Ep. 3 — Preston Likely — passion, practice and drive.

In this podcast, you will learn:

  1. Why Preston sold his identity, and who bought it.
  2. Where to find ideas and what to do when you have too many.
  3. Why busy people do more.
  4. Why the search for perfection is the search for death.
  5. The importance of spontaneity.
  6. How to get free worldwide publicity.
  7. Preston Likely’s greatest weakness.

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Ep. 2 — Emily De Groot — swapping clothes for happiness

In this podcast, you will learn:

  1. Why Emily swapped clothes for happiness.
  2. The life-changing effects of experimenting.
  3. The childhood roots of The Clothes Club.
  4. Why “breaking even” is such a challenge with not-for-profits.
  5. How you can do more, with less time.
  6. Why all businesses need a social element.

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Ep. 1 — Zoe James — learn the two words that sparked a 4,000 mile journey

In this podcast, you will learn:

  1. The two words that sent Zoe on a 4,000 mile journey.
  2. How a master of planning learned the art of not thinking.
  3. Why you should choose to have no choice.
  4. How a dreadful experience may be the opportunity you’ve been waiting for.
  5. Why your day job might not be as bad as you think it is.
  6. How to free yourself from the anxiety of freedom.

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Reasons not to start my sideline business

  1. I don’t have a logo
  2. My website isn’t ready
  3. I haven’t finished my research
  4. I haven’t bought everything I need
  5. I have no content

One week ago, I decided to start a podcast. I suddenly realised that I’d found my passion. Suddenly. Just like that. All those years doing online questionnaires to find my passion and it was staring me in the face all the time.

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