Into the Unknown

Into the Unknown

#7 Money versus self-worth ❘ Fedor Holz

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To what extent can you maximize your output and how much in poker is fate? What can you learn from poker when it comes to making decisions? And why is it better to focus on the things you can influence? In this episode, I'm talking to Fedor Holz, who, in his mid-20s as a professional tournament poker player, has won more than 30 million. We talk about taking risks, "seeing" the opponent, money versus self-worth, the joy of the game, but also about rejection and vulnerability.

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Do we always need a plan? What happens to our lives when we don't know the next step, the correct answer or what we feel, want or need? Can we actually know and be certain about things? And what is the benefit of the unknown?

This interview podcast brings you stories from and about people, who stepped into the unknown, stories about fear, uncertainty, the Illusion of security and ... I don't know. Let's see what it will be about.

Author: Katharina Baier
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