Tim Ferriss, Mark Hart, & Raoul Pal – Interview

Published on
February 21st, 2015
Topic
Career
Duration
57 minutes

Tim Ferriss, Mark Hart, & Raoul Pal – Interview

The Interview ·
Featuring Tim Ferriss

Published on: February 21st, 2015 • Duration: 57 minutes • Topic: Career

In his Master Class, Mark Hart mentions Tim Ferriss as a friend and lifestyle design advisor. In this three-way conversation, Raoul speaks with Mark and Tim on the currency that we should prioritize higher - time. A master of meta-learning, Tim discusses easy ways to optimize your productivity, why we confuse the goal of 'having money' with 'quality of life', and explains what happens when we re-examine our self-defined boundaries.

Comments

  • my
    markettaker y.
    26 November 2018 @ 03:27
    kind of annoying that I can't tell whether TF is a grand BS artist or overall legit....
  • SU
    Shakeel U.
    4 November 2018 @ 14:49
    Brilliant, 10/10.
  • EV
    Erik V.
    22 February 2018 @ 12:07
    I’m awaiting the 4-hour trading book... 8-12 months to learn speaking a new language is an interesting one, I’ll give that a go. It’s an otm call I guess.
  • PS
    PD S.
    4 June 2017 @ 03:21
    highly intriguing and hilarious comments. i saw tim present at the 2015 robin hood investors conference in NYC. going to try that breakfast he recommended, and man, those ice baths i just know are going to be painful, but i'll try 'em if they heighten my senses and awareness during the trading day...
  • MA
    Matt A.
    16 May 2017 @ 14:21
    I'm a regular listener of Tim's podcast. I think this was a very good interview to have on Real Vision. It shows that these small "life hacks" are beneficial for all sorts of people, including the hedge fund world. I'd like to see more interviews like this in the future.
  • HS
    Hendrik S.
    18 April 2017 @ 08:09
    Tim is teaching the world a lot, but good taste in clothing is not part of it. Martial art expert.... life hacks.... I see only a smart guy with extremely bad taste who is selling people a false sense of real insight and knowledge. Some free advise for Tim: buy some Todds and a Maffeis shirt
  • DY
    Damian Y.
    13 April 2017 @ 06:28
    Tim is really full of himself and full of shit. After 15min of listening to Tim, the master of life and the master of shit, I had to turn it off.
  • fs
    finn s.
    23 September 2016 @ 01:18
    LOL this guy is so full of shit. anyone can gain 20-30 pounds of muscle in 30 days ? anyone can memorize 1000 digits? come one man.. you're so close to having us all fooled. fucking fluff brain who loves himself way too much , can't even be humble with two much greater minds in the room.
    • MM
      Michael M.
      17 April 2017 @ 20:12
      I'm not too far off your opinion, but 30 pounds of muscle in 30 days for a novice weightlifter is absolutely possible (even standard).
  • RM
    Rainer M.
    25 July 2016 @ 17:44
    Great interview !
  • DR
    Daniel R.
    23 July 2016 @ 19:25
    Mark and Tim were great. Thanks Tim for your humility and strength of character. Tim thanks for your life hacks and hard work.
  • B
    Bojo .
    19 April 2016 @ 20:00
    Great video! Learning is very important, but unlearning even more so. To let go of beliefs, release and surrender wanting to control.. so as to come to peace of mind, the key to all.
  • AN
    Arun N.
    28 January 2016 @ 00:44
    Tim being Tim... one of the best interviews.
  • RA
    Ricardo A.
    18 January 2016 @ 08:02
    I regularly listen to Tim podcast but don't think he was at his best here, there's a lot more in him. He's also much better as interviewer
  • LB
    Lisa B.
    12 January 2016 @ 17:17
    Awesome video!
  • JN
    John N. | Contributor
    13 September 2015 @ 18:13
    One of the best interviews yet. Content filled with actionable ideas and processes to implement. I'm a big believer in appreciation and gratitude as an essential partner to desire to improve.
  • AT
    Andrew T.
    4 September 2015 @ 09:48
    Mark looks pissed halfway through
  • MA
    Melanie A.
    25 August 2015 @ 15:59
    I liked Raoul’s questions but must admit would have preferred he just interview Mark directly (his limited talk time was far more authentic and interesting although I’ll skip the nirvana showers tip).
  • BV
    Bogdan V.
    24 June 2015 @ 19:50
    Great video. I am convinced more and more that the real piece of research is yourself and not the markets. Thank you guys.
  • jS
    jurgen S.
    5 April 2015 @ 13:15
    Very thought provoking. Really enjoyed it !
  • CM
    Charlie M.
    28 February 2015 @ 17:44
    Thoroughly enjoyed this video. Slight deviation to pure investment/macro content but topics of self-improvement always welcome.
  • AE
    Andrew E.
    26 February 2015 @ 02:11
    Highly insightful, a great discussion on a topic I wouldn't usually be interested in. I can imagine a completely different interview (i.e cynical) were the mainstream to conduct something similar.
  • MB
    Mike B.
    23 February 2015 @ 02:51
    Go with Yoga!
  • JS
    Jim S.
    22 February 2015 @ 22:39
    Fantastic, thanks.
  • JH
    John H.
    22 February 2015 @ 17:57
    lots of new ideas to stimulate self inquiry. separate the message from the messenger. glad that rV is moving beyond investment ideas.
  • JS
    John S.
    22 February 2015 @ 10:22
    Interesting divergence in feedback on this discussion. Personally I thoroughly enjoyed it. Good to have variation in the type of content offered by RealVision.
  • AL
    Alex L.
    21 February 2015 @ 23:45
    Very impressed with most videos on here. Hearing Tim Ferris pontificate on "elite performance" wasn't one of them.
  • CC
    Charles C.
    21 February 2015 @ 23:36
    This is the most interesting video yet. This goes so far beyond mere investing - these are ideas for living life well, and then perhaps facilitating better investing decisions.
  • PR
    Peter R.
    21 February 2015 @ 16:35
    Sorry, I lost the will to live after 15mins. I have come across many versions of this psycho babble over the years. This sounds like the $5000 a day version. No more, please.
  • TJ
    Terry J.
    21 February 2015 @ 15:44
    Phenomenal video with so many fascinating learning points, that I will probably need to watch again several times to get all the benefits.
  • CA
    Christopher A.
    21 February 2015 @ 00:05
    Raoul, what is the watch that you are wearing?
  • KE
    Kenan E.
    20 February 2015 @ 20:51
    Wow -- so many book "recommendations" in one video... My amazon wishlist is exploding ;-)
  • JK
    Jon K.
    20 February 2015 @ 16:24
    This one didn't buzz me. But oh well. Can't win them all.
  • BB
    Bill B.
    20 February 2015 @ 16:13
    The coursera link that I missed in my earlier comment: https://www.coursera.org/learn/learning-how-to-learn
  • BB
    Bill B.
    20 February 2015 @ 16:12
    It might be interesting if you talk to Scott Young about learning the MIT computing science material in a year. http://www.scotthyoung.com/blog/mit-challenge/
  • BB
    Bill B.
    20 February 2015 @ 16:09
    The Learning How to Learn coursera course talked a lot about alternating focused and diffuse methods of learning. (dreaming, exercise)
  • Hv
    Henrik v.
    20 February 2015 @ 15:36
    Amazing video with so much for us viewers to contemplate. Would be great if we could get a recommended reading list based on this discussion. Thank you RealVisionTV
  • CC
    Christopher C.
    20 February 2015 @ 15:01
    RealVisionTV has once again taken me on a magic carpet ride to that mystical place where "sowing and reaping" occupy the same time/space. Thank You.

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