March 2, 2023

EP. 152 — Greatness with Lewis Howes

Author, podcaster, and former professional athlete Lewis Howes joins Jameela to discuss his mental health journey, why healing is such important work we all do, why men struggle with processing their feelings, his personal mental breakdown and how The School of Greatness was born from it, the priorities he has in a relationship, and more.
Check out Lewis’s newest book – The Greatness Mindset: Unlock the Power of Your Mind and Live Your Best Life Today – out March 7th wherever books are sold.

Follow Lewis on Instagram and Twitter @LewisHowes

 

You can find transcripts for this episode on the Earwolf website. 

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Transcript

    Jameela Intro: Hello and welcome to another episode of I Weigh with Jameela Jamil, a podcast against shame. I hope you’re well and Happy International Women’s Week. I know that this was a weird time to choose a straight white male to be on my show but I felt like it was an important choice. Because I believe that for women, men are sadly our biggest threat, at times our biggest enemy. Not all men. Not all men. Not all men, but way too many men. And I believe they can be our biggest ally and some of our great collaborators and my hope is to continue to work to bridge the gap between men and women, to seek to understand men so we can understand what’s going on with them because they are not OK. We can see that statistically in the mental health statistics, in the violent statistics towards each other. We can see that in the violence towards us. We can see that in the violence towards themselves. The suicide rates are alarming and they’re getting youn

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