Sometimes in the busyness of starting and growing a business, we can get so focused on our work and lose sight of the other things that matter in our lives. But what if those things are essential to our fulfillment and success - both in our lives and our work? It’s too important not to take a deeper look.
If you want to have both a business and a life that is fulfilling, you won’t want to miss my conversation with my friend and the host of the Growth Now Movement podcast, Justin Schenck.
Justin is the host of the top rated podcast Growth Now Movement and founder of Growth Now, LLC which is a full service podcast production and coaching company. He has been named a Top 8 Podcaster to Follow by INC Magazine and chosen as an ‘Icon of Influence’ in the new media space. He now helps individuals unlock their passions and live life fully.
In this episode, Justin shares the story of launching his podcast and how personal tragedy redefined the focus of his show, the common characteristics he’s observed among successful entrepreneurs, and how he’s learned to prioritize the things that are important to him.
Some other highlights from our conversation include:
-The importance of relationships in all aspects of life
-Why being “selfish” is the most selfless thing you can do
-The analogy that shows the importance of making time for what matters most
Please join me for this conversation and let’s consider together the importance of investing in all the areas of our lives in order to find the fulfillment we all desire in life.
Growth Now Movement - https://growthnowmovement.com/
Purpose Driven Podcaster - https://www.purposedrivenpodcaster.com/
Growth Now Apparel - https://growthnowapparel.com/
Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/justintschenck/
Resources Mentioned in This Episode
Who Moved My Cheese by Spencer Johnson - https://bookshop.org/a/1378/9780399144462
Ray Edwards - https://rayedwards.com/
75 Hard Challenge - https://andyfrisella.com/pages/75hard-info
The Moments That Make Us by Pete Evick - https://bookshop.org/a/1378/9780692288139