I'll be honest. I've been in a funk. It's like self-doubt central over here.
So, instead of the normal Monday guest episode, I decided to talk about it. Also, I read an excerpt from this week’s book giveaway, The War of Art, by Steven Pressfield.
If you want to make a business out of your podcast, I've got some great news for you. It's totally possible.
This episode is a response to The Fizzle Show episode 89 in which Chase, Corbett and Barrett answered a question I submitted about podcasting vs blogging.
My wife used to sell coffee. I used to be a journalist. A friend of mine used to be a audio engineer.
We all used to be something. And now we’re something different. Maybe you used to be single, but now have a family to support. Maybe you used to be too afraid of risk or filled with self-doubt or unable to step into the unknown and do something remarkable.
If there’s one constant in our little breath of an existence, it’s change. Life is an ever-continuing series of seasons. If we obsess over our “future” we’ll miss the beauty and opportunities of the season we’re in.
Don’t do that.
James Clear. Where the hell do you begin with a guy like this? He’s an entrepreneur, weightlifter, travel photographer, author and regular writer at JamesClear.com.
It was my honor to talk to him for an hour. I loved his perceptive on following one’s “passion” and what it really means to do creative work.
According to James, the Muse can be scheduled. I tend to believe him and I think you will too after listen to this episode.
We even geeked out about camera gear for few minutes toward the end.
In his own words, “I’m just a country boy trying to make a difference.”