Wed, 25 June 2014
He spent the first half of his professional life chasing the "magazine version" of what he thought success was supposed to look like - travel, big-ticket opportunities, and influence. And, through sweat equity, a solid work ethic, and a strong belief in himself, he caught-up with what he thought he was after.
While things looked to be going well for him, at least on the surface, internally it was a different story. The things that used to excite and light him up, no longer had that same spark to them. He knew something was missing. Comparing his malaise-like symptoms to the effects of a drug that no longer has a kick to it, he did want a lot of people do when experiencing a mid-life crisis, he did his best to "up the dosage". What he learned is that he was tired of the drug.
Internationally known speaker, author,and performance coach Joe Calloway joins us on the show to share his best advice for second-half comeback artists, relaunchers, folks that are ready to begin again.
One of his rookie mistakes
Spending to much time worrying about what other people might think.
Joe's best advice for entrepreneurs, game-changers, and ReLaunch! artists
Instead of asking yourself “What are the big things that make my life fulfilling”, spend time reflecting on”What are the moments that make me happy.”
His life-changing self-taught lesson
Joe realized he couldn't have everything, but he could have what was most important.
If he could time travel and give advice to little Joe
Start saying "no" earlier.