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Kelsey Humphreys on Going Solo {Podcast Episode #63}

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KelseyHumphreysHeadShot Kelsey Humphreys joins me on the podcast today. She is passionate about personal development and entrepreneurship. She is a speaker, consultant, coach and writer. Her new book, Go Solo: How to Quit the Job You Hate and Start a Small Business You Love. On this episode, we talk about:

  • Leaving something you like (or do well) to pursue your passion
  • Wanting more in life
  • Her new book, Go Solo, and why she is so passionate about helping others do what they love
  • You can’t reach your peak by wandering there
  • Entrepreneurs have lots of ideas. You may fail, but don’t be afraid to do it again
  • We often get pushback from people who are closest to us
  • Change what it looks like to do the thing you love
  • It’s so different to be energized throughout the whole day
  • Stuck is our own fear
  • Put your finger on why you’re stuck and make a plan to take steps
  • “All of this to say, if you’re approaching Mount Terrifying, you’re probably doing something right. Without risk, without challenging ourselves, without pushing our hearts until they are pound pound pounding, what are we doing? Just existing? Just wandering.”

You can connect with Kelsey on Twitter, Facebook, and her website. Be sure to pick up a copy of her book and leave her a review.   GoSoloBookCover   Do you dream of going solo? Share in the comments below.

Abbie Unger on Following Your Passion {Podcast Episode #62}

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Abbie Unger joins me on the podcast today. She is a former flight attendant who is passionate about helping people chase their dream of being in the industry. She is the founder of Flight Attendant Career Connection, an author, coach and entrepreneur.

On this episode, we talk about:

  • How her passion for the travel industry inspired a dream
  • How she noticed the patterns that led to her business
  • How talking about what she loved inspired others to ask for her help
  • There are communities of people out there that want to talk about the same thing you are passionate about
  • It’s never too late to follow your dream
  • How she wrote her book in 30 days
  • How she grew her Facebook group to over 7K members
  • How to manage the complexities of a Facebook group
  • How she got featured on Facebook Stories
  • Balancing being a mom with her career
  • What did you want to be when you were little? How can they translate into today?
  • Your true passions come to the surface when you are younger

You can follow her Facebook Page here. You can also follow her on Twitter and Facebook as well. You can check out her book here and her website here.

 

Empty Shelf Challenge Books #27-31

Earlier this year, I joined Jon Acuff and tons of other people for his Empty Shelf Challenge. You can read more about how I started it here. You can also see a list of all of the books by searching the category “Sharing Great Books” to the right of this post.

Here are the latest books I’ve added to the empty shelf. Since I read some on Kindle, and give some away, they may not all show in the picture.

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#27 Sentness: Six Postures of Missional Christians by Kim Hammond and Darren Cronshaw

I recently met Kim when he spoke at our church. I love his heart for living in the present moment and making a difference in the world around us. This book is a great read and it challenges you to think about how you can start living missionally where you currently are.

#28 Stronger than Coffee: The Power of Community by the Tulsa 5 Club

This book has special meaning because it was written by friends from an online community called Dreamers & Builders. For the past year, they have been meeting at 5am every Friday morning to help challenge each other to dream and live life differently. I’d love it if you’d support them  and pick up this beautiful book. You can also follow them through #Tulsa5Club on Twitter.

#29 7: An Experimental Mutiny by Jen Hatmaker

7 is the true story of how Jen (along with her husband and her children to varying degrees) took seven months, identified seven areas of excess, and made seven simple choices to fight back against the modern-day diseases of greed, materialism, and overindulgence. This book made me stop and think about what excess looks like in my life and how I can learn to live with less.

#30 Podcasting Good to Great: How to Grow your Audience through Collaboration by Jared Easley

This was a great book from my friend Jared Easley. He provides a behind-the-scenes look at how podcasters can build influential platforms. He discusses various strategies for networking, even when you can’t leave home to attend pricey conferences. It provides a proven roadmap that will launch you into becoming a great connector and influencer, and ultimately a person that your audience will value even more. Jared is the real deal, and has helped me and so many others learn that generosity and noticing people are so important. I’d love it if you’d check it out and support Jared.

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#31 The Noticer Returns by Andy Andrews

I loved this book. It was a gift from my friend Matt Ham (you should check out all the awesome stuff he is doing.) I love receiving and giving books as gifts! This was a really easy read packed with powerful messages. This is one of my favorite quotes:

“One seed, carefully tended, contains within it the power to change the world, for that single seed can yield an uncountable and ever-increasing number of seeds just as valuable.”

WOW! That is so true. I’m a big fan of Andy Andrews’ writing, and would highly recommend it. I passed this on to someone else, who I’m hoping will continue to pass it on to others.

What are you reading? I’d love to get some new books to add to my list!

 

 

 

Jared Easley on Starving the Doubts {Podcast Episode #61}

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Jared Easley joins me on the podcast today. He is an entrepreneur, podcast host, co-founder of the Podcast Movement, and an extremely generous person. I loved talking with him about his journey, and I think you will gain some incredible insight from him.

On this episode, we talk about:

  • How he started Starve the Doubts
  • Why generosity is so important
  • How you can’t rely on the “one big thing”
  • Some of his favorite interviews
  • The best conversations for him are the ones with compelling stories
  • What are we not asking for?
  • How can we think about things a little differently?
  • Don’t just set your eyes on the top of the mountain. There are people climbing up the mountain with great stories
  • How The Podcast Movement began
  • Taking action is so important
  • Remember the people who aren’t where you are yet, and help them
  • What can you say NO to?
  • Embrace the season that you’re in
  • Surround yourself with things that are going to encourage you
  • Stay generous and stay creative
  • Start by noticing other people
  • Over time, rapport generates reciprocity
  • Be creative with what you CAN do
  • Look for clues about what people are looking for
  • “The rising tide lifts all the boats” – John F. Kennedy

 

You can listen to Jared on his awesome podcast, Starve the Doubts. Be sure to leave him a comment and an honest review. Also, check out his book, Podcasting Good to Great: How to Grow Your Audience through Collaboration, and learn more about Podcast Movement.

 

Megan Starbuck on Tiny Houses and Big Dreams {Podcast Episode #60}

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Megan Starbuck joins me on the podcast today. She is an idealist and an optimist who has paid off over $25K in debt, and is passionate about creating a life that matters.

On this episode, we talk about:

  • Living a life of intention
  • Having a sense of adventure
  • Her desire to try to live differently
  • How her love of traveling led her to become a world traveler
  • “Once you do things you love, people will see that”
  • A tiny house represents independence and the flexibility to travel
  • How she paid off over $25K in debt
  • Know what is important to you
  • Don’t give up everything
  • Her love and support of missionaries
  • Life circumstances might slow you down, but don’t let it stop you
  • You don’t have to make changes in your life, but you GET to

You can follow Megan on her website, Twitter, and Facebook.

Let her know what you liked about the show!

 

 

 

 

 

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