I recently had the pleasure of chatting with Yannick Jacob (one of the coolest coaches around) on his new project called “Cool Intentions”. It takes a look at how art & culture influence people. Topics we covered included sampling vs. stealing, pick up artists, happiness and how to find your path in life, marketing and being different, minimalism and how to focus your mind, Ikigai, how to use alcohol as a self-development tool, how to be proactive, CREATE and have the courage to live a life you love.

Cool Intentions Background – Words From Yannick

“Welcome to my new podcast. It’s all started because I liked the ring of it, how it sounds. Cool Intentions. Possibly influenced by my youth and the similar sounding movie, but no relation. I love having meaningful conversations. And I like to get to know people at a deep level, find out what drives them, why they do the things they do, what they believe in where their passion lies. And I’m fascinated with how arts & culture – music, books, stories, paintings, exhibitions, etc. – influence our journeys and shape who we are and what we do.

I found that you get to know a person when you talk about music or books or comics or comedy they like and that it’s a brilliant, enjoyable and inspiring way to get through to their core being without getting lost in their biography or life story. Through Cool Intentions I want to introduce “cool” people, and I mean that in the broadest sense of the word: authentic, unapologetically different and sticking out from the masses.”

Original Source – With show notes, links to all content mentioned and a downloadable audio podcast version of the chat.

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