Tony Robbins has been one of those people who I like to dislike.
I’m all up for achieving maximum performance, however every time I’ve come across his material I’ve found it to be so overdone in that cheesy, Americanised way, that I just couldn’t bear it.
Tim Ferris, however, is a character who I follow and greatly respect.
I live in world where I don’t have enough time to do all the things I want to do, so I’m naturally interested in learning how he manages to simultaneously be a successful businessman, best-selling author, national kickboxing champion, startup investor, blogger, tango world record holder, lecturer at Princeton, breakdancer and master of an ancient Japanese horseback archery art.
When I first came across an interview in which Tim interviews Tony I was sceptical. I feared that Tony would just drone on about the importance of facing your fears and following your passions.
However, I decided to trust that I’d be able to learn something new.
I’m glad I did.
Here’s what they cover in the podcast interview:
- how people who are already the world’s top 5% of performers hit higher levels of performance
- why knowledge has zero impact on creating results
- meditation for people who hate meditation
- simple diet tweaks for maximum performance
- much more…
You can stream part 1 here.
Stream part 2 here.