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The 7 Best Tim Ferriss Podcasts | Podcast Recommendations

Best Entrepreneur Podcasts & Major Contributor To Tim Ferriss Net Worth

Tim Ferriss – a mentor of mine – is credited with success across so many domains. Without mentioning his other pursuits, Tim’s success via his podcast alone is a lifetime achievement.

The value shared via Tim’s guests are sometimes in equal worth to university degrees in their own right. From Charles Tims to Tony Robbins and not to mention Arnold Schwarzenneger the guests are special.

1 | Naval Ravikant – Episode 136

“Anger is a hot coal you hold in your hand waiting to throw it at somebody else”

Tim Feriss Naval Ravikant

Naval Ravikant is the founder of Angel List and one of Silicon Valleys most prolific venture capitalists but none of that need be spoken of. Mr Ravikant – like in most of his interviews – extremely enlightening and clear with his speech. The value in this podcast is such that you are completely justified in re-listening multiple times and you can be guaranteed you will pick up something new.

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2 | Tony Robbins – Episode 178

“If you do what you’ve always done, you’ll get what you’ve always gotten”

Tim Ferriss Tony Robbins

Tony Robbins is a high-performance coach and world-famous for training some of the most well-known people on this planet. You may have heard Tony before but unlikely to have heard originality from his such as this. Tim does an excellent job and routing a different path for this interview.

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Cheers for reading through to the end you legend!

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3 | Peter Attia – Episode 50

“There is no prison like the one between your ears”

Tim Ferriss Peter Attia

Peter Attia is excellent, he hosts his own show called the Peter Attia Drive on which he shares with us outstanding interviews in their own right. I mention some of them on my post Ongoing List of Memorable Podcasts. This episode speaks of human longevity which is Peter’s primary interest. A plus is that Peter and Tim are friends so the podcast has a casual feel to it.

4 | Alain De Botton – Episode 118

“It’s clear to me that there is no good reason for many philosophy books to sound as complicated as they do”

tim ferriss alain de botton

Alain De Botton is the founder of the incredible youtube channel, School Of Life. He is a modern day philosopher and incredible help to thousands the world over. Although his works are well known the man himself is not. Credit to Tim Ferriss for bringing Alain on. It is a testament to Tim’s own research capacity and expansive interests.

5 | Terry Crews – Episode 287

“Guilt is a far more powerful motivator than shame”

Tim Ferriss Terry Crews

Terry Crews has so many layers to him. On this episode Tim, in front of a live audience, does a marvellous job at letting Terry share his philosophy and personality flow. He has an overflow of charisma and is clearly at his core a creative guy. This, despite the fact that he is from the exterior solely an athlete. That complexity makes this podcast so memorable and so great.

6 | Charles Poliquin – Episode 198

“Strength is gained in the ranged it’s trained”

Tim Ferriss Charles Poliquin

Charles Poliquin is a strength and fitness expert. This episode is an amazing deep dive into testosterone, nutrition and fitness. If you have even a partial interest in any of those three, then you must do yourself a favour and ingest this episode.

7 | Rolf Potts – Episode 41 & 42

“People travel to faraway places to watch, in fascination, the kind of people they ignore at home”

Rolf Potts is the author of the cult travel book, Vagabonding. This is a terminology Rolf coined himself to define long-form travel. Tim has spent significant time himself Vagabonding and even before I had heard this episode or of Rolf Potts I realised I had been Vagabonding for years myself. I wrote a piece on Tim Ferris Vagabonding experience here.

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