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Lewis Hamilton ON: EVERYTHING You've Been Taught About Success Is A LIE... | Jay Shetty

  • Жарияланды 2023 ж. 24 Нау.

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  • Cris C
    Cris C 2 ай бұрын +1963

    This is how a man talks when he has done the inner work. He is calm and inspired by his ideas and how those ideas would affect people in the best way. He has Clarity in his projects and he has learned what is really valuable in life, not many people get to that level. Also, Jay thank you for sharing your wisdom and to do the necessary questions to get the information we all need to keep growing.

    • 3lliott
      3lliott 10 күн бұрын

      He's had a tough life has the lad, i can see clearly what has driven him to that inner " work"
      I can see absolutely nothing wrong with putting him on a pedestal.
      what a joke.

    • 82SAW
      82SAW 12 күн бұрын

      Yeah ok, you obviously don’t watch racing. That man is anything but calm six days a week lol.😂

    • Soul
      Soul 12 күн бұрын

      Well....he's a capricorn...and we capricorns had hard lessons to endure since 2008 due to pluto placement. Iam happy when it's over on 2024...as a capricorn we truly had to face our darkes shadows and shed our old skin to become what we are now.......I had to too....and iam proud I have made it. Has been a long journey...

    • Pete Wick
      Pete Wick 12 күн бұрын

      @Michael Charles that felt good saying that hey!

    • Pete Wick
      Pete Wick 12 күн бұрын

      When the inner work is done you become a conservative

  • IbrisOfAmber
    IbrisOfAmber Ай бұрын +724

    As a huge F1 fan for over 25 years, I have to admit there have been some phenomenal F1 drivers over the years. What sets Lewis apart isn't the fact that he is one of the greatest drivers of all time, but that he is undoubtedly one of the greatest humanitarians that ever graced the sporting world.
    He will be loved and remembered as not just the greatest racer, but as such a beautiful soul. He is the real super hero our world needs 😊

    • Richard
      Richard 3 күн бұрын

      @Ji Boo unfortunately this kind of behaviour is part of the f1 community. I agree with you it shouldn't. It's just wierd to me that Hamilton has no friends on racetrack beside Vettel. And he failed to attend so many F1 social events in 2021 and 2022. I do like him more when he isn't winning everything. Max on the contrast has lost some of my respect in the past year while winning everything (not that anyone gives a sh*t)
      I think there is a pattern lol. GG

    • Java Joe_Gaming
      Java Joe_Gaming 9 күн бұрын

      @Papi's Home does being black make you slower or something? If you have skill you have skill color has nothing do do with his accolades.

    • FKMusic
      FKMusic 11 күн бұрын


  • No Centss
    No Centss 2 ай бұрын +654

    Some of my favorite Key Points in this podcast:
    • Using your platform as a service
    • Believing in yourself
    • Being a positive light
    • Be yourself
    • Diversity
    • Representation on a bigger platform to inspire the youth
    • Living a happier life being open (not living in fear)
    • Overcoming fear
    • Create Content that inspires the youth (everyone)
    • Lazer focus
    • Setting intentions daily
    • Moving with purpose
    • Always a student (Always learning)
    • Declutter your life
    • Emotional Mastery
    Thank you guys! Definitely going to share!

    • No Centss
      No Centss 6 күн бұрын

      @LGizzy no problem 😁

    • LGizzy
      LGizzy 6 күн бұрын +1

      Thank you

    • SUP richie
      SUP richie 11 күн бұрын


    • mark doubleu
      mark doubleu 15 күн бұрын

      Not asking Lewis about his parents buying his cars/seats/programs is like not asking Lando about his parents loaning Mclaren 120MM so he can drive in F1.

  • Candice Thomas
    Candice Thomas 2 ай бұрын +234

    Lewis is such a HUGE inspiration. What a great, on purpose human being 🙂. Jay, thanks for being the vessel through which this masterpiece flowed.

  • Johnny Jawbone
    Johnny Jawbone Ай бұрын +22

    Such a humble guy considering the prestige he has earned. You can imagine how he could have taken a different path and become bitter. That takes character. A true champion.

    • F1 SCR 007
      F1 SCR 007 10 күн бұрын

      @But this one goes to eleven! Peon. Wow so brave with your words hiding behind a screen.
      A pizza is cooked round packed in a square box and eaten in triangles. Once you figure that out come talk to me man to man.

    • But this one goes to eleven!
      But this one goes to eleven! 10 күн бұрын

      @F1 SCR 007 Another DtS cluleless peon has entered the chat. "He turned in on me!"....Can't even best George, now Merc's no 2 driver.

    • F1 SCR 007
      F1 SCR 007 Ай бұрын +1

      @md Copse 100% you are correct he does not take his team mate or charles out, he will shit on them and cry like a little baby and say things like
      "because i have my reasons"
      Max only tries to take Lewis out. Why could that be, go figure

  • Cesar Villegas
    Cesar Villegas 2 ай бұрын +528

    Man this guy is truly an inspiration, his calm energy and kind words are remarkable. I’m already a Lewis Hamilton F1 fan and listening to this podcast was refreshing. I think his level of compassion, integrity and outlook on life is truly amazing. #teamLH

    • Nazri Buang
      Nazri Buang 8 күн бұрын

      Lies again? How to write success?

    • global jobs
      global jobs Ай бұрын

      @gido Even if we are,it doesn't take away from our greatness🙂

    • Black Girls Rock
      Black Girls Rock Ай бұрын +1

      Standing ovation!💯 Well said! Lewis is a king!

  • Elizabeth Sage
    Elizabeth Sage 2 ай бұрын +240

    It all start with a good foundation. Congratulations to all who are doing big things today because they had good parents or Mentors to help them start right. And to all who had no inspiration or exposure to discovering your talents, there's still hope.

  • Jesh Anew
    Jesh Anew Ай бұрын +80

    I've known this man all my life and what you saw here is what you get. Man's humble, inspiring, grateful and radiates love and positivity. That being said like he said he wasn't always like this. His values weren't always this purpose driven. It just goes to show all of us are capable of change and greatness! Let's get em in 2023 champ! #LH44 #StillWeRise

  • Lance Alex
    Lance Alex Ай бұрын +22

    In terms of Lewis's mentality, that is where he excels over the vast majority or his peers. How he publicly breaks himself down after a bad race or qually but then comes back the next session or race almost without fail, is something only a very small percent of us humans can do so consistently. Amazing and inspiring.

  • sam
    sam 2 ай бұрын +152

    I love how calm and soft spoken he is ! Love to our champ 💜

  • Giovanna Kulisky
    Giovanna Kulisky Ай бұрын +27

    The weight that each word he speaks has, and how much of the same he could be and is not, he is part of something much bigger and it is impossible not to notice the incredible human being he is. Very proud to be your fan, Lewis.

    SCREENSHIP 2 ай бұрын +378

    Being a KZclipr myself, I understand how much life can feel like a race... I got chills at 19:55 when he said "I'm fighting for something far greater than winning a race." That sums up pretty much how our whole life should be defined. Sure, the 'race' and making INDIVIDUAL progress is important, but impacting others is the most valuable currency of all. Hats off to both men for making this a stellar episode. 🔥

    • Dan Hurley
      Dan Hurley Ай бұрын

      Yes I think he ment the championship 😄

    • Mo Bacchus
      Mo Bacchus Ай бұрын

      @erpaderpa only when love yourself can you love others. Only when you Seek excellence in yourself can you inspire others. I'm sorry that there is nothing he says inspires you not be him, but to be the best you can be. You can have money and fame and not be truly successful or excellent and you less and inspire generations like: Nelson Mandela, Mother Teresa, Malcom X, Martin Luther King and Jesus Christ. You can have both fame and fortune and use your fame to encourage people to empower themselves. So I don't care that he serves himself too as long as it is not harming anyone. But the facts are in black and white how he gives back and serves as a member of society used his gift that grafted for and didn't give up on.

    • Mo Bacchus
      Mo Bacchus Ай бұрын +1

      @It's Unbelievable so right.

    • Sam Simmons
      Sam Simmons Ай бұрын

      Keep pushing & never give up, sadly nobody cares about the process, only the progress so keep pushing

  • Silvana
    Silvana 2 ай бұрын +85

    What a beautiful human being. Lewis's story brought tears to my eyes because I share those same experiences growing up. What a breath of fresh air to see humilry and grace coming from the world's greatest driver of all time. Thank you for sharing.

  • Sarthak Paik
    Sarthak Paik 11 күн бұрын +3

    i did have the good fortune of seeing him about 3ft away from me at my school in kolkata, india.
    he exudes an aura of a gentle soul and to see him balance that with his flip side that’s taken him to the pinnacle of f1 (which i personally consider to be one of the most, if not the most taxing sport on an athlete) is mind blowing.
    goated and definitely a personal inspiration. more power to you sir lewis!

  • Penny Rousaki
    Penny Rousaki Ай бұрын +17

    Such an inspiration! Lewis is truly my hero. I never had to face what he faced. I don’t know if I could make it through the way he did! I feel very blessed that I witnessed his journey in my generation ❤

  • Anna B
    Anna B 2 ай бұрын +77

    I love how Lewis is now in a position to inspire others, especially kids, through the clarity of his own example. There is so much good we can do in this world once each of us heals old wounds and traumas within. 💕💕💕 Thank you Jay for inviting such an amazing people to your podcasts! Its been a pleasure to listen to those beautiful and inspiring messages.

    • TheRealQuaid1
      TheRealQuaid1 Ай бұрын

      Hopefully he will inspire his best mate Brad Pitt to not abuse his wife and kids

  • C J
    C J Ай бұрын +14

    Leaders follow a cause and not trends and to empower other people, you have to embody the value yourself. Wow amazing podcast, SLH is truly a unique individual. Thanks Jay for this podcast.

  • Heidi Miller
    Heidi Miller 2 ай бұрын +50

    I have been a HUGE Lewis Hamilton fan for many years, He is truly an amazing man and one filled with love and compassion.

    • TheRealQuaid1
      TheRealQuaid1 Ай бұрын

      Just a shame that love and compassion extends to the wife and child abusing Brad Pitt

    • Not-even -German
      Not-even -German Ай бұрын

      Capricorn vibees♑ yeppp GOAT

  • Philipp Sorgatz
    Philipp Sorgatz 2 ай бұрын +66

    I had goosebumps the whole time. Lewis is such an amazing person!

    • Milton Cramer
      Milton Cramer Ай бұрын

      Yeah what prize guy! Hallelujah

    • TheRealQuaid1
      TheRealQuaid1 Ай бұрын +1

      So amazing, I love his support for his friend Brad Pitt

    • Hayley Jane
      Hayley Jane Ай бұрын +2


  • Vivien B
    Vivien B 15 күн бұрын +6

    I’m always inspired by Lewis’ kindness, compassion, calmness, positivity and belief in oneself. His greatness is beyond f1 racing.

  • Dive
    Dive Ай бұрын +8

    I love how detailed he is in his answers. He goes in dept and makes sure to give context and explanation to everything he says. You see in the fast five segment haha where he didn't give a simple answer to any questions. And Jay letting him go to the end of his ideas makes it an amazing interview!

  • Cinthia Duarte
    Cinthia Duarte 2 ай бұрын +78

    Que podcast incrível, a energia de Lewis é tão leve, e fiquei emocionada quando ele disse "Estou lutando por algo muito maior do que vencer uma corrida."

    • Rikhartpt
      Rikhartpt Ай бұрын

      Tem uma energia especialmente leve quando tenta assassinar colegas em pista.

    • Luiz Paulo Ramos
      Luiz Paulo Ramos Ай бұрын +2


  • Marianne
    Marianne Ай бұрын +11

    From my life experience (just retired), I learned that if you don't act, think, look like other people or even get dressed like the majority you get problems and criticisms. So the only way is to keep your head up and faith in yourself and go on.
    Congratulations for the podcast and to Lewis 💜💛 to be such an inspiration. Keep your positive mindset and good luck for your future.

  • Genevra Jean
    Genevra Jean 2 ай бұрын +36

    Is it just me or does anyone else agree his voice is incredibly calming 😌

    • simran kaur
      simran kaur 21 күн бұрын

      Yup you are right genevra
      His voice is very calm

    • Haydog GG
      Haydog GG Ай бұрын


  • Shiekh Mass Jallow
    Shiekh Mass Jallow 2 ай бұрын +34

    I'm literally crying right now! Thank you Jay, for bringing this absolutely iconic formula one driver lewis.

      THOMAS WILLIAM 28 күн бұрын +1

      You better harden up , The world will eat crybabies up.

  • Ian Jackson
    Ian Jackson 7 күн бұрын

    Thank you Lewis for giving us the chance to hear more about what drives you and what has made you who you are. You're an inspiration, and I think I've come to admire you even more through these tough seasons-seeing how you navigate disappointment and challenges. I'm excited to see what else you do in the world after racing.

  • Super K
    Super K 22 күн бұрын +1

    Simply the best F1 driver ever and can’t wait to support him all over again this weekend as the new season starts 🙏 Go get them Lewis !

  • Candice Thomas
    Candice Thomas 2 ай бұрын +28

    What resonated with me most in this interview is the 'purposeful' preparation Lewis is doing for his eventual transition out of F1and the link you made with Kobe being 'content' when his career ended.
    I realise that I also need to be intentional in exploring my passions and preparing for purposeful transitions in my own life.
    What an insightful conversation 🙂

  • Gaby Gonzalez
    Gaby Gonzalez Ай бұрын +10

    Listening to Lewis, give hope that they’re beautiful souls working to make a better world, he’s so centered, his honesty is palpable 🙏thank you Jay for this wonderful conversation 🤗

  • Ben Cashin
    Ben Cashin 2 ай бұрын +27

    Lewis is genuinely remarkable. As a huge F1 fan it is clear how he stands out, utilising his platform to make the world a better place rather than drowning in the fame and wealth. Truly an inspiration to all❤

    ANOURUK 2 ай бұрын +16

    im so happy to start my day with this conversation. thank you so much jay for having this platform and being you. stay golden and amazing. as for lewis and many others you bring on here - im glad to see them in such genuine lights beyond the fame. this is my first time knowing who lewis is and i cheer him on in absolutely everything he's involved in. pure hearts and great vision is contagious - keep being amazing light workers. and to anyone who resonates reading this, the light will prevail🤍🌸

    • Nathan Leung
      Nathan Leung Ай бұрын +2

      Grateful to start my purposeful year in 2023 with this podcast & this conversation!

  • Swiperoom
    Swiperoom 13 күн бұрын +3

    I've known Lewis Hamilton by name thru all his success in F1, but I've never seen him or heard him before. Man, this was mindblowing! What an amazing person. Hearing Lewis, he really reminds me of Kobe in so many ways, on another level for sure. Thank you for this - I'll share and re-listen to this one. Love + Respect

    GEEK GUARDIAN 14 күн бұрын +1

    I’m battling with a lot of things in myself. I’ve been a huge Lewis fan since my teenage years. And I must say he has inspired me to work harder on myself. Especially after this vid. I want that mental peace and vulnerability he has. Let the work begin…..

  • Dhanada Keisham
    Dhanada Keisham 2 ай бұрын +31

    I am addicted to Jay's podcast these days......he brings out the best in people. Just today I had listened to 3 of his podcasts.....it helped me go to a space within myself which I didn't know exist and its wonderful. Thank you!!!

    • Nathan Leung
      Nathan Leung Ай бұрын +2

      Absolute purposeful podcast ever! I am addicted to it to especially in the most difficult times in all areas of my growth & life! Hope to have the most purposeful year ahead in 2023!

    • Happy Life with Maria
      Happy Life with Maria 2 ай бұрын +1

      Yep, he is very inspiring

  • Mehdi Tate
    Mehdi Tate Ай бұрын +22

    This is the first year that I can afford enjoying things in life. I remember the past 8 years, I was so broke I couldn't even afford a meal. I had to realize that at that point that no one was going to walk me through things in life and I had to do this on my own and figure out everything alone. I now live in the nordic woods of Sweden and post about self improvement after surviving a great ordeal in life, from the Boston bombing attack to being homeless, depressed struggling with an anxiety disorder and other mental disorders before I studied my pain and got certified in therapy. I used it to heal and run my own business and also move out of Miami where I worked in a corner store overnight in one of the most dangerous hoods in Miami. I am so grateful I got out, because I knew the other route, and it was not going to end well. Now I have a KZclip channel that I am using to help others improve in life and I hope I get to help at least one person reading this 🙏🏽💜

  • A Jamal
    A Jamal 2 ай бұрын +16

    Umbelieveable podcast Jay, i have newfound respect for Lewis Hamilton. To grow up in that environment and STILL make it at the face of all the racists and people trying to break him down.

  • Vanessa Haylin
    Vanessa Haylin 2 ай бұрын +28

    That was one of the most remarkable episodes I’ve ever watched. What a wonderful being, his soul is so pure. May his path and purpose be protected by the most high. Thank you to you both 🙏🏾

    • Gadi premikudu
      Gadi premikudu Ай бұрын

      I am the most high

    • TheRealQuaid1
      TheRealQuaid1 Ай бұрын

      A soul so pure it makes friends with other wonderful people such as Brad Pitt. A man who abuses his kids and wife.

  • Melanie Dovergne
    Melanie Dovergne Ай бұрын +3

    Lewis literally changed my life in 2018, when I started to watch F1. Since, he shine my life, he is so much inspiring especially in bad moments. He radiates love & positivity. Lewis Hamilton is OUR GOAT ! #44

  • Marina
    Marina Ай бұрын +3

    I have the deepest appreciation and respect for this man. It is truly a remarkable achievement to be exposed to such opposition and emerge from it as such a positive, strong and sincere character. He didn't lost his good-heartedness, despite the coldness with which he was met. This is worth much more than any trophy and each of us can learn from it. 💜

  • Caspar O'Connor
    Caspar O'Connor 2 ай бұрын +13

    Man I could relate some much to him and the adversitites he has had to face, since I come from historically pressed background I was able to relate and see so much of myself in him. It's really an inspiration to watch him navigate through hardship and still be a Role Model to so many people like me. He is a true inspiration. One day I wish to be like him where I'm able to inspire and help people find their purpose as well. Still We Rise

  • r m
    r m Ай бұрын +4

    My respect for Lewis is has gone above the roof. What a well spoken intelligent man. Loved this episode Jay, thank you 🙏

  • nastik
    nastik 2 ай бұрын +84

    He's the absolute goat of f1, this is coming from a fan who has watched senna, schumacher Alonso and everyone else in these era and I can conclude that lewis is the best of them all

    • James Caro
      James Caro Ай бұрын

      @Black Girls RockThere are fans of every driver that can be categorized as you mentioned. Lewis has them too. Vettel has them. Alonso. It’s been like this for as long as I’ve followed F1. But with Lewis some of his fans like to label anyone who doesn’t like him as a racist. I’ve heard it so many times over the years. Maybe it’s better to just let them be and chose not care if other people don’t like a driver that you like.

    • James Caro
      James Caro Ай бұрын

      @Harmony childIf Max is fortunate enough to choose the right team to be with at the right time, he could do it. He’s immensely talented.

    • James Caro
      James Caro Ай бұрын

      @WeDFWTaltrightBS. Lewis had Bottas and he loved him because he never stood in his way. You obviously don’t follow F1 closely.

    • James Caro
      James Caro Ай бұрын

      No way

    • WeDFWTaltright
      WeDFWTaltright Ай бұрын

      @Black Girls Rock not going to argue with that. You’re right! Though it is all too tempting. I always wonder if they’re aware how others will perceive their words, obviously they’re not the type to care about respect, repercussions, integrity or empathy but my heart is too big sometimes

  • Alison Andrews
    Alison Andrews 2 ай бұрын +25

    Could really relate to so much of what these two and especially Lewis discussed in this pod cast. As a professional I have attended a lot of face to face meetings and conferences as part of my job and then covid happened and all meetings went on line. that's when I started to notice that I was the only only person of colour in those meetings. In terms of diversity generally and in F1 there has been significant changes in the last 3 years and for me Lewis has been an integral part of those changes. Because of Lewis I started attending F1 races and have been to quite a few all over the world. Not sure I will continue to support F1 once Lewis retires maily because in my opinion there seems to be manipulation by the FIA and the F1 media to promote a certain driver namely MV as better than Lewis despite how little he has achieved at the same age as Lewis and how much Lewis has achieved despite all the obstacles he has faced throughout his F1 career. I thank you for this podcast, really enjoyed it

    • Razvan Buliga
      Razvan Buliga Ай бұрын

      It's called securing the future, out with the old in with the new.. Obv MV is the next "star". Too bad. Thanks Jay and many thanks to LH for pushing themselves in order to leave this tiny blue planet a better place. Hat down to you Sirs

    • Shawn
      Shawn 2 ай бұрын +4

      this is exactly what i dont understand about F1 and the FIA. They have one of the biggests Sportspersons in the world on their hand and for some reason they try to take him down.....

  • WhippetKnows
    WhippetKnows Ай бұрын +5

    What a great and amazing man! Even though don't give up sounds so over used, it's still not used enough as we are so often giving up every day a little bit. I love how calm and down to earth Lewis is. Truly it just felt so good listening to him. Thank you both, Jay you are an amazing host 🙏

  • Disruptii
    Disruptii 13 күн бұрын +1

    Lewis is someone that fits the definition of an idol, a hero, someone to aspire to be like. An amazing human.

  • Blacklisted_Autodetailing Cal
    Blacklisted_Autodetailing Cal 2 ай бұрын +16

    First off Jay , what an amazing job at everything you do. Lewis you do understand how important you are to all of us which is why you are doing everything you do. I have a 5 year old son that watches racing with me and while it was and is my dream to race I am only showing him things that his dad loves and watching you race is one of them.
    I connect with you about just wanting that hug from your dad sometimes and that part hit me the hardest. My dads generation made them a certain way and I understand that and because of that my love is being poured into my son. Your struggle with adversity goes so far and just this week today his school started kindness week. I would love to show this to him and hope to meet you one day so that he see’s one of his fathers heroes , but most importantly for him
    To meet in person a super hero built from love and who champions equality , love for one another and continues to fight for diversity.
    P.S hoping to introduce him to go karting in the near future

  • wilfedo jose
    wilfedo jose Ай бұрын +2

    Inspirador, sus palabras realmente cambian tus perspectiva y te dejan ver el gran ser humano que es, así como también el ser que cada uno de nosotros puede llegar a ser 😊

  • Jack Jizmejian
    Jack Jizmejian 2 ай бұрын +35

    what a legend, truly one of a kind!

  • Heart Of An Empress
    Heart Of An Empress 2 ай бұрын +84

    Never lose sight of your dreams and don't give up. Totally resonates with where I am at.
    A 3yr battle to find a quality of life after a terminal cancer diagnosis with so many times it would have been easier to give up living.
    I was bullied through school too for being myself and different. And it continued into adulthood. It made me bury my authentic self but if there is one thing I am grateful to cancer for it was refinding myself and embracing and accepting her fully. Everything builds us into the people we are.
    Needed this today. Great inspiration. Thank you. ✌☮🖤

    • Lori P
      Lori P Ай бұрын +1

      @Heart Of An Empress Sending you lots of love ❤️You're so brave and I'm glad that you've been able to turn such a traumatic experience into something positive 💜

    • The Welsh Kazakh
      The Welsh Kazakh 2 ай бұрын +2

      Thanks for sharing. Hope you feel well! Well done for overcoming it!

    • Heart Of An Empress
      Heart Of An Empress 2 ай бұрын +4

      @Nancy Schmeer I am as stable as we can get me, it's a work in progress. It's good to be alive though. Thank you. Have a blessed day. ✌☮💜

    • Nancy Schmeer
      Nancy Schmeer 2 ай бұрын +3

      I hope you are are in a better place now. Thank you for your encouraging and comforting words 🙏

  • Jesus Ruiz
    Jesus Ruiz Ай бұрын +5

    As a Mexican of course I absolutely love and want Checo Perez to win. But this is why Lewis is my favorite driver. His story, character and heart as a human being is so inspiring for me. Just know Lewis that there’s fans out here that still believes you’ll win your 8th title.

    • Kingmaker
      Kingmaker Ай бұрын

      It's difficult when he's up against prime Super max and leclarc and George

  • Edoard Talamayan
    Edoard Talamayan Ай бұрын +5

    This was an awesome session! So many positive messages are sent out. Very inspiring. I've always been afraid of failure and making mistakes and I loved that lewis brought up the iceberg. What people see is the tip but they don't know/see all the work that was put in

  • Naeem Summally
    Naeem Summally 2 ай бұрын +12

    I waited for this video for a long time now. Thanks Jay for bringing him on your show. Lewis has been such an inspiration of mine and to hear his story, is so incredible!

  • PlatanoAce
    PlatanoAce 13 күн бұрын +1

    Had this saved on my “watch later” for a while but finally watched the whole pod. Great to just listen and digest all of this. The lessons learned and new questions to ask myself was worth the watch. 👍🏽

  • Brilliant Classes
    Brilliant Classes  2 ай бұрын +11

    Is not easy but it’s possible. Speaking out about things that will make a difference in society is essential. Lewis is doing a great work and when you have an audience talking about diverse can change mind set and hopefully a better world.

    • TheRealQuaid1
      TheRealQuaid1 Ай бұрын

      I just wish his work extended to his friend Brad Pitt. Maybe would have stopped him abusing his family

  • Rosh
    Rosh 2 ай бұрын +10

    You find Purpose through adversity. "Your karma becomes your dharma." This Mountain GOAT has an ascending legacy unfolding, beyond racing 🏁🤍🐐 Thanks for positioning SA, Lewis 🇿🇦💛 Thank You for sharing this conversation, Jay🙏🏽

  • Raunak Nahar
    Raunak Nahar Ай бұрын +4

    Great job on this podcast. Truly inspirational! Through this my respect for him has just multiplied by a million times, I mean the initiatives that he has taken is just truly phenomenal, would love to see him succeed on his missions.

  • inkytalls
    inkytalls Ай бұрын +3

    I remember being influenced a lot by Lewis when I used to gokart as a kid, nearly met him one time as he visited the track I used to race at... So pleased he's still racing and doing great! Awesome motivator. Great interview. Stay true GOAT!

  • Natalie Rhodes
    Natalie Rhodes 2 ай бұрын +9

    Well done Lewis on your first podcast, you nailed it. Listened to it all the way from unny South Africa. Wishing you a blessed 2023 Jay and Lewis.

  • Phiri City
    Phiri City Ай бұрын +15

    There’s no expressing how I feel about this episode 😭❤️😫 those answers were just SPECTACULAR

  • Yo Hanna
    Yo Hanna 2 ай бұрын +11

    I am looking forward to german subtitles because I want to share this deep moving interview with my Dad. 🙏💎
    We never watched football - although living in Germany. We always watched Formula1 when I was growing up.
    This peace that is in this interview, the spirit and flow is so grounding and giving hope for change and a better future - step by step. Day by day. Thank both of you so much for having this conversation and being so vulnerable and showing how beautiful being human can be. 🦋

  • Diana Maioru
    Diana Maioru 2 ай бұрын +14

    Sir Lewis Hamilton. Knight of the realm, Formula 1 G.O.A.T. True champion and true inspiration with a heart of gold! I deeply respect and admire him.🥰 ⚔🏎💜💚💛

  • Steve Brill
    Steve Brill 16 күн бұрын

    Great podcast. I’ve always been a fan of Lewis and it’s great to hear him talking openly. He is an inspiration to so many.

  • Irene Andrews
    Irene Andrews 5 күн бұрын

    To think what he really went thro' since his school & still today makes him a hero. His love & passion for the sport is admirable. Keep it up Sir Lewis your fans are behind you God bless & keep you safe. ❤❤❤🙏🙏😇💯

  • Jinxx
    Jinxx 2 ай бұрын +4

    Love this, all the love for Lewis, never knew how much I related to him when it comes to school experiences. Makes me feel a lot better

  • Catherine Ennew
    Catherine Ennew Ай бұрын +5

    Thank you so much Jay Shetty for having Lewis Hamilton on your podcast. I am utterly astounded at the number of successful people who were bullied at school and who are also dyslexic. I was both - well I'm still dyslexic. I don't know what I expected to be honest, but there is so much more to Lewis Hamilton that I ever imagined. Thank you for all that you do Lewis Hamilton, the world needs more people like you. I never expected Lewis Hamilton to be so spiritual too. - great to see. Hope you have a great season in 2023 Lewis. #teamLH.

  • Sheymaa
    Sheymaa 2 ай бұрын +4

    Wow , how powerful was that episode !! We can feel the energy of both of you. Thank you very much Jay to give us the possibility to see that story and thanks to Lewis for share it 🙏🏼❤

    • Black Girls Rock
      Black Girls Rock Ай бұрын

      Lewis is a legend and what an honor to be alive to watch him! 👑

  • Janeen's Cup of Tea
    Janeen's Cup of Tea 2 ай бұрын +5

    Absolutely love this interview. Thank you for sharing your story, Lewis!
    Truly inspiring and empowering. Keep up the amazing work and living out your purpose!
    Much love & light

  • Medicine Media U.K.
    Medicine Media U.K. Ай бұрын +2

    Lewis saved my life in some of the darkest times,in my mind pushing me through difficulties,he’s alongside my when I run pushing me to my goals never giving up.
    The video called Still We Rise gives me goosebumps no matter how many times I see it

  • Kisma Jn Pierre
    Kisma Jn Pierre Ай бұрын +4

    This program is so powerful! I came from a very humble background and my purpose is to build a school here on the island of Antigua where we focus on the emotional intelligence of our students before we teach them ABC and 123. I am so happy to know that somewhere in the world there are others who share my vision. Thank you so much guys!

  • Atreyee Saha
    Atreyee Saha Ай бұрын +3

    wow, this is such an impactful episode. Lewis Hamilton blew my mind with how wise and grounded he is, my attention did not even skip for a second. Thank you @Jay Shetty Podcast. I felt that he perhaps been this mystical all his life, just that his mysticism has now spread beyond the racing track. I will keep my eyes peeled on his works.

  • Cool Pandas
    Cool Pandas Ай бұрын +1

    Deeply grateful for this glimpse into the man, Sir Lewis. I which everyone will understand that we need each other to exist. The world is so full of hate, intolerance based on race, religion, gender that I question whether we are really human. More beasts than human, and we need icons to stand up and turn the tides. Thank you both sincerely.

  • DTM
    DTM 2 ай бұрын +7

    Kuliegirl. Dear Jay: OMG!! I am so stoked!! I have been waiting for this podcast before I knew you would ever have Lewis Hamilton, the GOAT and 7x World Champion. We love love Lewis and am so appreciative of your inspiration. When Lewis spoke about how he struggles to be his best version everyday. I can totally relate. He has fought though so much adversity and yet “Still He Rise”. He is one of our most inspirational persons I have had the pleasure to know from afar. We are diehard F1 Fans and cannot get enough of live interviews with Lewis. We are so aligned with his mission. Do you ever consider having just a not famous person on your show? If so, I would love to be that person. Keep shining your light and I look forward to all your motivational podcasts. PS. Loved loved “Think Like A Monk”. Much continued blessings always 🙏🏽❤️🙏🏽

  • catalina medero
    catalina medero 2 ай бұрын +8

    Chills and tears. What a legend ❤️

  • Adam Benko
    Adam Benko Ай бұрын

    1:07:22 that impressed me so much. This needs to be talked about a lot. People these days cant control their emotions and cant perceive others emotions. To stay calm and reasonable is something that most people never achieve in their life. This is for sure something people should be taught early on in their lives and keep the analytical calm approach to every situation.

  • Colin Coulibaly
    Colin Coulibaly Ай бұрын +2

    This man is a truly inspiration.

  • theparadised
    theparadised Ай бұрын +1

    for me it is incredible to hear jay talk for the first time, and how respectful he talks and his choice of words absolutely amaze me. this talk has depths we don't really realize at first. thankful for both of you

  • GeeCeeAte
    GeeCeeAte Күн бұрын

    One of the best people alive! So humble and motivating. Breath of fresh air in this society!

  • Super K
    Super K Ай бұрын +3

    Brilliant end to a long awaited podcast 🙏 Hearing Lewis say there should be NO billionaires and Jay offer his support for the future was bliss for me 🙏
    I felt an emotion in the room that resonated we myself and my values.
    Thank you guys

  • JJ
    JJ 2 ай бұрын +7

    I needed this podcast, although we’re in a new year I feel lost. So hearing words of wisdom and encouragement from my hero is amazing. 💜

  • David Wilder
    David Wilder Ай бұрын

    Aaaah its the man who couldnt stop winning everything in Formula one.
    i hear he's given someone else a chance lately for a change.
    Legend 💘

  • Nitishwar Patil
    Nitishwar Patil Ай бұрын +2

    Finally He's on "On Purpose" Because like you said he's the most on purpose and dedicated towards betterment of people. Great! Great! Episode, just strengthen my belief in Lewis even more!
    I still remember going through a phase of so many emotions and thoughts that "due to society" as a guy i was not comfortable to share and Lewis being a Race Car Driver where it's all about "balls" and "man-hood" started talking about mental health, emotions and breaking that barrier of what a "man is not supposed to do" just became my role model, my superhero immediately!
    Lots of Love!

  • Veena S
    Veena S Ай бұрын +29

    His wisdom is unmatched...Protect this man at all costs!

    • TheRealQuaid1
      TheRealQuaid1 Ай бұрын

      @Unicorn Of Truth I don't but owning properties in London under a shell company based in Jersey to avoid tax while also going on about how there shouldn't be any billionaires is massively hypocritical. He may not be a billionaire but sure seems like he's trying to get there.

    • Unicorn Of Truth
      Unicorn Of Truth Ай бұрын

      @TheRealQuaid1 i bet you think everyone's dodgy that's made some money :)

    • TheRealQuaid1
      TheRealQuaid1 Ай бұрын

      @Unicorn Of Truth Yeah, I'm the person that has enough brain cells to realise a tax dodging millionaire with dodgy friends isn't some kind of oracle for humankind and society.

    • TheRealQuaid1
      TheRealQuaid1 Ай бұрын

      So much wisdom he openly supports Brad Pitt who is accused of abusing his wife and kids. Great guy

  • Aaron M
    Aaron M Ай бұрын +1

    I genuinely feel grateful to have grown up supporting this legend through it all being an F1 fan since after Michael's days and learning about his story as I grew up after being a baseless Schumacher fan and never doubted his grind and skill through many bad times/"hate" or whatever you want to call it, I feel great to have witnessed the greatest of his time break every wall down and speak so well mostly about it all 😏🙌

  • Wasime B
    Wasime B 2 ай бұрын +4

    Keep doing what you’re doing Lewis, and best of luck for the 2023 season, we’re all behind you #stillwerise

  • pham sumi
    pham sumi Ай бұрын +5

    Things I learn from him is tremendous, especially the importance strong connection of a kid with family. Growing up I rarely had support from my parents to go for what I love, which makes me always doubt myself. Shout out to Lewis's dad, working 4 jobs to support his son and educate him to be amazing person. Lewis is husband material, family-oriented with strong will, he definetely be a great dad❤

  • Marlaka🌸
    Marlaka🌸 Ай бұрын +1

    Such a profound hope that this conversation is giving me, thank you to both of you.

  • Macon Patton
    Macon Patton Ай бұрын +1

    I’ve never heard another F1 driver speak so openly about their life regardless of their race gender sexuality etc. As an educator his words were very powerful. I believe we will be hearing from Sir Lewis Hamilton for many years beyond his racing career. I look forward to the future with folks like him in it.

  • Lex on the Decks
    Lex on the Decks Ай бұрын +1

    Wow. Crazy to hear this from someone who has achieved so much. Very inspiring to know he's felt the struggles. Thanks Jay & Lewis! 🤗

  • The Riddler
    The Riddler 2 ай бұрын +2

    Love you Lewis, thx for all the years in F1 and thx for all the years we remain to watch you in F1, hopefully another 20 years or so ✌

  • Vic betz
    Vic betz Ай бұрын +24

    Lewis is the most inspiring athlete of all time to me. When I struggle (and I struggle a lot), I think of what he would do and what he would say, and that gives me the kick I need to keep fighting. He is the best driver of all time, but he is also so much more than that. By his own effort, he managed to get all the way to the top, and - despite all the issues of his team at the moment - he will soon be the undisputed king of F1 by winning that eighth title. Because when you know his mindset, you know that he will not stop until he gets what he wants, regardless of the odds. I would wish him the best of luck, but I already know he doesn't need it ;)

    • Miami Vice
      Miami Vice Ай бұрын +1

      Calling him the best driver of all time is like saying that Michael Jordan has never been among the 5 best players of the nba. Hamiton is a crybaby when things aren't going his way. The interviewer needs to get his tounge out of his bottom.

    • John
      John Ай бұрын

      Michael Jordan

  • Toya
    Toya 2 ай бұрын +4

    Loved this episode, his energy and voice were so calming. Love that he is so big about education and purpose, but his answer to Jay final question the law he would implement is something I have been saying its not right that there is no equality. Then Jay’s answer to implement emotion mastering in school. (Gems were drop)

  • A Positive Impact with D. G.

    Love this brothers mindset it makes me think of building a inspiration community that’s focused on making a positive impact on the world.

  • Phatsi Mokhethi
    Phatsi Mokhethi Ай бұрын +1

    I’ve been a fan and supporter of Lewis and formula 1 for as long as I can remember, and hearing him share his point of view is even more impactful. He represents so much, and subconsciously he is true to humanity and consciously true to himself and his purpose. This is by far the best birthday gift I could’ve ask for. Thank you for sharing your story and making us realize how much we do can do collectively to cultivate diversity,inclusion and empathy. 💯💐💐✨Greatest of all time

  • Autinamina
    Autinamina 21 күн бұрын +1

    Thank you so much for both of you sharing your time and stories with us! Lewis talking about how he was helping young white drivers coming into the field was so inspiring because they arent even a part of the population that he is dedicated to helping advance! That encouraged me to help people when I can, no matter what. Thank you for this!

  • Nano Ceramics
    Nano Ceramics Ай бұрын +1

    I have always admired Lewis’s accomplishments in the race car I now admire the man for who he is.

  • Daniela Leví
    Daniela Leví 2 ай бұрын +11

    P.S. His voice is like meditation. So peaceful and healing.

  • Awaken The Greatness Within
    Awaken The Greatness Within Ай бұрын +3

    “The hardest thing is to keep going, but we have to.” Lewis Hamilton 👏

  • Milton Cramer
    Milton Cramer Ай бұрын +1

    Lewis is an incredible driver and champion and should be celebrated as such. Sounds like he had it as tough as alot of us do. He has capitalised on he's opportunity and that what sets him apart.

  • Tibor Bóné
    Tibor Bóné Ай бұрын +2

    I just became a Hamilton fan. I haven't expected so much wisdom and inspiration from him. Thank you, Jay!

  • Mpuseng Mosupye
    Mpuseng Mosupye 2 ай бұрын +4

    Wow, this was soo beautiful and life changing. I didn't want it to end. I laughed and reflected on a lot of things.