MBP 11. Listen to 9 Life Lessons by Tim Minchin (narrated by Paul Averill)

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In this episode, Paul shares with us Tim Minchin’s address to the graduates of the University of Western Australia where he lists down 9 Life Lessons. These lessons are not just for the new grads, but a great tip and advice to anyone who’s going through life and adulthood in general. Listen as he shares these lessons and important notes we should all consider and apply to our lives.

Podcast Show Notes:

  • Introduction to The Man Bits Podcast
  • Today’s episode is about Tim Minchin’s address
  • Tim Minchin’s 9 Life Lessons:
    • #1 – You don’t have to have a dream
      • Be micro ambitious
    • #2 – Don’t seek happiness
    • #3 – Remember: It’s all luck
      • Empathy is intuitive
    • #4 – Exercise
    • #5 – Be hard on your opinions
      • Think critically and be intellectually vigorous
    • #6 – Be a teacher
      • Share your ideas, don’t take for granted your education
    • #7 – Define yourself by what you love
    • #8 – Respect people with less power than you
    • #9 – Don’t rush
      • You don’t need to already know what you’re going to do rest of your life
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