Cindy Haugland, owner of Tidy Tightwads, LLC, had no idea when she quit her healthcare job, she’d end up starting a business. Not only did she start a business, she found her calling. If you’re unhappy with your current job/career, you need to hear Cindy’s progression from her unfulfilling day-job to her calling.
After the housing crunch of 2007, realtor Aimee Morice took a stable but highly-demanding corporate job. However, after six of years of endless conference calls, business trips, and being thrown under the bus by co-workers, she had had-it! The day started out like every other day, but by 4pm Aimee was putting in her two-week […]
Brittany Larson was climbing the ranks in her broadcast journalism career and was on the verge making the jump to a bigger market. But it wasn’t the life she wanted. Brittany and I talk about living a life by design and understanding the reasons you don’t like your job. We also chat about the importance […]
Do you complain about your job? Here are three things you need to know if you happen to get a little negative in regards to your place of employment.
Jennifer Mergen not only quit her interior design/marketing job. But, she also sold her house and most of her possessions in order to buy an RV. Now Jennifer is traveling the country taping a TV show, Big Dreams in an RV. We talk extensively about the emotions leading up to her two-week notice and the […]
Paul Aspelin literally interrupted his boss mid-sentence to abruptly quit his job. Then he went home to his wife holding their newborn baby. Hear how two major life events shifted Paul’s view on working 80-hour work weeks and the key ingredient in being able to put in a two-week notice.
Small-town Minnesota girl, Missy Bruggeman, quickly climbed the softball coaching ranks to a Division I school on the east coast. She was #LivinTheDream….sort of. Between knowing her “why” and understanding her personal calling in life, she had plenty of power to put in her two-week notice. Thus, walking away from a dream job.
Do you serve your job or does your job serve you? Your job should serve you and be a tool to be #LivinTheDream.
Danny and Kenny King of King Brothers Clothiers are #LivinTheDream! After high school, the brothers went their separate ways in separate careers. Years later they both put in their two-week notices to focus on creating custom clothing. Danny explains how his emotions and calling led him to leaving his job as a youth pastor. […]
Everything in your life can be a tool used for you to be #LivinTheDream….including your home. Have you identified the life you want and is your home allowing you to life that life?