Podcast
November 25, 2012 8:07 AM

SPOS #333 - Learn To Do Anything With Tim Ferriss

Welcome to episode #333 of Six Pixels Of Separation - The Twist Image Podcast. There are few people that fascinate me as much as Tim Ferriss. He's young (35 years old), has two bestselling books (The 4-Hour Workweek and The 4-Hour Body) and a soon-to-be third one (The 4-Hour Chef). If that weren't enough, he is also an angel investor and advisor for companies like Facebook, Twitter, StumbleUpon, Evernote, Uber and many others. If you're not impressed by that, Tim also holds a Guinness Book of World Records record in tango dancing and won a Chinese kickboxing championship. Like I said, he's an impressive young man, and that's not even scratching the surface on his bio. Currently, he's trying to prove the book retail business wrong by releasing his newest book, The 4-Hour Chef - The Simple Path to Cooking Like a Pro, Learning Anything, and Living the Good Life, on Amazon's publishing imprint (which many of the major retailers have refused to carry). I'm someone who can't boil an egg or turn on a barbeque, so trust me when I say: this book is not just about cooking. It's really a book about how you can  learn to do anything well (and fast and efficiently). Enjoy the conversation...

Enjoy the conversation...

Here it is: Six Pixels Of Separation - The Twist Image Podcast - Episode #333 - Host: Mitch Joel.

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By Mitch Joel


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  • Posted by Ciprian Borsan
    Mitch Joel

    Thank you, Mitch Joel for this interview! For me, Tim is a source of great inspiration. I've already bought "The 4-Hour Chef" from Amazon and I believe it will be a new bestseller.

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  • Posted by Kneale Mann
    Mitch Joel

    Mitch and Tim - A wonderful open and inspiring conversation.

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  • Mitch Joel

    It's no surprise to hear that Ferris would much rather pour gasoline on a wildfire than spend time "fire-making" with flint, steel and someone else's big idea. I'm glad that he added the importance of concept selling to key influencers such as the NYT.

    Blinded by ambition, many entrepreneurs overlook the research phase. It's imperative that we test our value proposition not only with consumers but also sources of expertise and earned media.

    Thanks again, Mitch! I'm a huge fan of Tim Ferriss, challenging the status quo and considering the full menu of life's options.

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