This particular episode of The Tim Ferriss Radio Hour explores success, a slippery and dangerous term if ever there was one. The particular guests selected for this episode represent not only achievement, but also appreciation and a well-rounded version of what I consider to be a successful human being.
This episode features:
- CDBaby founder Derek Sivers on the importance of challenging your own definitions of success.
- Performance coach Tony Robbins on best lessons learned from working with legendary investors.
- Venture capitalist Chris Sacca on missed opportunities and the commonalities of successful people.
- Legendary investor Ray Dalio on the three things that make up a successful life.
- Virgin Group founder Sir Richard Branson on the best thing his parents taught him.
I hope you enjoy this episode of The Tim Ferriss Radio Hour!
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