In this episode I am joined by Tim Ferriss. We discuss how Tim wrestled Charles Best (CEO of DonorsChoose), Tim’s terrible high school counselor, the importance of higher education, the importance of dabbling in many different fields, trying new things, productivity, flow states, and meditation.
In Office Hours I am joined by Shane Greenup from Rbutr. Rbutr is a community driven system which maps links between webpages where the content of one page is a critical response to the other. He wrote in inquiring how to break out of his early adopters.
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