#126 — Stand Up Philosopher — Pete Holmes
]Today’s episode is with stand up comedian, actor, and podcaster Pete Holmes. James and Pete dive into the repulsion you feel in your early life that forces you away from things that aren’t intended for you. From leaving Massachusetts at an early age to finding his voice in comedy, Pete explains the feelings he had while falling upward. He also explains the craft behind Stand Up and what tactics he uses while on stage. To conclude the episode, James and Pete talk about why you don’t need to ask for permission. You have to find the freedom within yourself.
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Book Recommendations from the Episode: Being Aware of Being Aware https://www.amazon.com/Being-Aware-Essence-Meditation/dp/1626259968
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