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Pivoting Into Your Calling with Branden Harvey

Branden Harvey is a storyteller who uses photography, social media, and many other mediums to tell of the good in the world.  He’s the host of the Sounds Good Podcast and writes weekly about best things happening in the world in his Goodnewsletter.

 

I had the chance to talk with Branden about his ever changing work, the importance of pivoting and adapting, and why he does what the does.  It was a fantastic conversation.  Branden is charismatic and kind.  We had a lot of fun connecting.

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From Fulfilling Expectations to Creating Your Career with Eleazar Ruiz

Eleazar Ruiz is a graphic designer, writer, and entrepreneur. I was introduced to Eleazar’s work by a listener, and I’m so grateful for that connection. Eleazar and I got together in person on a sunny summer day at my studio in Seattle. I really appreciated my time with Eleazar, so much so that I commissioned him shortly after to create the first artwork for this podcast. So you’re likely already familier with his work.

As you’ll hear in the interview, Eleazar has a heart for people, and he’s done some work to build a career that fits him. I was inspired by his story, and I hope you will be too.

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The Art of Persistence with Sleeping At Last’s Ryan O’Neal

Ryan O’neal is a multi-instrumentalist musician who writes and performs under the name Sleeping at Last.

His music is light and full of texture. His lyrics tell stories of hope and love.

I had the opportunity to talk with him about his career and some of the risks, successes, and failures that he has encountered on his way.

It was a joy to speak with him.

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Self Compassion in Your Career with Leo Babauta

Leo Babauta is a blogger, author, and teacher.  He is the creator of the popular blog zen habits.com.  Leo’s work and expertise centers on personal change.

I had the opportunity to speak with Leo about his journey into blogging, and what makes it worth while.  And it was such a gift to speak with him.  He carries himself with a gentleness and kindness that puts you at ease in his presence.  I had so just much fun talking with him.

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Why Most Dream Jobs Disappoint (and What to Do About It)

I have a friend who took her dream job a couple of years ago. She was thrilled. It was a job doing work that she dreamed of doing. The organization was doing the work that she felt called to. She would get to travel for a few weeks a few times a year to some really great locations. The role was a great fit for her.

It all felt too good to be true.

But it wasn’t. It was really that good!  For a while…

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