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Harold O'Neal: Disciplining oneself through karate & music

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Imagine the most difficult task you can think of. Are you able to do it? If so, are you happy about doing it? Harold O'Neal is an individual who would jump at the opportunity to try any challenge, because he knows that it will help him grow. "I really love paths of discipline," he says on the 17th episode of "SRO Conversations."

Harold O'Neal is a highly acclaimed jazz musician who is known for blending the genres of 20th-century impressionist music with modern jazz. He has toured extensively composing his own music and releasing his most recent album, "Man on the Street" with acclaimed producer, Jerry Wonda, who has produced music for The Fugees, Shakira, and Justin Bieber. If music wasn't enough for O'Neal, he also earned a black belt in martial arts and is especially adept at solving a Rubik's Cube.

In the latest episode, Harold eloquently discusses his love for activities that discipline him. "If there's something that needs to be done...let's do it...Anything we want to do, as long as we're still alive, we have the opportunity."

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