In this video coaching newsletter I discuss four different emails from four different viewers. The first email is from a viewer who is trying to decide if he should chase money and go work for one of the big wall street banks after he finishes his PHD in finance, go into academia and make less but have more freedom, or possibly start his own business. The other three guys are struggling because they are not completely centered in their purpose and mission in life.
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“You should never chase money. You should follow your passions and explore careers and businesses that excite you and make you come alive. Find a need that lots of people have and want to be filled, and synthesize that into a useful product or service that they will gladly pay for. It is said that it takes about 10,000 hours to become really great at something. Become great at doing something you love to the point that other people can’t take their eyes off of you. You’ll never do the work necessary to become great at something you hate. Money, success and love always comes after following your heart, passion, curiosity and intuition. If you are consumed with passions and actions that make you happy… relationships, money and material things will be compliments to an already great life. If you focus on making your life great, you’ll never get sidetracked into falsely believing that relationships, money or material things will make you happy. You make you happy. You can’t give away what you don’t already have for yourself.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne