Welcome back to Episode #73 of The Daily Interaction podcast. We are back from our first ever break on the podcast since our launch in August 2011. I took a 2-week holiday break, during which I wrote thousands of words into my new book – manuscript due to my publisher in January so hustling big time – and made some changes to our podcasting going forward. [Read more…] about Episode 73: How Not to Make New Year Resolutions
Welcome back to our Episode #67 of The Daily Interaction podcast and a forewarning: today’s topic is all the reasons why you should stop complaining at work or any other professional settings and the real truth behind this might make you uncomfortable, in fact, you may want to deny any such behavior where it concerns you. That’s OK! Deny away but please listen anyway because I am most interested in how you can move up and advance in your career with the changes I am about to share with you in this episode. [Read more…] about Episode 67: Stop Complaining to Get Ahead at Work
Today, we are going to tackle the most common problem for any entrepreneur or a business owner. You have way too many ideas and don’t know which one to pursue so you do what every well-meaning smart person would do: You put all of them on hold until further research and analysis.
You have enthusiasm, you have determination, you have guts, and you want to do great things. Your heart is in the right place, and you embrace entrepreneurship with open arms. Except you are a little stuck.
Why You Feel So Confused about Success
I talked about having the right success mindset in a recent podcast, but hey, let’s go back to basics: What is success itself? What is it to you? How do you define it?
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You see, you have got to be able to define success and describe it in clear words as Stephen King [Read more…] about Define Success in Your Words with 10 Clarity Questions
Why Passion and Balance Do Not Go Together
Balance is one overrated myth for passionate people. How can you teach balance to a burning fire like passion? How can you tell someone to do less of what they love when it pulls them in like a magnet and commands their attention?
I mean, do you honestly believe the fine experts in any field – whether it’s musicians or copy writers or marketers or film directors – had balance and achieved this level of proficiency and knowledge? Or is it more likely that they put in insane hours and crazy effort, way too much time and sweat, and lived in an underworld void of all semblance of balance and normalcy until they had paid their dues to their dreams? [Read more…] about 8 Secrets to Balancing Your Side-Hustle with A Full-time Job