I love podcasting. Probably too much.
I’ve got a bi-weekly long format interview podcast on tons of topics, am wrapping up a yearlong once a week 5-10 minute take podcast on career tips, and TK and I are in the middle of season one of the career/life Q&A format “Office Hours” show.
A few new items from this week…
Cohost TK Coleman and I chat about quitting a job and how to get better at sales.
- Saying it’s easy raises expectations
- The challenge of completing something you have the skill to do
- Measuring value from difficulty
- Your boss/manager always wants you to succeed
- Modeling other peoples success
- Feeling dissatisfied with your current work, vs. feeling excited about new opportunities
- The value of seemingly
- If you want to get paid to do something, you’ve got to do things like your getting paid, before your getting paid to do them.
A quick thought on the irony that babies don’t take “baby steps”, but big, risky leaps…maybe we should too?
In this episode:
- Babies take risks, not guarded steps
- When you start anything, don’t ease your way in
- The power of taking big swings
- We learn by taking “real” baby steps
For a free copy of Forward Tilt: An Almanac for Personal Growth go to www.discoverpraxis.com/forwardtilt
Isaac Morehouse Podcast
In this episode, I interview my 12 year old unschooled son about a random assortment of stuff.
- Why did NL decide to celebrate Dia de Muertos (Day of the Dead)
- Celebrations from other cultures
- Why has Marvel been so successful with bringing comic book heroes to movies, when DC hasn’t
- Pop culture trends
- Professionals trying to be unprofessional
- NL’s book
- Dire perfume names
- Starting to use Facebook
- Unschooling & Creating your own structure
- Starting a sandwich business
- The biggest differences for in life as a 12-year-old today vs. twenty years ago