Another inspiring story of someone who is living their passion and dream of doing what they love for a living.
Sandra Lewis is the founder of Life At The Table. She asks the most important question of the day: “What’s for dinner?” Life At The Table educates, inspires and motivates people to cook and create community around the table and at home.
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Do you have a full-time job that pays the bills? Do wish you could do something else that would fuel a passion while earning extra money? My guest in this episode is Sue Moore who knows all too well what it means to find a “side hustle” to help s sometimes-depleted bank account.
One of the fastest growing segments in the American workforce are side earners–people who keep their regular, full-time job, and then find something to supplement that income with more. This episode covers:
- How to find these opportunities
- What the typical hurdles might be
- Gives you some ideas on how much you can make
- Describes what your daily routine might be like
“Side Hustle Sue” Moore is a “recovering banker” who successfully transitioned from the financial services world into this fast-growing segment of earners. She loves to tell her interesting story and is an inspiration to those who need that push to get started.Post Views: 1,308
Everyone has had some kind of adversity in their life at some point. Some things are extremely visible to others; sometimes it’s not so easily seem by a bystander. However, no matter what way it shows up, it still can derail you. It’s a choice to face it and figure out a way to work it out. Sometimes we can figure it out on our own; sometimes we need some help.
Our guest today, Todd Drake, has overcome some tremendous obstacles and thrived on the other side. He is the president and owner of Todd Drake Diamonds. A veteran of the corporate world, he got away from the grind and helped his family in areas where he was trained, to help them take their business to the next level. A competitive athlete, too, Todd enjoys a great game of baseball when he can pry himself away from his business.Post Views: 482
In this day and age we hear so much about people, especially women, feeling like they aren’t good enough, smart enough or pretty enough, among other things. Feelings of not being good enough can impact not only our professional work life, but our personal relationships as well.
Knowing your core identity, and, consequently, your place in the world around you can be life-changing. And it can help give you power you didn’t know you had.
My guest today has helped thousands of people discover their core identity and with it the value in life they have coming to them.Post Views: 359