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EP. 036 – What do you want to create?

Everyday we use products and services that were once only a thought. If you ever brought a product to market and now people are using that in their daily lives, you know it’s a bit hard to wrap your mind around that concept. What’s something that you want to create? What idea do you want to bring to life?

EP. 035 – Shane Breslin: The Pursuit Of Happiness

Shane Breslin is a TEDx speaker, the founder of the Habits of Happiness and a digital marketer. But to get to where he is today, he dealt with depression for many years and had jobs he didn’t really enjoy but couldn’t point out what was “off” until he decided to address the root causes.

EP. 034 – To grow, we have to welcome change.

Since I started my side-hustle, change has been the only constant (cliche I know, but true). I changed my mindset, friends, daily habits and even the way I present myself to the world. Sometimes in order to step up to the next level, change is uncomfortable. Change requires extreme commitment.

EP. 033 – Wayne Richard: The burning desire to make it happen

Wayne Richard is the father of five and was an accountant for a big corporation for 16 years until he took the leap of faith and started his own business, a cloud-based bookkeeping company, Prescribed Bookkeeping. We touch on tying your self-worth to corporate roles, early on struggles and more!

EP. 032 – Starfish. You Are Making A Difference.

Sometimes we work hard at something and we have a big vision but that moment of self-doubt creeps in late at night or when we hit a major road block. We think that we can’t possibly be making a difference, but that’s just not true. You are making a difference one life at a time.

EP. 028 – Don’t Let Your Dreams Die. Please.

Mild depression was one of the catalysts for me to make the decision to really go for my dreams with everything I have. If you ever been through a depression you know how horrible it feels, at time we feel like it’s not even worth dreaming. Don’t let your dreams die. Ever. Please.

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