Joël Bouzou is an Olympic champion and president and founder of Peace and Sport, a global organisation to foster peace, dialogue and reconciliation in areas of conflict throughout the world. He has been awarded several medals, including an Olympic Bronze for Modern Pentathlon, a gold medal for Youth and Sport in France and the Legion of Honour, France’s highest civil honour. He is also a close friend and personal advisor to HSH Prince Albert II. With all his achievements and accolades, Mr Bouzou remains incredibly humble, insisting that there is still so much to do. We were honoured to speak with this true humanitarian and learn about his passion for world peace, his unyielding drive to accomplish more and the fundamentals of having money. We can certainly all learn from his words of wisdom.
HM: How did you make the transition from being an athlete to being the president of Peace and Sport Organisation?
HM: Do you think your sports achievements help you in your day-to-day activity?
HM: How do move from thinking to action? Is this a problem for you?
HM: Is it important for you to be in harmony with the universe? How do you find it?
HM: Do you agree with the concept that if you don’t love yourself unconditionally, you cannot love anyone else?
HM: Do you accept yourself unconditionally?
HM: What is love for you?
HM: Are you successful?
HM: Do you believe that sport can change lives?
HM: You recently celebrated 10 years of Peace and Sport. What are the highlights?
HM: What role does money play in your life?
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