Jamal

Jamal is perhaps the most scholarly of our Mediocre Advisors. Currently reading philosophy at Christchurch, Oxford, he aspires to found a new religion based on attaining spiritual perfection through serene submission to mediocrity.

He is a consultant to a UK-based janitorial procedure-manual publisher and dabbles in fly-fishing in Victorian country house garden ponds. In an interview published by the London Times last summer, Jamal stated that finding the pathway to mediocrity didn’t really matter.

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