” I Change My Life at 18 Years Old ” Powerful Life Lesson ! Jay Shetty
One of Jay Shetty’s best speeches.
After meeting a monk when he was 18 , Jay started redefining success for himself. He now wanted a life of service, impact and passion as opposed to money, fame and power. After graduating with a 1st class BSc (Hons) Degree in Behavioral Science from Cass Business School, inspired to make a difference in the world, at 22 he went to live as a monk across India and Europe. He traded his suits for robes, shaved his head and lived out of a gym locker for 3 years.
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