Tim Ferriss shares how to master any skill by deconstructing it | The Next Web

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  • L Fox

    L Fox

     16 hours ago

    I didn’t need his gross leg needle hose videos wtf. He’s so self-focused.

  • John Cena

    John Cena

     yesterday

    Cool

  • JEOGRAPHY Songs For Kids

    JEOGRAPHY Songs For Kids

     2 days ago

    You can't be its master if you don't beat it into submission.
    The first step in mastering anything is to do just that.
    I'm currently working on self-mastery.

  • Ashley Whispers

    Ashley Whispers

     4 days ago

    As much as I’d like to say this is a bootleg Ted talk, this guy actually has some interesting shit to say, idk to me ted talk is great but instead of packed info it’s like a paragraph of info drawn out into an hour of fluff talk, but not this.

  • Andreea Palici

    Andreea Palici

     7 days ago

    Humanity doesn't need to encrase abilities,but needs to encrase WORK PLACES,...because there are billion young poore people living in 3-rd world countries full of numerous native abilities that you, with all your tecniques,will not achieve in 2 life times,...there is not enough financial coverture on earth for all super skilled persons,and that's because some bastards elites who govern this earth whant that on purpose!So stop selling bullshit dreams to comon people without any skills, they might believe it.

  • Stone Age

    Stone Age

     7 days ago

    He seems to be super motivated. This might work for someone like that, but not everybody has that mentality, for whatever reason. I find some of his ideas a rather glib. I often wonder how many skills he's really mastered of whether he just has a very basic level of skill with most of them. For me to learn much of anything, I have to be very very interested in it first or it goes in one ear and out of the other. It barely wipes it's feet in between!


    Perhaps he really does have that level of interest in these subjects but if you learn and then don't use the skill for a long time you will get rusty very quickly. How does he maintain all of this?

  • Martin Hasson

    Martin Hasson

     7 days ago

    I used to go from A to Z
    when trying to get from
    A to B
    NOW I GO from A to B
    I'LL leave the
    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
    to the AUDIENCE 🚣🏄🏂🛀🛌

  • Mike Girard

    Mike Girard

     7 days ago

    I like this guy, he does some good in the world. But he is, at bottom, an incredibly good huckster.

  • Krystyon Young

    Krystyon Young

     14 days ago

    What is wrong with this crowd?

  • randypang93

    randypang93

     14 days ago

    180 Degrees will give you very under extracted coffee. No wonder he doesn't taste bitterness, he isn't tasting very much of the coffee at all.

  • jim rogers

    jim rogers

     14 days ago +2

    Gee I wonder if having access to one of the world's top tango dancers was helpful. So the general rule is when you want to learn something go spend lots of time with somebody like that... no problem.

  • wilson blauheuer

    wilson blauheuer

     14 days ago +2

    Can't believe I spent even one minute on a video like this

  • Emmett S.

    Emmett S.

     14 days ago

    It was nice of this audience to take the Sleepy train all way from Snoozeville.

  • Nathaniel Randall

    Nathaniel Randall

     21 days ago +2

    He obviously still snorts something. What a waste of time. Not someone who should be doing a Ted talk.

  • aaron cohenour

    aaron cohenour

     21 days ago

    Would love to meet Tim Ferriss.

  • Clarity Deal

    Clarity Deal

     21 days ago +2

    I just wasted my time watching this video...

  • XcrissRS13

    XcrissRS13

     21 days ago

    ...so basically you get things done by not doing them properly or doing something else instead. Well. Not for me, thanks.
    Not that it's not useful at all, but...

  • FoodShowFan

    FoodShowFan

     21 days ago

    He was just all over the place on topics, so it made it hard to follow, especially with his excited pace. I really love his content and want to learn more but this was a bit confusing there, Tim

  • Alejandro Caballero Salas

    Alejandro Caballero Salas

     1 months ago +1

    Many people criticising the speaker, but the topic is very interesting and the talk was very instructive.

  • Muhammad Tayyab

    Muhammad Tayyab

     1 months ago

    He just remind me the training session during The quarterly meetings in which only one awake was the speaker 😇.... damn its boring...