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Value Wisdom

Jason Merchey

Jason Merchey

Welcome to another episode of The LeaveBetter Podcast  where I interview high performers and business owners to glean from their wisdom and practical routines, habits, and mindsets— that you can apply to your own life.

In episode 12, we are pleased to have Jason Merchey – a philosophical thinker, social critic, author / essayist / blogger, and a student of the tradition of arts and letters.

Jason and I talk about how our values shape how we speak, how we act, and who we are as an individual. There is some valuable wisdom in choosing values that you can live with and be dedicated to. Think about your own values and the actions you take to live by those values. Enjoy!

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The transcript of this episode.

[00:01:14] Intro Jason

[00:02:37] Wisdom vs Foolish

[00:06:03] Values Among Leaders

[00:09:17] Values of the Wise

[00:11:59] Deathbed Values

[00:14:18] Complexity of Wisdom

[00:20:24] Restorative Justice

[00:24:51] Self-Sabotage and Value Systems

[00:28:12] Values Inventory

[00:31:56] Books

Jason’s Books
Values of the Wise
Wisdom: From Philosophy to Neuroscience
Jason Merchey – LinkedIn

Music by Tom Sherlock

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Music by Tom Sherlock

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