Do you feel like you have a bigger purpose? Do you wonder why you don’t quite fit in where you work? Do you have a dream so big that you know others would laugh at you if they knew what you really wanted out of life?
You have these feelings for a reason and instead of trying to push them away and shut them up, embrace them and decide to figure out how you are going to make a living doing what you are meant to do.
I believe that everyone has a passion, but most of the time fear takes control and instead of moving forward to pursue our passions, we freeze and do nothing, which is the worst thing we can do. In order to ensure we are always moving forward, we must surround ourselves with people taking massive action, striving for more and believing in their dreams…no matter how freakish it may seem!
While I read a lot of books and listen to tons of podcasts, one of my favorite entrepreneurs is Chris Brogan. Chris is Publisher and CEO of Owner Magazine, host of The Owner’s Mind podcast and sought-after keynote speaker. He has worked with huge companies like Disney and Coke and helps tons of small business owners and entrepreneurs become more successful.
He is the New York Times Bestselling author of six books and counting, including The Impact Equation, with Julien Smith. His newest book is called The Freaks Shall Inherit the Earth (don’t you just love that title) and I had the opportunity to interview him! I was ridiculously excited when he agreed to speak with me and he was so much fun to chat with. Check out my interview with Chris where we talk about who should read this book, what they will get out of it and why Chris does what he does.
Admit it, Chris is pretty awesome! I would love to know what you liked best from the interview, so comment below and share your thoughts. Of course you can tell I’m a fan and have the book so I hope you decide to get a copy for yourself.
If I can ever be of help to you, please let me know. Want to chat about an idea? Need advice on what your next steps should be? Drop me a line at email@example.com and let me know how I can help.
Here’s to being a freak!
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