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Thank God it’s Friday!
Isn’t that a quote that 99% of people seem to say?
Well, if you want to be the wealthiest and happiest that you can be, it is often the case that you don’t want to do what everyone else is doing.
You can – and should – do work that gets you supremely excited inside. You can – and should – look forward to Monday’s, per today’s guest, Barrett Brooks.
Barrett is a coach, entrepreneur and TedX speaker (must watch below!). He came on the YoPro Wealth podcast to share exactly how to both find and excel in a career that you love.
In This Podcast, You’ll Learn:
- How to overcome hitting rock bottom.
- The first step to turn your life around.
- What you need to do during the first few years of your career.
- Why you need to become an expert at something.
- How to find your passion and perfect career.
- The difference of how young professionals think.
- How to create a unique and successful career around your greatest skill.
- Why you need to develop perspectives first.
- How to know when to quit, and when to persevere.
- Why proficiency trumps passion.
- The growth and fixed mindsets – what they are and how they differ.
- Why people are the most important piece of the equation.
- And much, much more.
Per Barrett, those that are passionate and engaged (as he calls it, ‘living for Monday’) have 3 common characteristics:
- They do work based on their beliefs
- They make getting better the goal every single day
- They find power in people (network)
Ask yourself: are you living for the weekend or excited come Monday?
Plus, how do you stack up with these 3 characteristics? If you’re not doing all three, just know that you can. Listen into the podcast to learn how to do each one of these steps in detail.
- “Go pick up a book that looks interesting to you in the next several days, because if you expose yourself to interesting ideas, that’s going to lead you down a path where you can take complete control of your path and where your future is heading.”