In the special episode, Tim interviews Josh Waitzkin, Ramit Sethi, and Adam Robinson. You can find a description of each of them on the podcast's page linked above or by clicking on each person's name.
Here are my notes on the episode. If you decide to listen to the podcast, be forewarned there is a fair amount of foul language.
When I was driving a truck for a living, I got to "know" the Tim Ferriss show because I liked to listen to podcasts to pass the time and keep my mind engaged. It helped keep me awake and gave me lots of interesting ideas to contemplate.
Now that I no longer drive a truck, I still listen to his podcast. I find it inspiring and challenging. He has a way of asking questions that brings out awesome responses from his guests, and his guests have such remarkable lives and experiences, you can't help but learn from and be challenged by them and their stories.
The only problem with the podcast (if you can really call it a problem) is that it can run a little long. It's usually anywhere from an hour to 3 hours...usually closer to an hour and a half, though. So if you don't have the time to listen, or you'd like to see if it's worth it for you to make the time, I put together these notes to give you a Cliff's Notes version. It will give you an idea of what I took away from the episode.
I hope you find value in my notes - I know you'll find value in the The Tim Ferriss Show.