welcome to another episode of The Tim Ferris ShowIt’s my job to deconstruct world-class performers to bring out routines, habits, etc. that can be applied to your own life.
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Dr. Andrew Huberman: 00:03:11
Dr. Peter Attia: 00:13:59
Matt Mochary: 00:17:13
David Deutsch and Naval Ravikant: 00:22:11
Michael Mauboussin: 00:28:17
Dr. Kelly Starrett: 00:34:46
Dr. Andrew Huberman — Physical and Mental Performance Fundamentals, Core Supplements, Sexual Health and Fertility, Sleep Optimization, Psychedelics, and More (#660)
Dr. Peter Attia — The Science and Art of Longevity, Protein Optimization, Alcohol Rules, Lessons from CGM Glucose Monitoring, Boosting VO2 Max, Alzheimer’s Prevention, Early Cancer Detection, How to Use DEXA Scans, Nature longevity medicine, etc. (#661)
CEO Coach Matt Mochary — live coaching with Tim, why fear and anger give bad advice, how to perform a personal energy audit, the power of accountability partners, delegation tips, strategies for hiring the right people, and more (#658)
David Deutsch and Naval Ravikant — the structure of reality, the importance of disobedience, the inevitability of artificial intelligence, finding good problems, redefining wealth, the basis of true knowledge, harnessing optimism, quantum computing, and more (#662 )
Michael Mauboussin — How great investors make decisions, harnessing the wisdom of crowds (versus madness), lessons from racehorses, and more (#659)
Dr. Kelly Starrett — The Magic of Movement and Mobility, Range of Motion Training, Breathing for Back Pain, Improving Balance and More (#664)
In case you missed it: Recap of The Tim Ferriss Show March 2023 (#666)
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