If you never got paid for podcasting, would the skills and relationships you developed be enough to keep you doing it? If the answer is ‘no’, I wouldn’t pull the trigger.” – Tim FerrissIn the inaugural episode of Deviate, Rolf goes meta and talks about podcasting with bestselling author and lifestyle-design guru Tim Ferriss.
In this episode, Tim answers the most up-voted questions from subscribers to 5-Bullet Friday, the free newsletter he sends out every week.In this Q&A, he reveals:His 3-5 favorite books of the past year.
Technologies and apps that have made his life easier.
How to build a new network from scratch.
His top five supplements for longevity and well-being.
LISTEN Susan Garrett (@susangarrett) is an incredible dog trainer. She has a B.Sc. in animal science, and for more than two decades has been one of the most consistently successful competitors in the sport of dog agility. Susan has been on the podium of the world and national championship events more than 50 times, winning
A forest can feel like a place of great stillness and quiet. But if you dig a little deeper, there’s a hidden world beneath your feet as busy and complicated as a city at rush hour.In this story, a dog introduces us to a strange creature that burrows beneath forests, building an underground network where
Ryan Holiday (@RyanHoliday) is a strategist and writer. He dropped out of college at 19 to apprentice under Robert Greene, author of The 48 Laws of Power, and later served as the director of marketing for American Apparel. His company, Brass Check, has advised clients like Google, TASER, and Complex, as well as many prominent
By popular demand, this is a follow-up with the amazing Derek Sivers (@sivers)!This episode can be listened to independently of Tim's first popular conversation, and he answers some of my (and your) favorite questions.Originally a professional musician and circus clown, Derek created CD Baby in 1998. It became the largest seller of independent music online,
Dan Carlin begins with his planned show about the pace of innovation and how Bill Gates argues that we should view climate change like it was an asteroid coming to destroy our planet (and collaborate with the same sense of urgency). He then interrupts his regularly scheduled podcast to speak about the recent Paris Terrorist