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Dan Cumberland

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Dan Cumberland is on a mission to push you into the places meaning, life, & work intersect. He is the author of The Meaning Manifesto. Read more about him here, and connect with him on facebook and twitter.

From Acting to Coaching with Michelle Ward

Michelle Ward helps creative women build businesses and do work they love. She didn’t always have this career goal in mind. Her younger years were spent in pursuit of one thing: theater. But she eventually got to the point when she needed to make a change. That eventually lead her to where she is today. And she’s really good at what she does.
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Your Mid Year Review

- - Goals

Do you even remember the beginning of this year?

January is a long ways away. And with it is the blank canvas of a brand new year.

People like to talk about goals and resolutions at the turn of the calendar. There are good reasons for that— after the break of the holidays, they’re ready to jump in. With the turn of the calendar date, everything feels new and possible.

But can you even remember your resolutions at this point?

No matter what goals you set, or didn’t set in January, and no matter what resolutions you kept or didn’t keep— I’d like to issue you a challenge:

We’re halfway through the year. It’s time to do a Mid Year Review and consider what you can dream up, instigate, imagine, hustle on, create, and make happen by 2019.

Anything that’s happened thus far is either progress or a sunk cost.
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Finding Your Way After College with Paul Girgis

Paul Girgis is an old and close friend.  Of all the guests on this podcast, I know him better and have shared more life with him.  He’s gone through a big shift in his career in the past few years.  I’ll let him tell the story, but it’s a really good one.

I think there’s a number of moments in his story that could be helpful for listeners.  How he’s moved from what he should do to what he wants to do.  How he continues to learn, grow, and pivot as he goes.  How he’s moves ahead with what he knows— knowing that he can’t have it all figured out and planned out.  And how he’s enjoying the process.

And so grateful for the chance to share this conversation with you.
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How Mindset Changes Everything with Caitlin Pyle

Like many of us, Caitlin Pyle started a very important journey in her life in an unexpected way.  She lost her job.  As with every great story, it always begin with an inciting incident.  This was Caitlin’s.

What happened next is what matters the most: she took what she knew, leaned into it, and scaled up, and up, and up.

Today Caitlin is a tremendously successful online entrepreneur, blogger, podcaster.  She’s the founder of Proofread Anywhere, the Work at Home School, which I was lucky to be a part of, Work at home Heros, and so much more.

My conversation with Caitlin was exactly what I needed.  If I were to summarize our conversation in one word it’s mindset. Mindset.  Mindset.

Caitlin shares some of the major shifts in mindset that allowed her to go from where she was to where she is today, and invites us all to redefine ourselves, our work, and what we think is possible for us.

This is a show that I will be going back to and listening in again.  It’s that important.  You’re in for a treat!
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Millennials and How to Be an Adult (at any age!) with Paul Angone

Paul Angone has something to say to 20-somethings, but not just 20-somethings. He has something to say to anyone who is in some sort of transition. If you’re asking questions like, What’s next? Who am I? What am I doing with my life?— he has something to say to you.

Paul Angone is an author, speaker, and consultant with a two fold focus, on one hand he helps organizations understand the needs and desires of today’s younger generations.
On the other, he helps people navigate the biggest career and life questions.

He writes at AllGroanup.com and is the author of 101 Secrets for your Twenties, All Groan up, and his newest work, 101 Questions you need to ask in Your Twenties.
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