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The Latticework - Memento Mori: The mental model that will change your life - Shared screen with speaker view
Blas Moros
11:58
morning/evening everyone! thank you for joining. excited to share our platform with Jon who has some powerful stories/perspective for us that I think are well worth sharing
Daniel Bristow
28:33
I went into medicine because of how amazing the human body is. I totally agree!
Blas Moros
35:26
https://www.amazon.com/Diving-Bell-Butterfly-Memoir-Death/dp/0375701214
Mathieu Verger
35:37
the movie is also beautiful
Daniel Bristow
36:51
Locked-in syndrome: due to a basilar artery stroke in the brain that causes complete paralysis while retaining the ability to blink
Blas Moros
38:48
beautiful book and ted talk
Blas Moros
38:49
https://www.ted.com/talks/jill_bolte_taylor_my_stroke_of_insight?language=en
Blas Moros
38:55
https://www.amazon.com/My-Stroke-Insight-Scientists-Personal/dp/0452295548
Txomin Zaratiegui
40:06
Wana get this app
benjamin machado
43:29
i’d love a list of the resilience stories you recommend
Txomin Zaratiegui
43:53
Me too
Daniel Bristow
44:07
Agreed
Kris Powell
44:37
“A healthy man wants a thousand things, a sick man only wants one.” Confucius.. i have this quote noted, but not sure where i pulled it from
Blas
46:31
So very impressive. So easy to say to live every day as is your last, be positive, etc. But having tools to really live life like that is powerful. Great talk. Thanks!
Daniel Bristow
47:48
The Conscious Parent: Transforming Ourselves, Empowering Our Children https://www.amazon.com/dp/1897238452/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_1FS7D2QBN84YJHNZ9717Blas mentioned the importance of taking that critical self-check before reacting. This book has been super valuable to me as I continue my parenting journey because it outlines the notion that if we are either conscious to our reactions/emotions/behaviors we are unconscious to them. This perspective has helped me really understand how to not react, but respond.
Daniel Bristow
54:03
“Whether you’re the queen or the pawn, at the end of the game all the pieces end up back in the same box.”
Randall’s iPhone
57:10
WONDERFUL STUFF!!!! Thank you Jon
Mathieu Verger
57:40
in case you don't know this method, this is great: pay someone to call you and ask you these daily questions https://www.marshallgoldsmith.com/articles/questions-that-make-a-difference-the-daily-question-process/
Blas
59:06
This should be turned into a podcast so many more people can benefit from this talk
Tejas Gutka
59:36
Totally agree. This should be shared widely
Blas Moros
59:59
if jon is open to it, we'll share this far beyond lattice
Patrick Gilly
01:01:54
Yes, this so inspiring and brilliantly shared that it would be a shame that someone out there, outside The latticework, does not get ‘saved’ by Jon’s story, insight and perspectives
Nicole Zatlyn
01:08:57
Thank you! LOVED this and grateful I got to hear your story today, it very much resonated. I will be thinking about your ideas
Blas Moros
01:11:53
caro - turn every damn page
Blas Moros
01:11:54
https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/01/28/the-secrets-of-lyndon-johnsons-archives
Lar Endersen
01:15:56
Thanks Jon and also Karthik - really appreciate your stories, and moreover, your example, and for reminding us how much life has to offer.
Tejas Gutka
01:17:43
THANK YOU!!!
Kris Powell
01:17:47
Wonderful - thank you!
elenicorbeil
01:18:04
Thank you for this!
Txomin Zaratiegui
01:18:20
What a great chat. Impossible to not feel grateful
Mike Castelijn
01:18:23
Thanks Jon and Blas for sharing this, I will wake up differently tomorrow!
Blas
01:18:25
Bravo Jon. Thank you!
Karthik Tiruvarur
01:18:52
Thank you! What a wonderful reminder of staying true to what’s important