In this episode, I had the opportunity to speak with fellow Canadian, Marc Champagne. Marc is the author of the book “Personal Socrates“.
We had a great conversation about how the book was created through Baron Fig’s new book imprint, and the various mental fitness practices and reflective questions that are shaping the lives of some of the most successful and brilliant thinkers in the world, both past, and present. Marc’s book is a best-seller and explores the pointed questions that stimulate our mental fitness and teach us how to direct our internal narrative to work for us, instead of against us.
During this conversation, we delved into the process of journaling, and the reasons why questioning is an essential aspect of mental fitness. It was a pleasure to have him on the program, and I’m sure listeners will enjoy the insights and wisdom he shared.
It was a productive and engaging conversation and I hope you enjoy!
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Links Worth Exploring
- Connect with Marc: Website | Instagram | LinkedIn
- Buy Marc’s book: Personal Socrates
- Listen to the Behind the Human with Marc Champagne Podcast
- Related Conversation: Tailoring Tools for Thinkers with Joey Cofone
- Related Blog Post: The Power of Intention is Fleeting
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