May 16 • 2HR 52M

TIKI Talk Ep. 15! N. Warren Steury! 3 Hours!

Episode 15 is a doozy.

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Episode 15 is a big one. Joining us for this marathon is N. Warren Steury.

Nicholas Warren Steury is a diversified organizer & creator throughout a number of fields. He is the founder of Quality Car Buyers which is an automotive service that takes the hassle out of selling a used car, founder of The Acacia Society, which gathers like-minded individuals to discuss philosophy and other meaningful topics, independent self-publisher of two books, and a participant in a number of other community-oriented projects in and out of Nashville, TN. His creative insights drive his ambition.

I lifted that straight from his website, which you should check out if you’re interested. I came across Warren digitally via LinkedIn (as seems to be the case with many Nashvillians) and was interested in his perspective. We exchanged a few messages and on Thursday he was able to stop by.

What resulted is the longest podcast I’ve done, clocking in just short of three hours.

I jotted down some of the talking points after listening back to it, so if you’re interested in any of the below, give it a listen (but we won’t get mad if you skip around).

Mystical experiences, going against the norm, human potential, purpose and meaning, death and rebirth, lineage and ancestry, past lives, childlike innocence and wonder, “mirror experiences”, letting go, the “Derp Goblin”, the art of writing, delayed gratification, the good and bad parts of tech, the art of memory, data and value systems, masculinity and femininity, nature, architecture, beauty, dreams…

Phew.

Follow Warren on Instagram here.

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