Tim Ferriss is a beacon of productivity. The podcaster and best-selling author of the 4-Hour Work Week preaches the gospel of designing your life for peak performance. His morning routine is finely tuned. He mono-tasks. He is a master delegator. He gets it done. But even Tim Ferriss has […]But even Tim Ferriss has crap days. Crap weeks even. Crap months.
Just like the rest of us, Tim Ferriss is a mere human. When everything — also known as life — happens at once, even he gets frustrated. His routine gets thrown out of whack.
“During these periods of fire fighting, I get fidgety and frustrated,” Ferriss wrote on his blog. “I feel like I’m treading water, and patience wears thin, especially with myself.”
An aerial view of Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego. Photo by Erik Jepsen/University Communications. The...