Tim Ferriss

Tim Ferriss has been reported as a manipulative swindler. It's advised to stay away from him. Review him here on Gripeo.
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It’s always a delight watching young invigorating entrepreneurs share their experiences of how they have established themselves as successful citizens of their country. I feel this experience is worth listening to in every sense for us struggling people which actually can help us discover the long-awaited breakthrough that has been discerned for a dime. It isn’t unfortunate to encounter the fact where people have made this “sharing” a site for business. Tim Ferriss is among those ‘entrepreneurs’ who have put nothing more than dirt onto the puddle which was supposedly meant to teach people how to get better with their standards of living.

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 Before I confer the fraudulent show Tim Ferriss has been putting up for quite a long time, there is an ascertained requirement to introduce our ‘motivational’ and technological advisor to the readers to help them be aware of every minute subject connected with him. Tim Ferriss has been a part of a diversity of avocations, either primary or secondary. I shall be putting more focus on his primary versions of billets because of my involvement with Tim Ferriss due to them. Tim Ferriss has an established image of an entrepreneur in the world of 2019 where he has several 1 bestseller books which are principally based on making your standards of living better without getting indulged in a hectic 9-5 job. People have this forsaking habit of getting impressed with ‘shortcuts to prosperity. It gets really hard for them to differentiate between right and wrong; which had been the case with me. Rather than judging the environment that is being created by a certain ‘entrepreneur’ to have his books sold, we mainly concentrate on utilizing that life-hack that is being referred between the folds of lies.

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 Apart from Tim Ferriss is a renowned personality with bestselling books like ‘The 4-Hour Workweek’ and ‘the 4-Hour Body’, he has been involved with making podcasts too. His particulars involve business interviews at most which made his popularity get a boost whilst with his bestsellers. Except for these two big pillars of his success that I have found to be built on deceit and chicanery, there are several other experiences that Tim has been a part of. He has been a guest lecturer at Princeton for a while, kickboxing champion, and a Silicon Valley angel investor and has several record-holding encounters that are a part of his portfolio for quite a long time.  

With a clear introduction to Tim Ferriss and what led him to the ladder of success; I shall now be reviewing over how this all led him to the ladder of success. As I stated before, deceit had been one of the basic reasons for what we see Tim be. His bestsellers, ‘The 4-Hour Workweek’ and which was followed by ‘The 4-Hour Body’ are the basic ordeals in my life that had to do most of my connection with Tim Ferriss. I was very enthusiastic over reading the reviews and prologue of the book which instated when summarized as “a solution towards the feeling of disenchantment haunting middle-income deskbound workers.” This is to be explained with a deliberate situation which in contrast was the basic purpose of Tim all the way.

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 The timing of the release of the book had a lot of significance within itself. With the Bush administration ruling America over that time, there had been certain economic controversies that were undergoing and was potentially affecting the middle-income workers at most. This made Tim put a lot of pressure on the middle-incomed people and their standards of living. While I was trying to understand how Tim had been vaulting fraud with the help of this perception, it came to my realization of the inconsistent behaviors of such middle-incomed people. It was the fear that had been persistently used by Tim Ferriss to strengthen his objectifying theory. The 4-Hour Workweek was a clever play by Tim on the fears, frustrations, and fantasies of middle-income personalities who are constantly in search of a boost for their monetary situations. We, the people who are currently in frustration, were the bait to his success. It isn’t difficult for any of us to understand that the certain class targeted is desperately in search of freeing themselves, having their fears of survival put to an end; would affectionately get to discover the solution if it is said to be present. 

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Tim Ferriss has been a genius fraud whilst we get to judge the grounds of his books. He had particularly used every intuition of a specific person in monetary deadlock to make his reasoning strong. I see this as a resonant use of our fears onto us which spikes up our adrenaline and when conjoined with our dreams and fantasies, makes our emotions exponentially elevated. It is a one-time emotional elevation, which was particularly enough for Tim to have his sales increased.

I judged the particulars that Tim discussed and the “class struggling”, capitalist solutions he had for particulars in jeopardy as to be half-truths with no reality. The book was a complete over-exaggeration of certain points and complete fictional possibilities that had nothing to do with class strengthening. I had a chance to practice these pointers that are considered as solutions that turned out extremely vicious for my future. They had been a complete waste of time with no real grounds. They were just certain ‘icings on a cake’ that had been completely misinterpreted which only asked us to be a fraud too. When we get to have a read at the 4-Hour Body, it is the continuation of his very fraudulent conceptions. With only 28 days of body strengthening, it is merely impossible to have such transformation which Tim Ferriss particularly described in his books. With the same misconceptions as in his first book, he tried to make up a fake narrative to get more undivided attention to his work; which unfortunately made him succeed. 

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When we get to have a read at the 4-Hour Body, it is the continuation of his very fraudulent conceptions. With only 28 days of body strengthening, it is merely impossible to have such transformation which Tim Ferriss particularly described in his books. With the same misconceptions as in his first book, he tried to make up a fake narrative to get more undivided attention to his work; which unfortunately made him succeed.

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  1. Tim deals with so many topics at one time that and fails to get indepth in each of them. his weight loss theory lacks scientific approach. I am sure he himself does not follows what he preaches in “The 4-hour work week”
    Basically all methods of making quick money, loose weight rapidly is a mere scam scheme.

  2. people who sell motivation and information are all scammers and thieves or don’t realize their own bias in they’re arguments. he is a liar clown. Ferris is a liar.

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    Ferriss is good at marketing himself. Other than that the guy is a joke.

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  4. Tim Ferriss goes with several topics at one go and hence hardly anyone gets any benefit.
    People that sell you schemes to make money fast or lose weight fast are fraudsters, because such a method does not exist.
    If people going for such schemes fail to achieve the results, then the onus of failure is on them only as they can be explained that you did not PROPERLY followed it.
    In end only people like Tim laugh their way to bank…

  5. I don’t know Tim Ferriss personally, but I bought and read his 4-Hour Work Week book and he lost all credibility in my mind when he recommends using a WordPress to market/promote/sell products and services. Sure this is a great recommendation if you want your website to a) get attacked by bots rendering your site unstable and usable and b) distort all of your web analytic traffic data by allowing access by said bots

  6. The whole work of Tim Ferris seems attempt to prove himself. Over and over again, that he is not broken, he is better, he is worthy. All attention to only prove his worth.

    4 hour body is a sham book. Supplements which Tim takes are not drugs but other drugs are drugs. OK.
    Aerobics is sham, but whatever he prescribes to profit after is not. OK.

    Don’t follow Tim Ferris blindly. Guy is insecure himself. Let him find peace on his own. Don’t spoil yourself in the attempt.

  7. It’s a 100% scam. I skimmed the book and returned it to B&N for a refund. I’m a boss. Anyone that tried the low productivity and then high productivity at home scheme would absolutely get my attention and absolutely be someone I found a reason to fire within 6 months. The guy is a BS artist hawking BS to an over indulged generation of me, me, me people.

  8. having reached the stage of “full automation,” you are now working only four hours a week. You’re rich, and free to travel the world.
    He is just selling fake dreams to average American public, who are used to 9-5 jobs.

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