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"tim dot" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

03:51 min | 2 weeks ago

"tim dot" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Particular concepts and names at tim dot blog slash podcast so you can just search keen h. e. n. And that episode. This episode will pop right up until next time measure twice cut. Once with those harsh words do some thinking try to try to tick the third position and thanks for tuning in high. Tim it's sheila. You know i thought about our conversation afterwards. Of course i thought of all the things. I wish i would've asked or had insights. I wish i would have thought of at the time and you know that's normal. The good news and the bad news of difficult conversations is that they're usually happening in ongoing relationships over time and so it's not so much about having exactly the perfect script or thing to say in the moment as much as it is about having an ongoing conversation so in the spirit of an ongoing conversation i thought i would offer a couple of thoughts i had afterwards just in case they might be helpful to you so the first is that one of the questions that sits underneath many many difficult conversations. It's sort of the background music to the conversation. Or maybe a low Ominous hum below the surface is the question. Is this going to be okay. Are we going to be okay. Is this conflict going to mean consequences or even the end of the relationship when someone raises something important to them with someone else. Part of what they're asking is. Is this the kind of thing that we can talk about. Talk through and resolve together and particularly given gutman's research about two thirds of our conflicts in long term relationships are not really resolvable. The task isn't to resolve them once and for all its to figure out a way to handle them or navigate them and manage them together. That feels okay and good. And i think part of what might be happening when your girlfriend comes and says hey can we talk is. She's saying i wanna raise something that's happening. That's actually not okay with me. And if i were in your shoes and maybe if i was in her shoes i would be thinking. And what does this mean for us. Is this going to work. Are we going to be able to figure out how to navigate this together and you might be feeling like gosh what you're asking me to do to be perfect and i have already demonstrated that that is not going to happen. So if i continue to sometimes misstep or be an asshole like is that going to be okay. And so i think that's going to raise the stakes for both of you in the conversation. I wonder whether there's a way to turn down the heat. Or maybe the volume on that question at least for a while a second thing and i have thought about how to do that but let me add a second thing that i have been thinking about that is related. Which is when she comes. And says hey. Can we talk the implicit topic or purpose of that. Conversation is singular. It's about her topic. When you ask the question. is there more. Which by the way is a fantastic question and it may unintentionally reinforce that the whole purpose of this conversation about your concern or feeling hurt or impacted by me and in addition is there more..

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"tim dot" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"tim dot" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"Therapist will take you directly exactly to the blog. Post this podcast episode. And you can scroll down to the show notes for lengths to everything that we mentioned in everything you could possibly want so so be sure to check that out. Tim Dot blog forward slash therapist. There were a few small glitches in my audio. The very beginning of the interview but my microphone phone was very quickly replaced. So thank you for your patience for the first few minutes it's intelligible and it improves after the first few minutes. So all that said without further ado please enjoy Oy this wide ranging interview with Marcella Otani. Laura I'm so excited about this interview. Yeah I know a lot of you are too tim. Ferriss and Marcella Ota Laura who is a maps person Tim Ferriss is a supporter of maps and a psychedelic. The psychedelic research and shifting the beliefs about psychedelic medicine in our culture. And for that we are. You're very grateful. He has been called a cross between Jack Welch and a Buddhist monk by the New York Times he is past companies most innovative business people an early stage tech investor. He's the author of five number. One New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestsellers including the four hour workweek. The Observer and other media have named him the Oprah of audio due to the influence of his podcast the Tim Ferriss show which has exceeded four hundred million download and his latest book is tribe of Mentors Short life advice from the best in the world and he is one of the world's most popular podcasters. We are so thrilled to have him. Marcella is a psychotherapist and an installation artist. Her interest and focus on trauma has led her to understand the healing process as an intimate intimate connection with one's essence through love integrity acceptance and honoring of the human spirit in addition to working with trauma and. PTSD she. She has dedicated her professional life to teaching and research. She uses art as a vehicle for deepening. The relationship to self others and the Natural World Marcella worked as a CO therapist in maps very first government regulated. MDA assisted psychotherapy study in Madrid Spain. And she has served is the principal investigator for maps phase to MD assisted psychotherapy study in Boulder Colorado and currently in the healthy volunteer. Study and phase three site also in Colorado additionally. She is a trainer and supervisor for therapists working on map studies for MDA assisted psychotherapy eighty. I would say one of the things that I think of when I think of Marcell if there was one person that I would want to put my future training in ah the hands of or my psyche or my soul in the hands of she would certainly be. Maybe one of the top people in the world so I have great respect back for the work that she does on behalf of maps. Please welcome Tim and Marcella to the stage to discuss ourselves work as a psychedelic therapist and maps therapist therapist.

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"tim dot" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"tim dot" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"That had every emergency urgency responder. I bet was there. If there'd been another thing that evening they wouldn't have been able to respond now well. That's my husband was one of those officers so he talked about it when tonight. He knew i was going to be interviewing you. There was one other quick story. <hes> we've got a minute and a half so talk fast him. This has been great. Thank you very much two thousand thousand two hundred sixty stories in the naked cog railway and i can tell a lot of them might teaser. Is that if any cars were cog relatives or people that know any cog stuff they should get in touch with me at. Tim dot lewis at northern vermont dot e._d._u. That's tim dot louis northern vermont. All one word dot e._d._u. I am finding out amazing stories. I have a woman by the name of mattie clarke breaking the glass ceiling in the hotel industry in the eighteen eighty four years and become says when she dies in nineteen thirty her bitch is printed twice in the boston globe. I also have have a cog railway brakeman who almost becomes an officer but because his family has split between pro nazi who who anti-nazi. I got all good stuff. You just discovered that recently right exactly so please. Tim dot lewis at northern vermont dot e._d._u. I can talk it forever. Yes he can. Thank you very much. Tim appreciate it. They will be back next monday. Tomorrow is governor douglas and the following day is steve enjoyed joy..

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"tim dot" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"tim dot" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Ten three one six five three two zero or you could drop me an email Tim dot herb at RBC dot com okay getting back to where I left off after that first break I mention again not to spook you all about the bounce we had that last week kind of snapping the consecutive declines week after week that we saw in may an hour earlier the month of June but I talked about the summer months and out typically the summer months are kind of the you know that the summer doldrums there's a variety of factors and reasons why summer months are slower in terms of the market stock market activity schools out people were vacationing volume is thin as far as market activity throughout the days and that's not to say the markets cannot surprise odd maybe to the up side or even have some larger declines than usual but even office recent bouncing a we seen this trend developing over the course of the last eighteen months the last year and a half looking at some larger support numbers on the dal the S. and P. kind of layers if you will and you know kind of a short term support level followed by maybe an intermediate term support level when the markets but I don't do not think in my personal opinion my humble opinion are that we are out of the woods yet for testing maybe a market low there is a possibility we could have some further downside and you know when we look at the markets and the thing that's interesting typically is that pull backs in the stock market can have their biggest days at the very end our and maybe maybe the month of may was it out yet again and maybe what we're gonna trade neutral side ways for the summer and then look to get back on track for the start of the fall season with the markets it's hard to say or maybe we have some further declines and maybe some bigger down days here ahead of us this summer I. S. we may expect some volatility to continue over the near term and you know again the market the stock market indexes have been trading in these in really these tighter ranges for the past three months within some wider range is really about fifteen percent that's.

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"tim dot" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"tim dot" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Everything at Tim dot, log Ford slash podcast. Just search Susan on pop right up. People can find you online presumably where the best places to to say. Hello. Learn more about what you're up to. Well, best thing is to sign up for my newsletter, which you can get to if you go to quiet revved dot com. Which is pr- equate revolution. So you'll find it right there on the homepage. There's a sign up form, and there's a newsletter that goes out every week. That's the absolute best. And then I'm also super active and Lincoln and on Facebook, grit, and he said, simply Susan Cain. I think Facebook criven wrong. I think is author. Susan. Thank you for saying that. Yeah. So on Facebook, it's author Susan. Came and unlinked him. Actually, don't remember. But it's part of the Lincoln influence or just put in Lincoln influence her and my name it'll. Yeah. And then Twitter, maybe less active. I am on Twitter a little mess active season cod. Susan kids yet and can't wait to see the next book and continue to follow your work. Thank you for doing. I will say the same to you the next book. What is the next book while you know, based on the an episode came out a few days ago? I think it's going to be this book that I have been waiting to give myself permission to write which is about. It's not that. It'll be. A close cousin to what you are thinking a lot about right now. It would be. How to pay attention to the psycho, emotional undercurrents and components of life, very closely and how to use tools both on the beaten path off very very very off the beaten path for finding resolution for problems or challenges or securities or trauma that are are at least in current conventional practice considered very difficult to treat or untreatable that that would be as far as I can tell and I've been gathering notes about five years now that would be that'd be the thrust of it. That's going to be your most important book. I hope so. Yeah. Yeah. I hope so what's your timetable? What's my timetable? It's. Will as who was it. I think this this something I heard on a TV set once they didn't want people to rush. But it was the the gist was people need to rush. And they, but they didn't want to say that. Maybe we'll panics we need everyone to move with purpose. So I think my answer is move with purpose. But not in haste because I want to treat it with the depth and thought that it deserves I don't wanna rush will probably write it without signing before selling anything or signing contracts. Probably you'll write the whole thing. Do it on my on-time interesting. It is a is a top if not the top priority. Well, so are you like working on it every day right now, I m in some fashion working on it everyday. But it's gonna be a while before I get to the the composition pros stage. But the vast majority of the work that I do on my books as the experimentation the traveling for subjecting myself to all sorts of unusual things and the note taking the organizing said notes, and I'm doing some piece of that almost every day. Well, yeah, I'm so glad you're doing this book. Yeah. So if I can help, you know, if you want an early reader, whatever I would love to also completely alley. Likewise is so much fun. And. Until intellectual. Thanks so much. Thank you so much and to everybody listening same till next time. Thank you for listening. Hey, guys. This is Tim again, just a few more things before you take off number one. This is five bullet Friday. Do you want to get a short Email from me, would you? Enjoy getting short Email from me every Friday that provides a little more soul of fun before the weekend and five of very short Email where I share the coolest things I've found that had been pondering over the week that could include favorite new albums that I've discovered could include gizmos and gadgets and all sorts of weird shit that somehow dug up in the world of the Esa teric as I do it could include favorite articles that I've read and that I've shared with my close friends, for instance, and it's very short. It's just a little tiny bite of goodness before you head off for the weekend. So if you want to.

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"tim dot" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"tim dot" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"That's Tim dot log for such James Cameron. Alright. So some of you who are long-term listeners have no doubt heard multiple guests on to discuss the Keita genyk diet to discuss alternate approaches to food and health and. And I thought that this episode. It'd be good opportunity to give some airtime to discussion of plant based diets. And it should also be underscored that there are chapters in the four hour body. Two of them with the legendary alternate athletes got jerk about plant based diets, and even if you disagree with perhaps plant based diets were any of the arguments, you might hear from Suzy and James at suggest listening for at least three reasons. Number one. There's plenty of non plant talk and we jump right into it. With discussion of how they both respond to feeling overwhelmed or distracted. The second is patients in this podcast. I do my best to in a gentle way, sometimes not gentle, but often gentle way expose people to different viewpoints different perspectives in the world, which is why I have on very often, for instance, someone who's higher. Early religious like Rabbi Jonathan sacks. And then I will have just a few episodes later someone like Sam Harris who has PHD and neuroscience and very well known for being an atheist. I might have someone who is far left, and then someone who is far right because I like to focus on some of the commonalities also thought processes, the only way you can understand your argument your position best is to also understand the opposing viewpoints aren't says number two. This is an exercise in patients, especially in these divisive times. I think it is a worthwhile exercise and third. Oh, MD one meal per day that is plant based I would recommend even if you don't plan on converting to fully plant based as a consciousness practice and an exercise, which is something I very often. Do I will I will impose certain constraints on my eating eliminate certain food product. Or I will insist that I eat based on a spectrum of color as a way to make my subconscious or off. Automatic behaviors I eating more conscious that I'm more aware of what I am doing and the decisions I am making. So those are a few of the many reasons I would suggest listening to this. And without further ado, let's just jump right into it with Suzy and James Cameron. While hill off baby. Well, Tim first of all we want to say, hi. And when we first met, you we were all flying around in the parabolic flight with you. On musk and two other crazy, folks. Yeah. Doing somersaults zero g super fun Superfund. So. To say for having us on the show were honored to be here. Yeah. Really really excited. I guess these still call a podcast show. I guess yeah. Yeah. Tim Ferriss show ok-. Well, then I guess it's called the Tim Ferriss show. Then it's got to be a show. When you feel overwhelmed or unfocused or have lost your focus temporarily. What do you do if helpful what questions? Do you ask yourself? So what do I do when I feel overwhelmed?.

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"tim dot" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"tim dot" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"That's Tim dot log for such James Cameron. Alright. So some of you who are long-term listeners have no doubt heard multiple guests on to discuss the Keita genyk diet to discuss alternate approaches to food and health and. And I thought that this episode. It'd be good opportunity to give some airtime to discussion of plant based diets. And it should also be underscored that there are chapters in the four hour body. Two of them with the legendary alternate athletes got jerk about plant based diets, and even if you disagree with perhaps plant based diets were any of the arguments, you might hear from Suzy and James at suggest listening for at least three reasons. Number one. There's plenty of non plant talk and we jump right into it. With discussion of how they both respond to feeling overwhelmed or distracted. The second is patients in this podcast. I do my best to in a gentle way, sometimes not gentle, but often gentle way expose people to different viewpoints different perspectives in the world, which is why I have on very often, for instance, someone who's higher. Early religious like Rabbi Jonathan sacks. And then I will have just a few episodes later someone like Sam Harris who has PHD and neuroscience and very well known for being an atheist. I might have someone who is far left, and then someone who is far right because I like to focus on some of the commonalities also thought processes, the only way you can understand your argument your position best is to also understand the opposing viewpoints aren't says number two. This is an exercise in patients, especially in these divisive times. I think it is a worthwhile exercise and third. Oh, MD one meal per day that is plant based I would recommend even if you don't plan on converting to fully plant based as a consciousness practice and an exercise, which is something I very often. Do I will I will impose certain constraints on my eating eliminate certain food product. Or I will insist that I eat based on a spectrum of color as a way to make my subconscious or off. Automatic behaviors I eating more conscious that I'm more aware of what I am doing and the decisions I am making. So those are a few of the many reasons I would suggest listening to this. And without further ado, let's just jump right into it with Suzy and James Cameron. While hill off baby. Well, Tim first of all we want to say, hi. And when we first met, you we were all flying around in the parabolic flight with you. On musk and two other crazy, folks. Yeah. Doing somersaults zero g super fun Superfund. So. To say for having us on the show were honored to be here. Yeah. Really really excited. I guess these still call a podcast show. I guess yeah. Yeah. Tim Ferriss show ok-. Well, then I guess it's called the Tim Ferriss show. Then it's got to be a show. When you feel overwhelmed or unfocused or have lost your focus temporarily. What do you do if helpful what questions? Do you ask yourself? So what do I do when I feel overwhelmed?.

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"tim dot" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"tim dot" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Save the world growing gourmet and medicinal mushrooms and suicide and mushrooms of the world. He has discovered name numerous new species of Silla, seven mushrooms suicide, and mushrooms, or sluice mushrooms better known as magic mushrooms and is the founder and owner of fungi. Perfect. -i makers of the host defense mushroom supplement line and a little known fact. I have been using host defense products for few years now after some me, no Surat said that one of them was her favorite purchase of less than a hundred. Dollars in the last year or two. And that was in my last book, tribe mentors. So I do have some familiarity with his products. Paul has received numerous awards, including invention ambassador for the American Association for the advancement of science, the national Mike Hala gist award from the North American Mike logical association, and the Gordon, Tina Watson award from the Mike logical society of America. His Instagram is awesome. If you wanna see some really, really, really weird fungi and him off in the woods all over the world doing where things and in very new and breaking news. We were actually holding the podcast waiting for this to happen. Paul is the author of a new study in nature scientific reports which details how mushroom extract specifically extracts from woodland. Polly, poor mushrooms can greatly reduce viruses that contribute to be colony. Collapse. This is a huge, huge, huge deal. And we do get into the importance of bees, and. And how without bees, pretty much everything goes down the toilet, including a lot of humanity. So I will include a link in the show notes which you can always find at Tim's blog podcast for everyone who wants to check that out and two other announcements. If you are interested as I am and I'm certainly committed to the to the tune of seven figures over the next year or two to supporting psychedelic science and research. Please join me. And if you're interested in doing so at a higher dollar amount, meaning over one hundred thousand dollars, please go to Tim dot blog forward slash science. That's Tim dialogue forward slash science. And if you want to support at lower dollar amounts checkout maps, dot org, and for anyone who's already filled out that form, I will be reaching out soon. There's a lot of amazing stuff on the horizon that I hope you'll be involved with and last, but not least the Balogh. Now. Contains transcripts of every podcast episode today. People have been asking for this for a long time. I want to do it right. So now you can find transcripts to every episode of the podcast at Tim up, log forward slash transcripts, and that is a long intro with further. Do please enjoy this wide-ranging conversation with Paul stats? And if you can only listen to one part, jump ahead about forty, nine minutes or so forty, nine minutes and fifty seconds, I believe. But yeah, let's call forty nine minutes to listen to his description of his first experience with Salosa mushrooms or suicide and containing mushrooms and the effect it had on his lifelong stutter. It is fucking nuts. So if you're gonna skip around jump ahead, forty, nine minutes or so in listen to that story. It is really, really wild. So they enjoy. Paul welcome to the show. Thank you Tim honored to be here. I've had so many listeners request you on the show I have wanted to have you on the show for so many years. And finally, when you made your very comprehensive cameo and Michael pollen's most recent book that served as the reminder that I had to reach out somehow some very pleased that you're here. And I thought we could start with some definitions and pronunciation, which are very selfishly points of insecurity for me..

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"tim dot" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"tim dot" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Log forward slash Friday. Listen to this podcast, very likely that you'd dig it a lot and you can, of course easily subscribe any time. So easy peasy again, that's Tim dot blog forward slash Friday, and thanks for checking it out. If the spirit moves ya. Hello, you sexy little munchkins. This is Tim Ferriss. Welcome to another episode of the Tim Ferriss show where I deconstruct world class performers, whether they are billionaire investors, celebrities like Arnold Schwarzenegger musicians or for instance, chess prodigies. And this episode is. A much awaited much requested follow up to my second podcasts. The number two of the Tim Ferriss show with Josh wait skin who's a close friend of mine. He was the basis for the book and the movie searching for Bobby Fischer. He is considered a chess prodigy, but I don't think that word prodigy applies to him very well because it's not a mutation. He doesn't have alien genetics. He has perfected instead learning strategies and frameworks that can be applied to anything including some of his other loves like Brazilian jujitsu in which he's a black belt under the fe- Marcelo Garcia considered the Michael Jordan of the sport, and oftentimes called the best grappler ever walked the planet or Taichi push, for instance, in which Josh became a world champion. These days, he spends a lot of his time coaching other top performers in the world, whether Mark Messier Cal Ripken or top performing hedge fund managers and Josh very complementary approaches. He tends to focus on getting people from say ninety nine to top ninety nine point nine nine. Nine percent, but we have very complementary purchase. A lot of overlap, and I initially met Josh through his book, the art of learning and loved it so much that we made an audiobook.

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"tim dot" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"tim dot" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Their arguments to you made for both, but you will regardless and up having to deal with circumstances outside of your control problems that couldn't have been predicted new circumstances that require you to adapt and maybe to grope around like person in the dark for period of time with great discomfort. And we've been talking about some of your lessons learned some of the stories based on experiences you've had that you've had imparted to you for mentors. You've taken all of these notes, those that made the final cut. What is it? One hundred twenty. Just about an I'm looking at this compendium in front of me, kind of choose your adventure guide within the buckets that we spoke about. So what what is this at? I'm looking at it appears to be a book. I think you alluded to it maybe mentioned it once this is the messy middle. Subtitle, this is the final subtitle. This is the foul. No, no, that's fine. I just before I read it, I wanted to share finding your way through the hardest most crucial part of any bold venture. And I have I I was gonna say, I've had a chance to read it. I've had a chance to kind of live through you hearing many of these stories and thrilled that you are sharing them, where can people learn more about the book? Yeah, I think the need is clear. I'm excited about. It it's it's as you said, I, it really was that process of the eight hundred and something notes down to the down to the three hundred down to the two hundred two. The one twenty organized in these kind of three themes. We talked about tonight, endurance optimization. The final mile. The messy, middle really is this passionate side project I've had for the last five or so years. I'm excited to get it out there. Coming out, hits shelves, Tober second, two thousand eighteen. And and and then I'm trying to also continue these conversations on Twitter at Scott Belsky and and frankly, a lot of the stuff we talk tonight are things that I've also shared over the years and tested and gotten feedback on incorporated into alternately, you know what this book has become. So I think that we're all in our own messing medals and. I just hope that this this, this helps people know that they're not alone as they're in the enduring enduring phase and managing the volatility, hope it helps them mind it a little bit more productively. I hope it helps people build better products that all of us can benefit from optimize anything else that's working within their team. And when it comes down to that final mile, it's not screw it up. Let ship. Here here. Well, Scott, thanks for the endurance of this marathon across multiple types of scenery within certain types of scenery at different temperatures. Maybe some ways like the messy middle and everybody listening. Thanks for being a fly on the wall and. Also accepting this experimental format, and you can find links to anything might have talked about some of the people. We mentioned the founders and their products and companies and so on in these shows as per usual at Tim dot blog..

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"tim dot" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"tim dot" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Hello, boys and girls mog wind gremlins. This is Tim Ferriss, welcome to another upset of the Tim Ferriss show. If you're looking for perhaps some type of highbrow intellectual long form conversation, you might want to go to Tim dot log fort slash podcast for one of my other long form always fell. Short dude come on old on Kevin introduced yet. But for those of you who enjoy the, the random helter skelter is at a right word. I think it is nature. I'm gonna run with it of the random show which we haven't had an episode of for very long time in his conversation between yours, truly, and my good friend, Kevin, rose guest number one on the Tim Ferriss show. That's true. You were guest number one, the very first episode of the Tim Ferriss show, and actually the my Lincoln bio now. My claim to fame it's in your Google plus bio. And we have not done random show for longtime, but I'll let you do if you want to do an introduction of the rent need to think we need to know what episode Ron for those that have heard the random show before. I think we've done probably if I had to guess maybe twenty five episodes, something like that. Twenty five episodes. So we're episode twenty-seven. Let's call it episode twenty seven and Kevin for people who don't know you, what's your story? What would you like people to know about you? What's the speaker by overs of Kevin rose? I don't even know these days. No, seriously. I would say that I've been a longtime internet entrepreneur. I probably best known for creating these social news website dig back in two thousand four that grew to become a pretty big entity for a number of years. And then I was at Google as an investor and now metro ventures as an investor, Tim unite, probably co-invested and maybe a dozen or so angels at least Facebook together. I think Twitter together together, blue bottle, coffee. A bunch of them side. Note, you remember how ridiculed we all were when the consortium of techies and non, he's invested blue bottle coffee diem or how we got on.

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"tim dot" Discussed on The Kevin Rose Show

The Kevin Rose Show

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"tim dot" Discussed on The Kevin Rose Show

"Certainly twelve plus billionaires, then you will get to see rank ordered in terms of frequency which books are most recommended. So I'll put those in the show notes, and you guys can find that at Tim dot blog forward slash podcast. If you want to see of these people who are the best at what they do, which books across disciplines to they recommend most often, a few of them just off the bat for people who are curious, man's search for meaning by Viktor. Frankl poor Charlie's almanac by Charlie Munger seeking wisdom by Peter Bevan. And certainly atlas shrugged even though it's controversial book, but i-i-in rand comes up a lot in terms of developing a sense of personal agency. I think that is popped up quite a lot and many more, but I'll give you the full list because there are some that pop up quite frequently that you won't recognize it all. And those are to me. Oftentimes the really fun wants to explore. Awesome. Yeah, I've got a bunch of audible credits waiting to be spent, so I'll do that. Awesome man. Well, I think that this this is a solid ketchup. Yeah, thanks for having me on and it was fun to chat and where working people learn more about Kevin rose fund. You interwebs certainly, my podcast is available at Kevin rose dot com. And then also if you wanna check out my free meditation app, it's one hundred percent free limit more traditional meditations called oak, and you could do that oak meditation dot com. Nice and sinked new social, I don't. You know, Twitter, Kevin rose, but like I don't know that I use it that much anymore. I'm more newsletter guy if you go to my website at if you sign up for my newsletter. I do a once a month newsletter and that's that's gonna use. It's a good newsletter. I subscribed to it which I can't say for many. And yet Twitter's Twitter's turned into a bit of a nasty neighborhood. On most days, you just feel in your business whistling walking down the street, and then you have people throwing potted plants at your head in Facebook's the whole shit show. It's like the worst gonna show. What to do, go back to the tried and true, Instagram, Instagram or Email? Yeah, aren't my man well relics for taking the time and hope to see you soon come come, come visit, Austin guy will got a barrel Sonawane before you. Awesome. All right man to everybody, listening or watching on the YouTube 's. You can find links to everything that we've talked about in the show notes, Tim's blog forward slash podcast. And until next time be safe, do not take meth for fun. Follow professional advice with anything medically related and live the examined life just because it is self help. Doesn't mean it can't help you. So I'll leave with that.

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"tim dot" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

The Kevin and Ryan Show

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"tim dot" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

"Certainly twelve plus billionaires, then you will get to see rank ordered in terms of frequency which books are most recommended. So I'll put those in the show notes, and you guys can find that at Tim dot blog forward slash podcast. If you want to see of these people who are the best at what they do, which books across disciplines to they recommend most often, a few of them just off the bat for people who are curious, man's search for meaning by Viktor. Frankl poor Charlie's almanac by Charlie Munger seeking wisdom by Peter Bevan. And certainly atlas shrugged even though it's controversial book, but i-i-in rand comes up a lot in terms of developing a sense of personal agency. I think that is popped up quite a lot and many more, but I'll give you the full list because there are some that pop up quite frequently that you won't recognize it all. And those are to me. Oftentimes the really fun wants to explore. Awesome. Yeah, I've got a bunch of audible credits waiting to be spent, so I'll do that. Awesome man. Well, I think that this this is a solid ketchup. Yeah, thanks for having me on and it was fun to chat and where working people learn more about Kevin rose fund. You interwebs certainly, my podcast is available at Kevin rose dot com. And then also if you wanna check out my free meditation app, it's one hundred percent free limit more traditional meditations called oak, and you could do that oak meditation dot com. Nice and sinked new social, I don't. You know, Twitter, Kevin rose, but like I don't know that I use it that much anymore. I'm more newsletter guy if you go to my website at if you sign up for my newsletter. I do a once a month newsletter and that's that's gonna use. It's a good newsletter. I subscribed to it which I can't say for many. And yet Twitter's Twitter's turned into a bit of a nasty neighborhood. On most days, you just feel in your business whistling walking down the street, and then you have people throwing potted plants at your head in Facebook's the whole shit show. It's like the worst gonna show. What to do, go back to the tried and true, Instagram, Instagram or Email? Yeah, aren't my man well relics for taking the time and hope to see you soon come come, come visit, Austin guy will got a barrel Sonawane before you. Awesome. All right man to everybody, listening or watching on the YouTube 's. You can find links to everything that we've talked about in the show notes, Tim's blog forward slash podcast. And until next time be safe, do not take meth for fun. Follow professional advice with anything medically related and live the examined life just because it is self help. Doesn't mean it can't help you. So I'll leave with that.

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"tim dot" Discussed on The Kevin Rose Show

The Kevin Rose Show

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"tim dot" Discussed on The Kevin Rose Show

"Everybody Kevin rose here. This is not a normal episode of the Kenro show. This is something called random show which have been doing for a long time with my buddy Tim Ferriss. We finally had a chance to get back together. Unfortunately, it was remotely. It was an impersonal, but it was still a lot of fun. So this is a show where we talk about all the random things that were up to into. I hope you enjoy it. Hello, boys and girls mug, wind gremlins. This is Tim Ferriss. If you're looking for perhaps some type of highbrow intellectual long form conversation. You might want to go to Tim dot log fort slash podcast for one of my other long form in. Those don't sell it. Short dude, come on. Hold on Kevin have introduced yet. But for those of you who enjoy the, the random helter skelter is a right word. I think it is nature. Well, I'm going to run with it of the random show which we haven't had an episode of for very, very long time in this conversation between yours, truly, and my good friend, Kevin, rose guest number one on the Tim Ferriss show. That's true. You were guest number one, the very first episode of the Tim Ferriss show, and actually that the my linked in bio now. Claim to fame, it's in your Google plus bio. We have not done random show for a long time, but I'll let you do if you want to do an introduction of the rent. I don't think we need to even know what episode Ron, like for those of you have heard the random show before. I think we've done probably if I had to guess it's maybe twenty five episodes, something like that twenty five episodes. So we're episode twenty-seven. Let's call it episode twenty-seven and Kevin for people who don't know you, what's your story? What would you like people to know about you? What's the speaker by over Zhen of Kevin rose? I don't even know these days. No, seriously. I would say that I've been a longtime internet entrepreneur, probably best known for creating these social news website dig back in two thousand four that grew to become a pretty big entity for a number of years. And then I was at Google as an investor. And now mitt true ventures as an investor, Tim United, probably co-invested and maybe a dozen or so angels. Yeah, at least Facebook together. I think Twitter together Twitter together, bluebottle. Coffee other job bunch of them side. Note, you remember how ridiculed we all were when the consortium of techies and non tech, he's invested in blue bottle coffee dearer how much shit we got on the internet for the absolutely like why would bluebottle need to raise money, Ian, but it's done. Okay. Had it had a great exit here just about a month ago. It has done. All right. It was a majority stake acquisition by Nestle for seven hundred million or so. So it worked out. So you've done very well as an investor. You are obsessed with many things Japanese you, you have a new obsession. It seems every few weeks. And do you have anything new to add? Actually, you know what I want. I want to hear about the fast mimicking diet because this something I thought I would have put money on. You never sticking with the fast moving diet and maybe can explain for people what that, but you've actually now done a number of scheduled five day yet. That's that's my. MD. So I'll start back by saying that probably the reason why Tim, you and I are friends. I met you when you were launching your first book on your boat party that you did. You rented as a worship at the San Francisco Bay and the SS Jeremiah, where they recorded a lot of the boiler room audio for the James Cameron movie Titanic. Crazy. In fact, it's awesome. But yeah, we hit it off because we both love all kinds of idea of lifelong learning, I think has been a theme that you and I both enjoy. And you know, I've certainly got really into biohacking in the last couple years I've watched from afar. You poke and prod yourself and squirt all kinds of different juices out of your elbow..

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"tim dot" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

The Kevin and Ryan Show

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"tim dot" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

"Everybody Kevin rose here. This is not a normal episode of the Kenro show. This is something called random show which have been doing for a long time with my buddy Tim Ferriss. We finally had a chance to get back together. Unfortunately, it was remotely. It was an impersonal, but it was still a lot of fun. So this is a show where we talk about all the random things that were up to into. I hope you enjoy it. Hello, boys and girls mug, wind gremlins. This is Tim Ferriss. If you're looking for perhaps some type of highbrow intellectual long form conversation. You might want to go to Tim dot log fort slash podcast for one of my other long form in. Those don't sell it. Short dude, come on. Hold on Kevin have introduced yet. But for those of you who enjoy the, the random helter skelter is a right word. I think it is nature. Well, I'm going to run with it of the random show which we haven't had an episode of for very, very long time in this conversation between yours, truly, and my good friend, Kevin, rose guest number one on the Tim Ferriss show. That's true. You were guest number one, the very first episode of the Tim Ferriss show, and actually that the my linked in bio now. Claim to fame, it's in your Google plus bio. We have not done random show for a long time, but I'll let you do if you want to do an introduction of the rent. I don't think we need to even know what episode Ron, like for those of you have heard the random show before. I think we've done probably if I had to guess it's maybe twenty five episodes, something like that twenty five episodes. So we're episode twenty-seven. Let's call it episode twenty-seven and Kevin for people who don't know you, what's your story? What would you like people to know about you? What's the speaker by over Zhen of Kevin rose? I don't even know these days. No, seriously. I would say that I've been a longtime internet entrepreneur, probably best known for creating these social news website dig back in two thousand four that grew to become a pretty big entity for a number of years. And then I was at Google as an investor. And now mitt true ventures as an investor, Tim United, probably co-invested and maybe a dozen or so angels. Yeah, at least Facebook together. I think Twitter together Twitter together, bluebottle. Coffee other job bunch of them side. Note, you remember how ridiculed we all were when the consortium of techies and non tech, he's invested in blue bottle coffee dearer how much shit we got on the internet for the absolutely like why would bluebottle need to raise money, Ian, but it's done. Okay. Had it had a great exit here just about a month ago. It has done. All right. It was a majority stake acquisition by Nestle for seven hundred million or so. So it worked out. So you've done very well as an investor. You are obsessed with many things Japanese you, you have a new obsession. It seems every few weeks. And do you have anything new to add? Actually, you know what I want. I want to hear about the fast mimicking diet because this something I thought I would have put money on. You never sticking with the fast moving diet and maybe can explain for people what that, but you've actually now done a number of scheduled five day yet. That's that's my. MD. So I'll start back by saying that probably the reason why Tim, you and I are friends. I met you when you were launching your first book on your boat party that you did. You rented as a worship at the San Francisco Bay and the SS Jeremiah, where they recorded a lot of the boiler room audio for the James Cameron movie Titanic. Crazy. In fact, it's awesome. But yeah, we hit it off because we both love all kinds of idea of lifelong learning, I think has been a theme that you and I both enjoy. And you know, I've certainly got really into biohacking in the last couple years I've watched from afar. You poke and prod yourself and squirt all kinds of different juices out of your elbow..

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"tim dot" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"tim dot" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"Great. And all all include chairs, maybe free restoration. The Palero watch. When you all will include all that show notes for people listening, you'll be able to find all of that at Tim dot log Ford slash podcast, just search Jason and he'll pop right up and you can find all these links and more as well as every other upset and Jason at some point, maybe we'll do around two and it'd be lovely to see in person sometime. Yeah, you're down where you now. I'm in Austin, Texas. Okay. You're not. Okay. Well, at some point we'll run due to other again, but I love to do it again and if we wanted to impersonate even better. So let me know I'm around definitely. Yep. Austin, Texas. It's the third coast as they say, Chicago. Every every very coast. Yeah, tastic water to be coast. At least we have lakes. We do have some creeks. We're not river entirely dry. There are rivers, so we do. We do have that. To be continued and to everyone out there on the interwebs and beyond as always thank you for listening fee safe or not, and pay attention to what's under your feet until listen. Hey, guys. This is Tim against a few more things before you take off number one. This is five bullet Friday. Do you want to get a short Email from me? Would you enjoy getting short Email from every Friday that provides a little more soul of fun before the weekend and five Fridays? Very short Email where I share the coolest things. I've found that I've been pondering over the week that could include favorite new albums that I've discovered could include gizmos and gadgets, and all sorts of weird shit that somehow dug up in the the world of the Esa teric as I do if could include favorite articles that I've read and that I've shared with my close friends for instance, and it's very short. It's just a little tiny bite of goodness before you head off for the weekend. So if you want.

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"tim dot" Discussed on Remso Republic

Remso Republic

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"tim dot" Discussed on Remso Republic

"Luck horrors our help there appeared man i tell you get bad that's like the both contact i've had with hunger for his yelling yelling at via twitter we break down the most pressing issues of our time large lead with like tight colby non not appropriately league take cold either and we get the most intelligent analysis from friends of ours like jeffrey tucker owed pulled over engine trouble and and what happened what happened uh i don't know that i don't know oh oh god seriously though we love putting on a show that both entertains in educates were growing and we'd be thrilled if you're joined us check out price podcast dot com for more that's p r e u s s podcast dot com well it's welcome back backward continue our conversation from earlier of tim dot in the state chairman of the region you'll wake party sir uh we talked a little bit in the previous segment of a show about you know what y the way parties around uh some of the stances that your party has and just from the areas that we cover from the welfare states immigration the foreign policy and even just you know understanding that there might need to be some cool compromise it it sounds like you guys are just real trump ask republicans very you know very populists republicans so to speak so why not just joined the gop well i think populace is pretty accurate i at big or other things that they looking at is not really a platform ideology as much as process you're were looking to restore representative government what we've lost in both parties is corporations having so much influence that will not necessarily getting a representative government of the papal so we're looking at you get a so so we're looking at work workers stay away from corporate money as much as we can with because there's yield saying that you know you have to get the dance with water logic and a near that has its own owned battles but but yes we're we're all about individual liberty us support for american jobs we definitely need to choose to start taken care of america we need to meet make america great i mean there's no doubt about that at three trump ask but i'm not sure uh i think that the philosophy that that weeks employ in that let's sit down and come together.

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