1 hr 13 min

Convenience is the Killer w/Udo Erasmus Wealthy Wellthy Podcast

    • Investing

My guest this week is Udo Erasmus. At a young age, Udo wanted to know how people could live in harmony, which led him to study science later in life with the desire of learning how “things” work. This then led him into biological sciences because he wanted to understand how “life and creatures” worked. That got him curious in psychology to see how “thinking and believing” works. And as a curiosity junkie, he finally studied medicine, to see how “health” works. “What I really needed to know -- that took me 30 years -- was I needed to know how “I” work.” -- Udo E.
Udo is a unique story. He grew up in war which caused him to live much of his life in fear. He was a man who was scared and dissatisfied and always looking at the glass half full. He finally realized how annoyed with himself he was. He was fed up...with himself! He then realized that what he “hated” in the city was the same thing that he hated in the woods--  it was him!
Udo is a thoughtful storyteller, you will want to listen in.

My guest this week is Udo Erasmus. At a young age, Udo wanted to know how people could live in harmony, which led him to study science later in life with the desire of learning how “things” work. This then led him into biological sciences because he wanted to understand how “life and creatures” worked. That got him curious in psychology to see how “thinking and believing” works. And as a curiosity junkie, he finally studied medicine, to see how “health” works. “What I really needed to know -- that took me 30 years -- was I needed to know how “I” work.” -- Udo E.
Udo is a unique story. He grew up in war which caused him to live much of his life in fear. He was a man who was scared and dissatisfied and always looking at the glass half full. He finally realized how annoyed with himself he was. He was fed up...with himself! He then realized that what he “hated” in the city was the same thing that he hated in the woods--  it was him!
Udo is a thoughtful storyteller, you will want to listen in.

1 hr 13 min