How To Stand Out with Ed Latimore on The Best Thing Podcast with Antonio Neves

Episode 42 – How To Stand Out with Ed Latimore


5 Questions To Change Your Life

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In this episode of The Best Thing podcast, Antonio talks to physicist, former professional heavyweight boxer, competitive chess player, and veteran of the U.S. Army National Guard, Ed Latimore about how to stand out.

Through his writing and speaking, millions of people have learned from Ed about stoic street-smarts, sobriety, and realizing your potential. In a powerful conversation, Ed shares why losing a boxing match on national television was the best thing to ever happen to him.

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Quick Episode Summary

  • Meet Ed
  • How Ed pushes himself
  • Being authentic and owning your opinion
  • The perks of living an interesting life
  • Never forget how bad it could be
  • The best thing for Ed
  • Ed’s last fight
  • Why Ed thinks he is successful online
  • Choosing yourself

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