Summary, Analysis & Review of Timothy Ferriss's Tools of Titans

By: Eureka
Narrated by: Dwight Equitz
Length: 23 mins
Categories: Business, Leadership
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Publisher's Summary

Please note: This is a companion to the book and not the original book.

Tools of Titans: The Tactics, Routines, and Habits of Billionaires, Icons, and World-Class Performers is a compilation of selected interviews conducted by author Tim Ferriss on his podcast, The Tim Ferriss Show. The book contains some of the most noteworthy excerpts of these interviews, interspersed with musings by Ferriss himself, as well as context surrounding what he considers to be the most exemplary quotations.

Ferriss describes his process toward self-enrichment as one that requires him to keep volumes of notebooks on his life and workout regimes. Many of these notebooks contain his thoughts on the interviews he's conducted over the years. Although he originally intended to keep these notebooks to himself, he realized that they might be of value to his readers and compiled some of his thoughts on his favorite interviews into a single text, along with the text of selected interviews.

This companion to Tools of Titans includes:

  • Overview of the book
  • Important people
  • Key takeaways
  • Analysis of key takeaways
  • And much more!

©2017 Eureka Books (P)2017 Eureka Books

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Waste of a credit!

To call this a "summary" is an understatement. Very little information contained within. Reading a single long paragraph would convey the same information. The full book is probably fine. What a waste of a credit!

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