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Episode 45: Jason Caldwell on Navigating the Impossible

Jason Caldwell on The Wall Street Coach Podcast

Jason Caldwell on Navigating the Impossible

Adventure athlete and leadership coach Jason Caldwell joins Kim and Lucas to discuss his book Navigating the Impossible and his world record experiences rowing across oceans. In this interview Jason breakdown how fighting through storms, both literal and figurative, have shaped the way he approaches communication, relationships, and emotional wellbeing.

Though rowing a boat across the Atlantic Ocean is drastically different than trading equities, Jason draws the comparison of how trading and rowing can both be emotionally taxing and lead to poor decisions under acute stress. In this conversation, Jason underscores the importance of creating a detailed plan or mission statement while in a stable and neutral state of mind before setting out on any journey that will be physically, psychologically, or emotionally exhausting. 

Jason has take the lessons he’s learned firsthand to help others achieve their personal goal as a leadership coach.

 

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