Posts tagged curiosity
Episode 62: Would You Walk Away from $100 Million?

Choosing to walk away from his family's $100 million business was the hardest decision Joe Pardo has ever made. He started in the business at 6-years old sweeping floors and over the years learned the details of every department. Most people dream of the kind of success Joe achieved, but in 2014, Joe resigned.

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Episode 60: How to Design Your Life with Darrah Brustein

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You have the power to design your life according to how you want to live. If you believe having the life you want is impossible, today’s episode is for you. If you think you must choose between a relationship or family and a career, you don’t. 

Darrah Brustein has spent the last decade designing and integrating her life and work, not choosing one over the other. She is the founder of the networking events company, Network Under 40and is a regular contributor to ForbesThrive Globaland Entrepreneur. Darrah is bringing everything she's learned to YOU at the Life By Design, Not Default Virtual Summit - 3 Days. 45 Speakers. 20+ Hours of Content, all for Free

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Episode 54: Say Yes and Get Out of Your Own Way

Today we are talking with The Business Bully, Dave Anderson about  getting out of your own way by doing things that work but might feel uncomfortable... at first. Selling yourself is something that everyone needs to learn. Every single one of us sells everyday whether we are trying to get a job, get a date, or get a discount – our lives are filled with these daily occurrences.

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Episode 51: What Grief Teaches You About Life

Have you ever lost hope? Chelsea Dinsmore was hours away from reaching the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro when her entire life changed. 

No one would have blamed her if she stayed in bed for months. Experts, books and friends all told her to give herself a year to heal. If you have experienced loss or death, grief can consume you. Chelsea practiced mindfulness as she grieved, always examining her thoughts before reacting. Over the next year, she traveled the world - alone - and she designed a life based how she wanted to feel

Quote 51: "You always have the option to keep your eyes open to life." 

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