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Doesn't anyone love what they do for a living? Can't a I find a source of income that am passionate about? Is there a source of income out there that is right for me?? YES YES and YES!!! There are so many different sources of income in the world, let us help by diving into detailed interviews with people who are Passionate about what they do for a living and actually LOVE THEIR JOBS and the lives they live. You can too! Join us on this adventure as we explore some fun, cool, eccentric and exciting ways that people make a living....AND LOVE IT!!

Latest Episodes

43. Kevin Basham - Co-Founder of Plastics Expert

Why do we look at Entrepreneurship as a status symbol? Kevin tells us what it is really like to be an entrepreneur including the roller coaster that is the journey. He discusses the difference between making a living and building an asset and having a long term strategy. Kevin dives in deep in this one. Thanks again Kevin!

42 min2017 APR 24
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43. Kevin Basham - Co-Founder of Plastics Expert

42. Dana Baffuto of Dash Multisport

In this very special interview, Dana shares with us her journey that lead to creating Dash Multisport and how she organized an entire Triathalon from scratch! Don't forget to stay up to date on all of their upcoming events: http://dashmultisport.wixsite.com/dash Sign up for the Triathalon scheduled for July 15th 2017!! https://runsignup.com/Race/NJ/Liberty/TRIMountainLake

29 min2017 FEB 6
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42. Dana Baffuto of Dash Multisport

41. From Corporate to Angel Investor with Michael Panesis

From Working for a Global Corporation, to Entrepreneur and then getting laid off by the company you helped build, Mike doesn't pull any punches and shares lots of great information with us about his career journey.

55 min2016 MAY 17
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41. From Corporate to Angel Investor with Michael Panesis

James Wightman: Co-Founder of Rebel Advisors

Today we are joined by James Wightman who is the co-founder of Rebel Advisors. In addition to the Rebel Advisors book, James and Kristen Cruz have created a powerful resource for anyone who is not sure what they want to do with their lives, especially for those who don't fit the conventional mold. If you want to become a doctor, accountant or lawyer etc, formal education may be for you. If you feel like the outdated career paths and expensive education that goes along with it is not for you, then you might be just the kind of Rebel that James and Kristen help. Stop by the website for (in addition to a free chapter of their book) for resources to help you find non traditional career paths, resources to find which path might be right for you and even connect with your very own rebel advisor! www.RebelAdvisors.org

35 min2016 APR 4
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James Wightman: Co-Founder of Rebel Advisors

39. Roadtrip Nation

www.roadtripnation.com Annie Mais shares the story of Brian, Nathan and Mike, who (much like many of the Passion For Work Nation) had NO IDEA what they wanted to do for work after college. did they just take any job and try to make money? NO They jumped in an RV and started traveling around the country and started interviewing interesting people in cool lines of work all over the US! Now Roadtrip Nation has an online TV series and they are on their 12th season! If you want to explore some of the coolest jobs out there, or just looking to find inspiration, you need to explore RoadtripNation.com

38 min2016 MAR 9
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39. Roadtrip Nation

38. Book Review "The Niche Movement" by Kevin O'Connell

Book Review Notes of "The Niche Movement" Get your copy at www.thenichemovement.com The Niche Movement Book Review By Kevin O’Connell Know yourself and embrace it People who use their strengths every day are 6 times more likely to be engaged on the job What are your strengths? What are your weaknesses? What do people around you say that you are really good at? What is the least favorite part of the role that you are currently in? What is your most favorite part? Is there a job that involves more of THAT part? What is missing? Is it in line with your life goals? Want to Travel? Spend More Time With Family Give yourself permission to experience the “wrong fit”. What are 3 things that you would do for Free Surround yourself with success If you can’t find a job you are passionate about, create it yourself. Gary Vaynerchuk: between the ages of 16-22. Find someone that you most want to be like and work for them for free (suggested 2 summers). I believe that this will work no matter wh...

30 min2016 FEB 22
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38. Book Review "The Niche Movement" by Kevin O'Connell

37. Tanuja Ramchal's Transition From Wall Street to Entrepreneur

Join us while we explore Tanuja's journey of finding a stable job with a great income on Wall Street and how she decided to give it all up to pursue her dreams.

49 min2016 JAN 21
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37. Tanuja Ramchal's Transition From Wall Street to Entrepreneur

36. Author of The Niche Movement Kevin O'Connell

This Episode with Kevin O'Connell is SPECTACULAR! Talk about a guest that really understands the Passion For Work Community. Join us as Kevin talks Higher Education, Career Exploration and how to start to narrow down the things you DON'T loveso you can begin to find what you DO!! Kevin is anentrepreneur,digital storyteller, andfounder of The Niche Movementa community of young professionals helping others find the work they love. Kevin currently runs his own digital storytelling agency helping organizations who are passionate about what they do tell their story based out of Washington, DC. Kevin spent 8+ years working in several student affairs functions from student leadership to marketing and before he took the leap of faith to go out on his own he worked at Rutgers University as the Marketing and Social Media Director for the recreation department. In June 2015 he published his first book, that was funded on Kickstarter, titledThe Niche Movement:The New Rules to Finding The Career...

44 min2016 JAN 12
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36. Author of The Niche Movement Kevin O'Connell

35. Mike Rayburn on Becoming a Virtuoso

Mike Rayburn. Check him out at http://www.mikerayburn.com International Keynote Speaker inspiring audiences using music and comedy. Challenging audiences to turn problems into opportunities and dares us all to ask “What If?” His message: Make a choice to become a Virtuoso. What is a Virtuoso? In music it means to become the very best. Not just at work but in life, at home, with your family. Resolve to be the VERY BEST! Most of us are working because…it works. Its easy. We are coasting. The problem is that you only coast downhill! Most people prefer to be self-taught. The problem is that the Teacher is Not That Good. You need to find something that you are Passionate about AND good at! Then make the choice to be the absolute best at it. Anything that you want to do that is worth doing or being good at will take time. So… Just Start.. “You cant steer a parked car.” The universe seems to like it when we align our passion, what we are good at and effort! How to transition to a job...

38 min2016 JAN 4
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35. Mike Rayburn on Becoming a Virtuoso

34. Tattoo Artist Sara Kay

Tattooing is not just cool, it is art in its sincerest form. Now imagining drawing, except you can't erase a mistake and the canvas is another person's body. Despite these challenges, Sara has put her skills to work as she follows her passion by becoming a Tattoo Artist. The artwork she creates is incredible and unbelievable unique. Follow Sara to see the latest and support this amazing artist. Instagram: @thesarakay Check out her Website: thesarakay.com

48 min2015 DEC 21
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34. Tattoo Artist Sara Kay

Latest Episodes

43. Kevin Basham - Co-Founder of Plastics Expert

Why do we look at Entrepreneurship as a status symbol? Kevin tells us what it is really like to be an entrepreneur including the roller coaster that is the journey. He discusses the difference between making a living and building an asset and having a long term strategy. Kevin dives in deep in this one. Thanks again Kevin!

42 min2017 APR 24
Comments
43. Kevin Basham - Co-Founder of Plastics Expert

42. Dana Baffuto of Dash Multisport

In this very special interview, Dana shares with us her journey that lead to creating Dash Multisport and how she organized an entire Triathalon from scratch! Don't forget to stay up to date on all of their upcoming events: http://dashmultisport.wixsite.com/dash Sign up for the Triathalon scheduled for July 15th 2017!! https://runsignup.com/Race/NJ/Liberty/TRIMountainLake

29 min2017 FEB 6
Comments
42. Dana Baffuto of Dash Multisport

41. From Corporate to Angel Investor with Michael Panesis

From Working for a Global Corporation, to Entrepreneur and then getting laid off by the company you helped build, Mike doesn't pull any punches and shares lots of great information with us about his career journey.

55 min2016 MAY 17
Comments
41. From Corporate to Angel Investor with Michael Panesis

James Wightman: Co-Founder of Rebel Advisors

Today we are joined by James Wightman who is the co-founder of Rebel Advisors. In addition to the Rebel Advisors book, James and Kristen Cruz have created a powerful resource for anyone who is not sure what they want to do with their lives, especially for those who don't fit the conventional mold. If you want to become a doctor, accountant or lawyer etc, formal education may be for you. If you feel like the outdated career paths and expensive education that goes along with it is not for you, then you might be just the kind of Rebel that James and Kristen help. Stop by the website for (in addition to a free chapter of their book) for resources to help you find non traditional career paths, resources to find which path might be right for you and even connect with your very own rebel advisor! www.RebelAdvisors.org

35 min2016 APR 4
Comments
James Wightman: Co-Founder of Rebel Advisors

39. Roadtrip Nation

www.roadtripnation.com Annie Mais shares the story of Brian, Nathan and Mike, who (much like many of the Passion For Work Nation) had NO IDEA what they wanted to do for work after college. did they just take any job and try to make money? NO They jumped in an RV and started traveling around the country and started interviewing interesting people in cool lines of work all over the US! Now Roadtrip Nation has an online TV series and they are on their 12th season! If you want to explore some of the coolest jobs out there, or just looking to find inspiration, you need to explore RoadtripNation.com

38 min2016 MAR 9
Comments
39. Roadtrip Nation

38. Book Review "The Niche Movement" by Kevin O'Connell

Book Review Notes of "The Niche Movement" Get your copy at www.thenichemovement.com The Niche Movement Book Review By Kevin O’Connell Know yourself and embrace it People who use their strengths every day are 6 times more likely to be engaged on the job What are your strengths? What are your weaknesses? What do people around you say that you are really good at? What is the least favorite part of the role that you are currently in? What is your most favorite part? Is there a job that involves more of THAT part? What is missing? Is it in line with your life goals? Want to Travel? Spend More Time With Family Give yourself permission to experience the “wrong fit”. What are 3 things that you would do for Free Surround yourself with success If you can’t find a job you are passionate about, create it yourself. Gary Vaynerchuk: between the ages of 16-22. Find someone that you most want to be like and work for them for free (suggested 2 summers). I believe that this will work no matter wh...

30 min2016 FEB 22
Comments
38. Book Review "The Niche Movement" by Kevin O'Connell

37. Tanuja Ramchal's Transition From Wall Street to Entrepreneur

Join us while we explore Tanuja's journey of finding a stable job with a great income on Wall Street and how she decided to give it all up to pursue her dreams.

49 min2016 JAN 21
Comments
37. Tanuja Ramchal's Transition From Wall Street to Entrepreneur

36. Author of The Niche Movement Kevin O'Connell

This Episode with Kevin O'Connell is SPECTACULAR! Talk about a guest that really understands the Passion For Work Community. Join us as Kevin talks Higher Education, Career Exploration and how to start to narrow down the things you DON'T loveso you can begin to find what you DO!! Kevin is anentrepreneur,digital storyteller, andfounder of The Niche Movementa community of young professionals helping others find the work they love. Kevin currently runs his own digital storytelling agency helping organizations who are passionate about what they do tell their story based out of Washington, DC. Kevin spent 8+ years working in several student affairs functions from student leadership to marketing and before he took the leap of faith to go out on his own he worked at Rutgers University as the Marketing and Social Media Director for the recreation department. In June 2015 he published his first book, that was funded on Kickstarter, titledThe Niche Movement:The New Rules to Finding The Career...

44 min2016 JAN 12
Comments
36. Author of The Niche Movement Kevin O'Connell

35. Mike Rayburn on Becoming a Virtuoso

Mike Rayburn. Check him out at http://www.mikerayburn.com International Keynote Speaker inspiring audiences using music and comedy. Challenging audiences to turn problems into opportunities and dares us all to ask “What If?” His message: Make a choice to become a Virtuoso. What is a Virtuoso? In music it means to become the very best. Not just at work but in life, at home, with your family. Resolve to be the VERY BEST! Most of us are working because…it works. Its easy. We are coasting. The problem is that you only coast downhill! Most people prefer to be self-taught. The problem is that the Teacher is Not That Good. You need to find something that you are Passionate about AND good at! Then make the choice to be the absolute best at it. Anything that you want to do that is worth doing or being good at will take time. So… Just Start.. “You cant steer a parked car.” The universe seems to like it when we align our passion, what we are good at and effort! How to transition to a job...

38 min2016 JAN 4
Comments
35. Mike Rayburn on Becoming a Virtuoso

34. Tattoo Artist Sara Kay

Tattooing is not just cool, it is art in its sincerest form. Now imagining drawing, except you can't erase a mistake and the canvas is another person's body. Despite these challenges, Sara has put her skills to work as she follows her passion by becoming a Tattoo Artist. The artwork she creates is incredible and unbelievable unique. Follow Sara to see the latest and support this amazing artist. Instagram: @thesarakay Check out her Website: thesarakay.com

48 min2015 DEC 21
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34. Tattoo Artist Sara Kay

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