After reading a comment on YouTube about how to earn a good income without a boring job, today’s guest Joe Barnes made it his mission to find a framework that enables this. Hint: there are three ways.
When I left my full-time job at Costco, it felt like a giant leap. So I was excited to have Joe Barnes on the show to hear more about his Three Paths to pursuing your dream job. He set up Escape The System – a resource for entrepreneurs, dreamers, and world-changers. He’s also the author of Do The Work You Love. By freeing your mind from society’s conditioning and finding a passion, you’re on track to living the life you want.
Tune in as we learn how to escape boring jobs, how he strategically became an author – his dream job – and what he learnt from two ridiculous tennis matches.
- The boring job John did
- What do we actually mean by “choosing your passion”?
- The Three Paths
- Advice to the adventurous who go ‘all-in’ with a change
- How to stop your passions from fizzling away
- Dealing with fear when making the career change
- Advice to people who think it’s ‘past their time’
- Lessons learnt from being a tennis coach
- Joe’s relationship with time
“There’s something inside of you that needs expression.”– Joe Barnes
- Do The Work You Love | Amazon
- Episode 229: Exploring Digital Minimalism with Cal Newport
- Episode 73: Deep Work with Cal Newport
- So Good They Can’t Ignore You | Amazon
- ‘Follow Your Passion’ Is Bad Advice
- Beau Carnes’ blog post
- Episode 251: Being a Late Bloomer with Rich Karlgaard
- Episode 234: Bolder with Carl Honoré
- What 2 Ridiculous Tennis Matches Taught Me About Mental Toughness And Life
- The Inner Game of Tennis | Amazon
- The Score Takes Care of Itself | Amazon
- Screw The System YouTube Channel
- Joe’s Instagram
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