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Fear-Setting: The Most Valuable Exercise I Do Every Month | The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss
https://tim.blog/2017/05/15/fear-setting/

What If I:
Define | Prevent | Repair

What is the upside?

What is the cost of inaction
6 months | 1 year | 3 years
tim  ferriss  fear  setting  ted  talk  stoicism  focus  on  what  you  can  control  youtube 
december 2018 by yencarnacion
Scientific Speed Reading: How to Read 300% Faster in 20 Minutes | The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss
How much more could you get done if you completed all of your required reading in 1/3 or 1/5 the time? Increasing reading speed is a process of controlling fine motor movement—period.
Archive  reading  tim  ferriss 
november 2018 by dvand5
Apps I Use | The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss
Here are some of the apps that I use on a daily or near-daily basis.  I can’t live without them, and most are free. Evernote — My external brain, used for all note-taking, decluttering, research, and more. I normally use it 10+ times per day. So does Adam Savage of Mythbusters.
Archive  apps  tim  ferriss 
november 2018 by dvand5
The Fraud and the Four-Hour Workweek
im Ferriss was thirty years old in 2007 when he published The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich. Now, a decade later, the book has sold over a million copies and catapulted Ferriss from mere Ivy-educated tech entrepreneur to chart-topping life-hack guru and Silicon Valley angel investor. People continue to buy what Ferriss started selling ten years ago: a one-way ticket out of interminable white-collar servitude.

Lord knows how, but the elite young author had his finger on the pulse of the average middle-aged deskbound office worker, and The 4-Hour Workweek was a clever play on their fears, frustrations, and fantasies. People don’t want to languish beneath fluorescent lights, hearing only clacking keyboards, smelling only microwaved soup. People want to master a craft, get a natural tan, watch their children grow up, and visit Rome. People want to be free, and they fear that at the end of the day, despite capitalist maxims about individual choice and liberty, they aren’t.

The genius of Ferriss’s book is that it resonates with a suspicion nearly everyone harbors deep down: that it doesn’t actually have to be like this. Surely it’s not an inviolable rule that to afford a place to live in the world today or achieve financial security in old age one has to relinquish entire decades of one’s waking life to corporate control and market discipline. Must we endure miserable commutes and repetitive stress injuries fifty weeks a year in exchange for two weeks of vacation? Says who? The 4-Hour Workweek affirms people’s intuition that the rules are arbitrary, and tilted in someone else’s favor.

Starting from this valuable insight, The 4-Hour Workweek offers a solution, consisting of a litany of shortcuts — and misguided, destructive ones at that. The truth is there are no magic techniques. The reason people feel unfree is capitalism, and the only road out runs through class struggle.
Ferriss  work  Jacobin 
march 2018 by ernie.bornheimer
Tim Ferriss's advice on starting a business or podcast | Tim Ferriss - YouTube
The Blue Ocean
22 Emutable Laws Of Marketing chapter on catigories
80/20
Vagabonding
Ferriss  business  business-model  strategy  startup 
february 2018 by caseyajordan12

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