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Freedom, purpose, entrepreneurship, and the pursuit of happiness.

This is my journey in building a life of liberty for myself and my family. I started this podcast as a way to share my thoughts on life and current events, and the things I learn along the way.

Hopefully you find a little nugget of value in each episode that you can apply in your own life.

Do good work.

The Constructive Liberty Podcast Ken Eash

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Freedom, purpose, entrepreneurship, and the pursuit of happiness.

This is my journey in building a life of liberty for myself and my family. I started this podcast as a way to share my thoughts on life and current events, and the things I learn along the way.

Hopefully you find a little nugget of value in each episode that you can apply in your own life.

Do good work.

    Health is Wealth

    Health is Wealth

    Quote of the day:
    You and you alone are the only person who can live the life that can write the story that you were meant to tell. Kerry WashingtonArticles mentioned:

    Flote user highlights:

    My fight with pneumonia and the battle against GSD-less-ness.
    I'll be taking the rest of the year off of podcasting, see you in January.

    • 21 min
    Excelling as a Introvert - with Jenny Toh

    Excelling as a Introvert - with Jenny Toh

    Jenny is an ICF ACC coach who is the director of River Life Coaching Pte. Ltd., her life coaching practice where she coaches individuals to align their career and life goals with their values and strengths. She is currently working on her certification as a PQ Coach under the Positive Intelligence program run by Dr. Shirzad Chamine. Jenny is also a trained lawyer as her earlier career.
    Listen in to today's show to hear how Jenny overcame the stigma that an introvert can't succeed in an extrovert's world, and how you can do the same.

    • 26 min
    Passion for WORK

    Passion for WORK

    Whatever you do, do with determination. You have one life to live; do your work with passion and give your best.
    Alia Bhatt
    Nothing great in the world has ever been accomplished without passion. Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

    Follow your passion, be prepared to work hard and sacrifice, and, above all, don't let anyone limit your dreams. Donovan Bailey

    Passion is one great force that unleashes creativity, because if you're passionate about something, then you're more willing to take risks. Yo-Yo Ma

    If you haven’t guessed by now, passion for the work you do, is the main topic of today’s show.

    News story highlights:
    https://thefreethoughtproject.com/children-mistakenly-given-covid-jab-instead-of-flu-vaccine-now-sick-with-heart-problems (https://thefreethoughtproject.com/children-mistakenly-given-covid-jab-instead-of-flu-vaccine-now-sick-with-heart-problems)

    https://babylonbee.com/news/terrifying-new-halloween-mask-depicts-a-human-face-not-wearing-a-mask (https://babylonbee.com/news/terrifying-new-halloween-mask-depicts-a-human-face-not-wearing-a-mask)

    Find your pizza people.

    Post from a FB friend:
    The Kingdom of God is not driven by financial excess to live in comfortable complacency, and neither is it propelled by a disillusioned sense of piety in poverty. Rather it stimulates a contented faith that your needs will be met in correct portion each day, so that you may always rely only on Him.

    Main topic:

    How Passion at Work Helps You Get Ahead

    A recent study has discovered 88% of people are unhappy in their job. The other 12% experience joy and passion for what they do.

    Are you in this 12%?

    If not, you’re not alone. Sadly, a lack of passion does more than make the day drag. When you’re not enthusiastic about what you do, you’re simply not going to be as productive or even as successful at what you do compared to the individual who gets excited about their job.

    Don’t believe it? Consider these ideas on how passion at work will help you get ahead.

    Passionate People Focus
    You can’t help but be intrigued by the things you’re passionate about. You can’t wait to dive in and see what makes things tick. This kind of focus enables you to see all the moving parts easily. It also keeps you more on task, and less likely to allow interruption as you hate to be pulled away from what you love.

    Passionate People Experience Less Stress
    When you’re passionate, you’re just more relaxed overall. Why would you be stressing about doing something you love? Instead, you’re more likely to feel the satisfaction of doing what you love as you get stuff done.

    Passionate People are Creative
    When you love what you do, you can’t wait to learn more about it. This interest in your work makes you more knowledgeable and more likely to notice things. This leads to more creativity in the course of your day.

    Passionate People Get More Done
    Passion is what wakes up a competitive spirit. You can’t wait to get things done just to see what comes next. All these things mean you’re putting out more work, and are much more likely to finish tasks over someone who isn’t passionate.

    Passionate People Do Better
    When you’re passionate, you’re going to be more interested in the details and will push more to ‘get it right’ just because you can. Being passionate means you’re doing a better quality of work, which is, in turn, noticed by those around you. Hey, think about it. When promotion time comes, who would you rather move up, someone who hates their job and drags through the day or someone enthusiastic, quick to action, and gets the work done?

    Passionate People Have Fun
    Work doesn’t have to be drudgery. When you’re passionate, you’re interested in what you do. This interest makes the day just go faster.

    Passionate People Hate to Go Home at the End of the Day
    This one should sort of speak for itself. When you find yourself wanting to stay and keep...

    • 15 min
    Debunking Social Mantras - with Myles Wakeham

    Debunking Social Mantras - with Myles Wakeham

    Myles is atypical and yet successful. He is a multi-millionaire, having had that status (and lost it) 3 times in his life. Today his final success has led him to tell his story through his appearances on dozens of media outlets and through hosting his podcast “The Unconstrained Podcast”.
    Originally from Adelaide, Australia, Myies began is career as a software developer in the late 1970s, having never even graduated high school. After success in his field, he moved to the USA at the age of 24, with nothing more than a bag of clothes and left a millionaire.

    Myles rejects the social norms of education, 9-5 job, and retirement outright and shows through his methods that one can live a financially sustainable life regardless of background, geography or education. His approach to being a contrarian shows that going against the herd can pay off.
    You can find out more and connect with Myles here:

    httpshttp://www.beunconstrained.com/contact-us (://w)wwhttp://www.beunconstrained.com/contact-us (.b)ehttp://www.beunconstrained.com/contact-us (unconstrained.com/contact-us)
    https://http://www.beunconstrained.com/ (www.beunconstrained.com)

    • 56 min
    Motivation comes from WITHIN

    Motivation comes from WITHIN

    Jump to 15:56 to hear the title topic segment.
    QOTD: You can make excuses, or you can make money ~ Jack Spirko
    https://forms.gle/5AhuusDH2yMPswcv5 (Apply) to join a mastermind for men who want to create bigger IMPACT!!
    News highlight:
    If you have a child in gov schools and voice your concerns about the direction of the “education”, you will now be considered a domestic terrorist. https://m.theepochtimes.com/mkt_morningbrief/school-boards-ask-biden-admin-to-treat-parents-protests-as-domestic-terrorism_4027071.html?utm_source=morningbriefnoeandutm_medium=emailandutm_campaign=mb-2021-10-2andmktids=9c5437771148495ea6f7f01daa7bbbc0andest=7gBkl6Hrkve6HjM9RAmXr6sf3iaDT4TXoRhIo7/dn5pLiim8ZiMPpWt0UlppSgYO (Article)
    News flash, gov officials are corrupt. https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2021/10/1/australias-new-south-wales-premier-quits-over-corruption-probe (Article)
    Gas shortages could make this winter a hard one to get through. https://www.cnbc.com/2021/09/13/europes-gas-shortage-could-make-the-whole-world-pay-more-to-get-warm-this-winter.html (Article)

    Main segment: Why is the cost of labor so dang HIGH?? https://odysee.com/@kennetheash:f/why-is-the-cost-of-labor-so-dang-high:3 (Link to original video)

    Mental boost: your motivation comes from WITHIN.

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    Email questions and comments to: ken@constructiveliberty.com

    • 19 min
    How to NOT Suck at Life - with Connor Boyack

    How to NOT Suck at Life - with Connor Boyack

    I'm re-releasing this as a new episode because the last time only 5 minutes uploaded. If you caught it the first time I released it, start at the 4:45 mark and you'll pick up where the other one cut off.
    Connor Boyack is the founder and president of Libertas Institute an award-winning, free-market think tank.
    From Libertas - "Our strategy and tenacity has yielded an 85% success rate in seeing our proposals enacted into law, with several landmark policies being the first of their kind in the entire country. We've reformed laws on a wide range of issues: drug policy, privacy, transparency, property rights, free association, criminal justice, parental rights, and much, much more. And now we're scaling our work across the country to have a national impact."
    He is the author of https://www.connorboyack.com/blog/media-events#books (several books) along with hundreds of columns and articles championing individual liberty. Connor's work has been publicly praised by national figures such as Ron Paul, Judge Andrew Napolitano, Tom Woods, and many others.
    Among his most recognized books are the Tuttle Twins series, and his newly released book for teens, How to Not Suck at Life.
    Connect with Connor and find his books below:

    • 25 min

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