Friend of the show and Entrepreneur on Fire John Lee Dumas (@johnleedumas) joins us to address a common concern of a lot of people have about leaving behind a miserable corporate job to pursue entrepreneurial ambitions.
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On This Week’s Feedback Friday, We Discuss:
- You’re at a new job and they’ve already pegged you as the “quiet” one. But what do they really mean?
- How do you find a tribe of like-minded, growth-oriented people who don’t seem like they’re part of some motivational cult?
- After so many “we should hang outs” without follow-ups, should you just accept that a best friend isn’t in the cards for you at this point?
- With a full-time job, supportive girlfriend, and research papers taking up most of your time, how and where can you find opportunities to grow your skill set?
- You’re young, successful, and ready for a relationship — but you can’t seem to find anyone whose drive goes beyond Netflix and work. Where should you be looking?
- You’re good at chatting when given interesting subjects to talk about, but have no skills in coming up with those subjects. How do you create meaningful conversations from scratch?
- You’ve got a great job and a comfortable lifestyle, but you regret never finishing college or following your intended career path. Are you a fool to go back to school?
- Even though you know the entrepreneurial life is right for you, how do you politely convey to your well-meaning but kind of clueless friends that you’re not looking for another corporate job?
- Recommendation of the Week: Strong Ending — A Journey from Combat to Comedy
- Quick shoutouts to Vivek at Google and Michael Clobes!
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Resources from This Episode:
- TJHS 132: Andy Molinsky | How to Extend the Reach of Rapport Across Cultures
- TJHS 133: Tom Bilyeu | The Secret to Making Powerful Friends
- Harness the Power of the Ben Franklin Effect to Get Someone to Like You by Shana Lebowitz, Business Insider
- How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie
- Disrupted: My Misadventure in the Start-Up Bubble by Dan Lyons
- Strong Ending — A Journey from Combat to Comedy