Kane Sumabat Interview

 

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3 Biggest Takeaways

  1. It’s never too early to get disciplined.
  2. People will pressure you to fit their narrative. Don’t be afraid to blaze your own trail.
  3. It’s important to talk about what’s on your mind with others. Even strangers.

More Interesting Tidbits

  • Kane shares how to deal with unapproving parents even into your 40s.
  • How he’s actually been diagnosed with bipolar, how he binged on different drugs after a bad break up, and how he recovered from a suicide attempt.
    • Training and finding the right girl helped him get off antidepressants.
  • Kane enjoys being a troll on Instagram.
  • He discusses his psychological dependency on weed. Curing the symptom and not the cause. He goes over his attempt to cut down on smoking. He shares how his painting practice is a therapeutic outlet.
  • He discusses one of his favorite authors, Herman Hess. Explains that a book can speak to you at different times in your life. A new perspective on rereading books. Fountainhead, great gatsby
    • How The Great Gatsby helped him with his training, making a schedule.
    • How letting a book get in the way of compromise can lead to bad results – a case study of his friend.
    • How comic books inspired him to read a 1200 page book
  • His biggest influence is his father.
  • Practicing his martial arts as a bouncer on drunk people…landed him in jail.