#116 Jamie Keeling, part 1: on Stoic philosophy, our own mortality, and the strategic use of swear words.
In this episode I share a conversation I had for my previous podcast, about a year and a half ago. I spoke with Jamie Keeling, an exceptional individual and friend, on a variety of topics: from Stoic philosophy, to becoming a Tae Kwon Do world champion, to the entrepreneurial revolution.
Jamie is a successful entrepreneur, a former Tae Kwon Do world champion, and the founder of "Bulletproof" app. He is business coaching consultant, the host of "Optimise me now" podcast, he has 7 children, and he likes kicking people in the face!
This conversation is epic, and even more so because it's over 2 hours! This is the first part - the second half is on next episode #117.
* His gold medal in the Tae Kwon Do world championships - why he says it means nothing
* Why we can never "reach" success
* Stoic philosophy, "memento mori", and our own mortality
* People choose to be offended by swear words
"Keep learning. Education does not stop when you leave school."
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