Today, we’re going to see how Tim Ferriss doesn’t ask questions like most other people, not just to his podcast guests, but to himself. This is how he can examine an idea or a process from every possible angle, to find a way to improve it.
Tim Ferriss is not a man you can easily define. You might know him as one of the main Angel Investors in technology. Or perhaps you read one of his many best-selling self-help books. And let’s not forget about his hugely popular podcast: The Tim Ferriss Show.
Tim’s real success started with BrainQUICKEN, an online supplements company which he had for nine years before selling it off. But it was the process of running the company that gave Tim the experience to find new ways to look at productivity. He often calls himself a human guinea pig and he drastically altered the way he worked over the years.
To learn more about the type of questions Tim asks watch the whole video.
Let me know in the comments – what’s an absurd question you’ve been asked, and what was your response?
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