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In the video below, my mentor, Simon Sinek, shares some insights and tips about using your why to find a job you love.
What does your “why” mean to you? Why should you use your why to find the job you love?
Your why is your single purpose, cause or belief that serves as the unifying, driving and inspiring force for yourself.
As an individual, your Why guides your ideal and most fulfilling decisions, such as finding a job you love, maintaining friends you trust and buying the brands to which you’re most loyal.
Need help to discover your Why? Check out my video. I am giving you 3 simple steps to help you uncover your Why. Click here
This is a very inspirational talk with Scott Dinsmore.
Scott Dinsmore’s mission is to change the world by helping people find what excites them and build a career around the work only they are capable of doing. He is a career change strategist whose demoralizing experience at a Fortune 500 job launched his quest to understand why 80% of adults hate the work they do, and more importantly, to identify what the other 20% were doing differently. His research led to experiences with thousands of employees and entrepreneurs from 158 countries. Scott distilled the results down to his Passionate Work Framework – three surprisingly simple practices for finding and doing work you love, that all happen to be completely within our control. He makes his career tools available free to the public through his community .
Richard Branson was recently in Egypt, where he spent some time talking to eniGma Magazine about life as the head of Virgin.
One of the key points which Branson was keen to stress, was the importance of a brand name: “Your brand or your name is simply your reputation, you have to fight in life to protect that as it means everything. Nothing is more important.” Read more here
What is your excuse for not pursuing your dreams and following your passions?
Watch Gimp Monkey’s video: Craig Demartino, with one leg and “disabled” friends as they climb 1800ft El Capitan in Yosemite National Park.
What business are you really in? What do your clients really want—whether they know it or not? What’s your legacy?
Take Starbucks — are they really in the coffee business? How about Apple, Toms and Facebook? Each of these great companies redefined the business they are in, and in each case, the results they have generated have been spectacular.
Source: Tony Robbins
I found this presentation extremely informative and enlightening. Anders Fredriksson has taught first time entrepreneurs about the 10 mistakes that many do as first timers. Like him, I did them myself too. I wish I had learned that when I went to school.