I sent a tweet (@toddhenry) the other day that addressed a pattern I'm seeing with people I've been interacting with. It seems that many people are losing the narrative. They expect results without adventure. Celebration with the risk of rejection. Pride without doubts. This doesn't happen. On this episode, I share a few areas where you need to be brave this week.
What gets you out of bed in the morning? What keeps you going even when you face difficulty and overwhelming odds? For many people, the answer is something other than the tasks or the job. Rather, it's something deeper and more closely knit to their sense of purpose. On this episode, we discuss a few questions you can ask to help you identify your "productive passion".
Do you have a framework for making larger decisions about your life, your career, and your work? How do you decide what you're trying to do with your life? In this episode, I address a question from a listener about how to make decisions about the larger questions of life and career.
On today's episode, I show you how to run your life from the back of an index card. (Yes, really.) You'll learn how to hone in on your mission for the day, how to bring your best to the people around you, and how to create unique and powerful value for your clients and organization by spending five minutes in preparation each morning.
Have you ever wondered if there is work that you are perfectly wired to do? Maybe even work that would make you say "I was born for this"? Today's guest, Chris Guillebeau, has just written a book that explores these issues, and on this episode he shares some practical advice for navigating toward work that is more perfectly suited to who you are what you're wired to do.
Jeff Goins is the author of a brand new book called The Art of Work. In this interview he shares what he learned in writing his book through the stories of others, and some advice for how each of us can step into our calling.