On this amazing episode of The Conejo Podcast we hear the story of when Jeremy was kidnapped in college. Some punks grabbed him, threw him into a car, and intended to kill him as part of a gang initiation. He thankfully escaped by jumping from the car, going 35 mph by the way, but it’s what came after that experience that moved Jeremy for the rest of his life.
He became riveted with curiosity and fascination by the fact that in the face of imminent death, he entered a state of not being afraid. Instead everything become very clear, very fast.
This curiosity led him to his life and career passion of human conflict and techniques to aid in the resolution of the many conflicts we humans have in our lives.
Not only personal individual conflicts, but interpersonal conflicts between co-workers and corporate managers.
Listen in. Amazing stuff.
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