The Real Deal with Jason Silverman with Best Selling Author, Dan Miller
Welcome to this edition of THE REAL DEAL with Jason Silverman!
Jason Silverman got a chance to catch up with with Best Selling Author, Speaker and Business Development Expert, Dan Miller and pick his brain for your benefit. Dan shared some really helpful Insight about how to go about developing the career of your dreams. You’re going to get a ton of value from this one!
Strap yourself in and get ready! This is going to be great!
A little about Dan Miller…
Dan is the author of the New York Times best-selling 48 Days To The Work You Love , No More Dreaded Mondays and Wisdom meets Passion. He has been a guest on CBS’ ‘The Early Show,’ MSNBC’s ‘Hardball with Chris Mathews,’ Moody MidDay Connection, and the Dave Ramsey Show. Dan has spoken at the White House Christian Fellowship, and is in high demand at national conferences on changes in the workplace, and at universities and business conferences. Over 130,000 people have subscribed to his weekly newsletter, his 48 Days Podcast consistently ranks in the top 3 under Careers on iTunes, and the 48Days.net business community is viewed as an example around the world for those seeking to find – or create – work they love.
Listen to today’s podcast and discover:
1.) How did Dan end up writing books on finding the work you love and doing life coaching?
2.) What is the recipe for finding the work you love?
3.) Why people end up in occupations vs. vocations and the reasons they stay in those occupations?
4.) Making the transition from a job you loathe to a career you can “play in” and get paid for. What has to happen for this to occur?
5.) How would a person “re-invent” themselves in their current job if they were not willing to jump off the cliff to find a new work?
6.) The biggest obstacles to why people don’t find the work they love.
7.) How to define a successful “whole life?”
8.) So many people don’t know where to start to find their purpose and how to use that purpose through their work. What are some simple steps to get the ball rolling?
9.) What are the keys to becoming your own boss and why should people consider this in today’s world?
10.) What should be included in someone’s life plan? Why do people spend more time planning vacations than planning their own life?