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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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The Benefits of Mindful Journaling with Marc Champagne

Is journaling helpful?  What is mindful journaling, what are it’s benefits, and how do you do it?

These are a few of the questions that I brought to Marc Champagne, the co-founder of Kyo—  a journalling app that seeks to help bring mindfulness to busy modern life.

Marc created Kyo out of his own need and desire.  As it grew, he was faced with a decision— should he risk big and quit a job he loved to pursue a passion project or play it safe?​

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How to Find Work You Love with Scott Barlow

Scott Barlow struggled to land on a major that fit in college.  He just never felt like he knew what he wanted to do. It wasn’t until he was fired from his first job, which he hated, that he really began trying to find something that was a good fit for him. Scott found his way into HR and eventually discovered both a knack for and interest in helping people answer the same kinds of questions that he struggled with back in college.

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Career Change From Engineer to Artist with Tom Froese

Tom Froese didn’t pass art class his Senior Year. He went on to study computer networking and engineering.

After graduation, he began pursuing his art on the side. Over time he found ways to make more opportunities for himself. Today he is a Commercial Artist and Illustrator.

In this episode, Tom shares why he believes it’s important to take the longer view and have a strategic approach because it takes time to become a full-time artist. These days he appreciates all the twists and turns on the journey and says the path took him exactly where he needed to go to get to where he is today.
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