Yeah, I said it. Tools of Titans belongs in your Crapper, John, Biffy, whatever you want to call it. Now before you get all animated and send me a bunch of hate mail, let me explain.
Let’s start with, who is Tim Ferriss? If you don’t pay attention to what is going on around you, you probably haven’t heard of Tim. Tim is an author (duh he wrote this book I’m reviewing) a public speaker and a pretty well known podcaster. If you want to know more about him, do go to his website. http://tim.blog/ So what does this have to do with Tools of Titans? Well on that Podcast his guests have been a whole bunch of the best, most excellent, leaders in our culture. That is where the book originated.
You see, Tools of Titans isn’t a novel, or even a book with traditional chapters. It is a compilation of individual snapshots of the lifestyles of these leaders. Seriously, take a minute and think this over. The best of the best, interviewed by one of the best, distilled, organized and printed for you to read. Are you starting to get the picture?
Tools of Titans is broken down into 3 – simple sections. Part 1 – Healthy, Part 2 – Wealthy, & Part 3 – Wise. Plus there are bonus sections with super duper content that just cries to be read. And not read just once. But over, and over again.
I believe, I strongly believe, that if you buy this book. Put it in your crapper, and read one section a day, and implement one idea a day. Within one year Your life will change. Maybe you will start wearing western shirts like Chris Sacca, maybe you will get a tattoo like Whitney Cummings, or commit to working harder like Casey Neistat. Whatever it is by doing one thing out of this book everyday, how can you not make your life better? And that is the goal here, helping you make your life better.
Now, why the crapper? What else do you have to do everyday? Hmmm. Enough said. Go buy the book. In fact I’ve included a nice little link to Amazon so its REALLY easy.
PS – Also, if you haven’t already, go listen to Tim’s podcast and don’t forget to check out his other books too.
AND, if you want to keep the discussion going – comment below.
Here are the links to Tim’s books.