show episodes
 
Artwork

1
The Tim Ferriss Show

Tim Ferriss: Bestselling Author, Human Guinea Pig

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Weekly
 
Tim Ferriss is a self-experimenter and bestselling author, best known for The 4-Hour Workweek, which has been translated into 40+ languages. Newsweek calls him "the world's best human guinea pig," and The New York Times calls him "a cross between Jack Welch and a Buddhist monk." In this show, he deconstructs world-class performers from eclectic areas (investing, chess, pro sports, etc.), digging deep to find the tools, tactics, and tricks that listeners can use.
  continue reading
 
Bill and James go through the looking glass and down the rabbit hole as they explore the personal mythology of their deep bond around the artistry and music of Tom Waits and Kathleen Brennan. Absurd, unexpected, off the wall and under the table, this is the podcast nobody was waiting for and everyone's been dreaming about, innocently. Featuring... in the center ring: itinerant theater director, bricoleur, and Fairy Podmother, Cheryl King; writer, thespian rain dog, and Fashion Fangod, Bruce ...
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
Tim Ferriss

Tim Ferriss

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Daily+
 
Tim Ferriss has been listed as one of Fast Company’s “Most Innovative Business People”, Forbes Magazine’s “Names You Need to Know,” and is the 7th “most powerful” personality on Newsweek’s Digital 100 Power Index for 2012. He is an angel investor/advisor (Facebook, Twitter, Evernote, Uber, and 20+ more) and author of three #1 New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestsellers: The 4-Hour Workweek, The 4-Hour Body, and The 4-Hour Chef. Newsweek has called him "the world's best human guinea pi ...
  continue reading
 
5 minute summaries of The Tim Ferriss Show's podcast episodes. Get the best insights and ideas in much less time, more at owltail.com Written summaries: https://www.owltail.com/summaries/75553-the-tim-ferriss-show Other podcast summaries in Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/5-min-summaries Other podcast summaries In other apps, search 'podcast summaries'. Tim Ferriss is a self-experimenter and bestselling author, best known for The 4-Hour Workweek, which has been translated into 40+ languages. N ...
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
Limitless Potential

Vanessa Jane Patrick

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly
 
Your Potential is Limitless. Whether you actualise it or not however, is your choice. The #1 Regret of the Dying is, “I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, rather than one I felt was expected of me.” Most people settle for a life of mediocrity, never heeding the call from a deeper part of their soul that knows they have more to contribute to the world that would make a meaningful difference in the lives of others. …too afraid of the judgements, criticisms and opinions of ...
  continue reading
 
When it comes to politics, Dan Kingston is located at the intersection of fact and reason. Kingston's ideology defying political commentary is fast paced and cuts deep. Defend the U.S. Constitution Protect American citizens End endless wars Take back the debt Are you a program director for radio or SiriusXM? Dan Kingston is a free agent and open to fill in. Email: dankingstonpodcast@gmail.com to learn more.
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
Brave Space

Maddi Wilson

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly
 
Brave Space is a podcast for anyone and everyone to share their opinions on world culture and American culture. We talk about a variety of topics that deal with almost anything and everything in America and the world to learn how to be accepting of everyone and their thoughts even if we don't agree. We wanted to create a space that not only encouraged people to accept and listen to other people's ideas, but also to be brave enough to share. We'd love it if you'd join and share with us!
  continue reading
 
Loading …
show series
 
Extreme ice bathing, cuddle therapy, and ecstatic dance are just some of the wellness fads we now see everywhere on social media. Many of these practices exist on a spectrum, from the fairly harmless to possibly beneficial, and absolutely bogus. Is it possible to try them out without getting burnt?By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
  continue reading
 
You play on a mixed netball team with your best friend and her sister, who is also a friend. They often fight with each other. During a recent match things got heated and your best friend stormed off afterwards. She's been cold with you ever since. How can you navigate these sibling dynamics?By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
  continue reading
 
Dr Matt Calkins Dr Matt Calkins is the husband of Dr Laura Buchanan and new father to James. Matt is a board certified family medicine doctor and has sat for his obesity medicine boards. He runs a metabolic health clinic where he uses a low carbohydrate ketogenic diet approach to treat numerous conditions. Matt also is a Metabolic Health Practition…
  continue reading
 
Philosophy and ethics may seem like archaic disciplines, but, for ethics’ scholars like Maura Pierlot, they’re the perfect antidote to the chaos of the modern world. When Maura began reading ethical texts, she found a moral compass that’s guided her throughout her life. And she believes you’re never too young to learn the art.…
  continue reading
 
Ten per cent of Australians don’t eat gluten, but doctors say they may not need to be completely cutting it out. Meanwhile, 80 per cent of those with coeliac disease don’t know they have it. Gastroenterologist Dr Jason Tye-Din says part of the reason for the mismatch of symptoms and treatment is a medical culture not listening to patient needs. So,…
  continue reading
 
Some health conditions, like menstruation and menopause, affect only women or those born female, with others impacting women disproportionately. Aside from being painful and debilitating, this can result in reduced workplace participation. Unions and other bodies are calling for specific types of leave for things like menstruation and menopause, bu…
  continue reading
 
Claire Hughes Johnson currently serves as a corporate officer and advisor for Stripe, a global technology company that builds economic infrastructure for the Internet. Claire previously served as Stripe’s chief operating officer from 2014 to 2021, helping grow the company from fewer than 200 employees to more than 6,000. Her book is Scaling People:…
  continue reading
 
With the cost of living remaining way too high, many are looking to cook affordable yet healthy food. Cook to Connect, a program based out of a library in Melbourne, brings together locals from a range of backgrounds, including new arrivals, the elderly, and those at risk of homelessness, to cook thrifty and tasty meals. Along the way, new skills a…
  continue reading
 
Prison visits from relatives have proven to have a positive effect on the prisoner, both in jail and upon release. Keeping these connections may hold the key to seeing those incarcerated become less likely to reoffend in the future. But the visiting process can be fraught according to research from LaTrobe University school of Criminology.…
  continue reading
 
Whether it's the supermarkets or the airlines, mobile phones or bank accounts, many of Australia's key industries are dominated by a few major players. And a recent report by the former ACCC chair Alan Fels claims that rising prices have been caused, not just by inflation, but also by companies with too much market power using that position to incr…
  continue reading
 
Why do some fruits become part of a country's food culture, while others fall by the wayside? Kate Evans grew up in New Zealand feasting under laden feijoa trees. As an adult she set out to find out how the fruit made its way there from South America, and what a transplanted tree could teach her about belonging to a place.…
  continue reading
 
Gym memberships soar at the turn of the year as people look to transform their health, but, as the months pass, many go unused, costing us an estimated $2.4 billion in fees annually. We look at your rights when it comes to gym memberships, how to identify unfair contracts and get out of them, as well as some tips on getting the exercise you need, w…
  continue reading
 
A Sunday drop-in, a catch up with a friend that continues for hours: for many of us, it's happening less often these days. While casual socialising, without a particular productive purpose, is supposedly on the decline, loneliness is on the rise. Shiela Liming and Michelle Lim explore the causes of our diminishing 'social fitness' and how to reclai…
  continue reading
 
Are you hip? Or broken down on the ice? Once again, the Dream Regime gathers and this time out comes cautionary tales full of speed bumps from hell, jewel saws run amuck, falling past windows onto flagstone and a little saggy skin broken elbows, dude. We're talkin wall to wall stories with a bit of the blarney digression to relieve the pain, this i…
  continue reading
 
Your son is going on a trip backpacking around Europe. Your brother (his uncle) lives there and you asked if your son could stay for a few nights. Your brother is not keen. You really want your son and brother to spend time together, but your brother's living space is small and the couch is being occupied by another. Is it fair of him to say no, or…
  continue reading
 
Looking for love can be a challenge, especially if you haven't been on the "market" for a while. Life Matters Hilary Harper has been documenting and sharing her own foray into the world of online dating after 50 in the audio series — Dated. If you've tried online dating in mid life, particularly if you found yourself newly single after a long time …
  continue reading
 
This episode is brought to you by 5-Bullet Friday, my very own email newsletter. 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…
  continue reading
 
Dr Sarah Myhill Dr Sarah Myhill qualified from the Middlesex Hospital Medical School in 1981. For the next 20 years she worked as an NHS GP and later moved into Independent Medical Practice with a special interest in CFS and ME . She practices Ecological Medicine which diagnoses mechanisms of disease with obvious implications for management. Since …
  continue reading
 
Artist Simon Normand began collecting teaspoons during lockdown, which sparked an exploration of how Australia selectively commemorates certain towns and individuals in its kitsch teaspoon art. From this, Teaspoon Colony was born: an exhibition that aims to highlight dark stories and lesser-known heroes from our past.…
  continue reading
 
Dr Kate Luckins was an in-demand sustainability commentator with stellar green credentials. But, a decade after having her first kid, she found herself exhausted, 'eco-guilty' and staring at an electricity bill double the average household. What Kate missed most was the joy of sustainable living. She realised there is a way to "do green" that doesn…
  continue reading
 
The sentencing of former principal Malka Leifer, last year, for sexual abuse was the result of a decades-long fight by the sisters Leifer abused to bring the truth to light. One of those sisters, Dassi Erlich, has now written a book about how she found the courage to speak out, even as her community did everything it could to silence her, and how s…
  continue reading
 
Cal Newport is a professor of computer science at Georgetown University, where he is also a founding member of the Center for Digital Ethics. His books have sold millions of copies and been translated into over forty languages. He is also a contributor to The New Yorker and hosts the popular Deep Questions podcast. His new book is Slow Productivity…
  continue reading
 
Once upon a time, work stayed at work and home was for partners, families, or our own sweet solitude. But now, the same tools that have given us the flexibility to work from anywhere at any time, also mean that we can feel like we're expected to work from anywhere at any time. Earlier this month, the federal government passed an amendment, negotiat…
  continue reading
 
Since asbestos was first discovered in mulch at the Rozelle Parklands in Inner West Sydney in January, more than 30 additional sites across Sydney and NSW have been identified as having mulch which contains asbestos. These include parklands, schools, shopping centres, hospitals, and transport corridors. Associate Professor Peter Franklin and John B…
  continue reading
 
While grieving a series of deaths in her close circle of family and friends, Annabel Abbs-Streets found herself in the midst of chronic, severe, insomnia. After railing against her sleeplessness, becoming increasingly frustrated, she decided upon a different tack. She became inquisitive and started exploring the mysteries of the 'night brain'. What…
  continue reading
 
Your colleagues are regularly berated by a man who lives across the road from your workplace. When they park outside his house, his rubbish isn't collected and he gets very angry and sometimes puts the full bin on the bonnet of their car. No one knows that the angry bin man is an estranged relative of yours. Do you have to tell your work colleagues…
  continue reading
 
Whether it's living an unhealthy lifestyle, a place you're tired of, an unsatisfying job, or some other aspect of your life, being in a rut can be a difficult experience. If you've ever felt stuck in life or work, Dr Amantha Imber provides some helpful tips on getting yourself back on track.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
  continue reading
 
Annica Strandberg-Schmidt Annica Strandberg-Schmidt is a sugar addiction therapist, HMA®️ certified and SUGAR ®licensed/certified by Bitten Jonsson. She is an author, instructor in Conscious Breathing, certified in Relapse Prevention Therapy by Cenaps Corporation and has a YouTube channel where you can find inspiration and knowledge. Annica is a tu…
  continue reading
 
By 2050, superbugs are predicted to become the second biggest cause of human death, after heart disease. But a new treatment called phage therapy, which involves injecting the superbug with trillions of viruses, is being developed by Australian researchers. And, they've just embarked on their first human trial. Could this experimental therapy save …
  continue reading
 
In school settings, a debate over whether gender impacts learning continues. Long-held assumptions that boys and girls have different brains are at the crux of the dispute. So, what does science say? Does gender impact the way we learn, or have we all fallen victim to ‘neurosexism’?By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
  continue reading
 
William Ury, cofounder of Harvard’s Program on Negotiation, is one of the world’s best-known experts on negotiation. He is coauthor of Getting to Yes, the all-time best selling negotiation book in the world; the author of one of my favorite books on negotiation (Getting Past No: Negotiating in Difficult Situations); and author of the new book: Poss…
  continue reading
 
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has just introduced new regulations to protect customers experiencing financial hardship. This comes as the industry is reviewing its self-regulatory code, the Telecommunications Consumer Protections Code. But many consumer groups argue the protections governing phone and internet consumers n…
  continue reading
 
With all the pressure to self-optimise, what we do in our leisure time can feel a lot like work. This might seem like a very modern problem, but cultural historian Witold Rybczynksi says deciding how to use our free time has been complicated since the start of human history. Witold Rybczynksi, author of Waiting for the Weekend, shares what can we l…
  continue reading
 
A family friend broke up with his wife and has moved in to your spare room, which you usually rent out to help cover your bills and the mortgage. He shows no signs of finding his own place, and now seems to be developing romantic feelings for you. Your teenaged kids are starting to wonder what's going on. How do you get him out of your spare room a…
  continue reading
 
When a big chapter in your life ends, it can be hard to accept. But it can also mean that a new beginning is just around the corner. It can be cathartic and potentially liberating to recognise that this chapter of your life is now done. So why not mark the end of this time with a ritual celebration?By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
  continue reading
 
Daniel Schulof Daniel Schulof serves as the CEO and Founder of KetoNatural Pet Foods, with a vision to establish the world’s most substantial, sincere, and forward-thinking pet food company. He is an acclaimed expert in companion animal nutrition, addressing key issues for pet owners like obesity, diabetes, and cancer. In his roles as an entreprene…
  continue reading
 
Rick Sarre is a big fan of coastlines. He takes us on a trip to beaches around the world, before landing on his favourite, much closer to home. The theme for Life In 500 Words is My Happy Place. Describe your happy place, where it is and why it's special to you, in 500 words or less. Record your My Happy Place story into your mobile phone, and emai…
  continue reading
 
Dr Rob Brander had been studying beaches in his native home of Canada for decades. Then, he came to Australia, and his mind was blown by the fun of swimming in the surf. His mind was also blown when he learned about the danger of rips. But he realised he had the knowledge to help others. Guest: Dr Rob Brander, a coastal scientist at the University …
  continue reading
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide