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#124: Jamie Foxx on Workout Routines, Success Habits, and Untold Hollywood Stories Jamie Foxx () is an Academy Award-winning, a Grammy Award-winning, and a famous standup and improv. He is, without a doubt, the most consummate performer and entertainer I have ever met. In the 2.5 hours we spent together in his home studio, he blew my mind. We cover a TON in this wide-ranging episode, including many never-before-heard stories. Here’s just a tiny sample of what you’ll hear: • Jamie’s workout routine • Jamie’s origin stories — how he used $400 to match a $1,000,000 party thrown by Puff Daddy; building up his network with Kanye, Jay Z, and Pharrell; expanding his fan base; and bombing horribly at the beginning.
• What he learned during the magic of In Living Color • Jamie playing live music throughout our interview • Impersonations (and lessons learned from many of the following) — Quincy Jones, Ed Sheeran, Ray Charles, Jimmy Carter, Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, Bill Cosby, Doc Rivers, Kermit the Frog, Sammy Davis, Jr., LeBron James, Bill Clinton, Tamara Rawitt, Shawn Wayans, Jim Carrey, Oprah Winfrey, Norman Lear, Mike Tyson, and others • The key skills Jamie learned from his grandmother • Jamie’s parenting style • Check out the show notes below for much, much more. I’ve always been a fan of the multi-talented Mr. He’s truly a phenomenal entertainer.
After listening to this podcast, I’m even more impressed by his talent, character and spirit. This was probably one of the most interesting and entertaining podcasts I’ve heard. Thanks for setting this up and allowing Jamie to walk us through his journey from a small town in Texas to being one of the biggest stars in Hollywood. It was fascinating to hear about his creative process and what keeps him inspired.
I also appreciate that you there you were able to touch upon issues of social injustice and race in America. This topic is something I haven’t heard much on your podcasts, and glad you were bold enough to walk down that corridor with an entertainer who wasn’t afraid to be candid. Thankyou Jamie and Tim. Enthuiastic, funny, insightful, you are both such lovely people. I love your honesty, youth, candour, optimisim Jamie.
Install manual boost controller mazdaspeed protege. I lwas stimulated to offer the following. Having listened to Jamie means I have heard a couple of people now, comment upon how the day Mr Obama was elected was the most amazing event. For me I learnt about it sometime later – and I thought – “oh so that large place near Mexico had elections and has got a new head of state, okay i guess policies may change or they may stay the same.
Okay, now whats the weather for tomorrow?’ I didn’t have any awareness he was black – or that he was not black. My point being, not every automatically notices what skin colour someone is. I think, making a point about someones skin colour means there’s something a bit wrong with your perception! I appreciate in your country there is the history of slavery and – it’s not enough for people to say ‘oh but I am oblivious to skin colour’ because being non-white has real implications in terms of class and access and opportunity because of the all pervasive universal racism. So I get that it is significant. But for north america to reach real maturity – the maturity it does not have yet – it will move beyond celebrating novel inclusive attitudes to non-whites ”we let a black guy come on board our space shuttle and he rapped for us” and actually stop talking about skin colour completely.
Actually I suddenly recall as I write, Michael Moore commented about this in his book ‘stupid white man’ about 15 years ago. He said if you want to contribute, STOP making references to skin colour in conversation. Also, Jamie, god bless him, referred to his country as being number one. That o was a bit surprising. Is it really? Does any non north american think it’s number one? Does any other country even feel the need to proclaim itself as number one?
Not even russia or china needs to do that! The few proclaimations of overt patriotism seemed at odds with the whole unique special picture of Jamie, his virtues and beauty. I just felt a bit sad – I mean, i get that a lot of people worked really hard for same sex marriages to be acknowledged. But it’s been legal in so many other places for a very very long time. North America should feel shame they still keep saying ‘you’re a gay person. And you’re a straight person.
And you, you’re a black person, and you’ these are not ‘number one country’ type characteristics. God bless you Tim and Jamie (And I’m not religious at all) Like. Thanks for your comments. Jamies sharing was special because he so naturally included such a wide scope of enquiry, including generational and nationalist and socio political themes. So much was touched upon. I too questioned his ‘we’re number one’ sentiments finding it out of character. If North America wants to be taken seriously, respected and liked, as a nation in the world, it needs to mature beyond the ego stance akin to a 5year old ‘I’m the centre of the universe’ If you ask a Chinese person where they are from-a person from a country far more populous and expansive than north america- they’ll say ‘China’.