Welcome to the LeaderQuest Podcast Episode 8. This week we are talking about ways to bring passion and purpose to our work.
Work takes up a significant portion of our week. Add on to that family, self-care, hobbies, andlife’s unexpected moments and you’re probably feeling overworked.
But the problem is not really our work. While some may need to focus on working less (those chronically overworked includes those regularly working 50 hours a week or more), the much more likely scenario is that you need to bring more passion and purpose to your work.
Join Elise and I this week as we talk about this topic.
What does it mean to work with passion and purpose?
How can you cultivate?
What are some easy hacks to get the momentum going?
This week, we are talking about the nature of “Changing Seasons.” We all know that life can come at us at a fast pace. We also know that sometimes it’s the unexpected change that causes us the most grief or frustration.
A lost job.
A changing relationship.
An incomplete goal.
How do you handle the changes, those curveballs that life throws at us?
Join Justin and Elise this week as they discuss these topics, some of their own changes, and how to handle the unexpected moments in life.
The seasons of change can be a source of joy and strength if you know how to navigate them.
Join us on this week’s episode of “Changing Seasons” on the LeaderQuest Podcast Episode 7.
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It’s a nasty word that none of us want to deal with. BUT.
Can you actually use it to your advantage?
Join me this week in the discussion on how we can best use our failures to catapult us to greater success.
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