Why optimism can be your secret superpower with Sahil Bloom (E241) Image

Why optimism can be your secret superpower with Sahil Bloom (E241)

19 February - 53 mins explicit
Podcast Series The High Performance Podcast

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This episode explores the foundational principles that have guided Sahil’s journey towards personal growth and meaningful relationships.

Sahil Bloom is an investor, entrepreneur and writer, known for his newsletter The Curiosity Chronicle. In this episode, Sahil discusses with Jake why prioritising important relationships over career-driven success has been a crucial and formative decision. Sahil expresses his belief that the beauty of relationships can be found in the struggle, through overcoming hardships with a partner, you can find a new, more deepened strength.

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