- Ep #339 Fitness and Nutrition Journey Interview With Jake Thomas CEO LIFE LIKE JAKE Roman Prokopchuk 49:58
I got to interview Jake Thomas.
Originally from New Orleans, Jake Thomas has a passion for personal service that stems from being a United States Marine. He has proudly leveraged that among a plethora of other experiences and hardships into a career of helping people satisfy some of the most basic human needs – health, happiness and wealth.
Jake has an affinity for physical and spiritual nutrition. By truly prioritizing his own health, he learned to manifest thoughts into reality. Put simply, the process of resculpting his mind and body saved his life. It has enabled him to lead family, friends and total strangers on similar paths. Nothing on this earth has given Jake more satisfaction than positively impacting the lives of other people.
Founded in 2017, LIFE LIKE JAKE is an elite mindset training mission that puts candidates through a rigorous unplugging process to rewire their thought matrices and understandings of the world as they see it, and of life itself. Doing so produces autonomous beings who are principle based and purpose driven, able to harness the power of the Universe to enact the change in their lives they so deeply desire.
The LIFE LIKE JAKE ethos is pillared on leadership, personal growth and development, radical candor and extreme accountability. It hails from military ideology, careers in professional athletics and multi-faceted entrepreneurship, historical and contemporary philosophy, and decades spent insatiably consuming drugs, alcohol, pleasurable company and material things.
We spoke about:
7:00 Easy is subjective.
22:30 Having extreme ownership.
38:20 Carnivore diet.
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