Nov 23, 2020
Ours is a culture that often praises workers for keeping long hours, promoting a skewed work-life balance. Research shows that productivity drops off sharply after reaching a 50-hour workweek. With this in mind, it may be that embracing adventure and alternative lifestyles actually make for better business owners. After all, passion and an appetite for new experiences are greater motivators than hitting an arbitrary standard.
In today’s episode of the Wealth Source Creator Podcast, Raymond speaks with Jock Wishart, a maritime and polar adventurer, sportsman, and explorer. Jock leads a life marked by wild sporting accomplishments and fascinating adventures. He uses the leadership skills garnered from these experiences to make money by advising and supporting entrepreneurs or as he puts it, to “Make the impossible, possible”.
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Jock Wishart is a maritime and polar adventurer, sportsman, and explorer. He braved extreme Arctic weather in his 2011 Old Pulteney Row to the Pole, where he and a team of 5 rowed to the Magnetic North Pole. He is also known for rowing the Atlantic and setting a new world record as a leader on the Cable and Wireless Adventurer team’s circumnavigation of the globe, both in 1999. Jock splits his time adventuring with business and commerce, advising entrepreneurs, and working in sponsorship and public relations. Jack was Head of PR for the first Rugby World Cup and lives by the mantra ‘Make the impossible, possible’.