Preparation is key! John Pimental started piecing an aviation career together long before his job as a P.E. teacher went dry. Being laid off didn't spiral him and his family into a season of despair, but rather propelled (no pun intended) into a new and exciting career. Hear how he prepared financially which position him to take the leap into being a commercial airline pilot.
Adam Dince, author of Hopeful to Hired, has the goods when it comes to landing that first job or making a transition into a job of more significance. Topics covered include taking the right risk, maturing your soft skills and networking with purpose. This episode is a MUST LISTEN if a two-week notice is in your future.
Dan and Laura Suedbeck had great corporate jobs. Dan was a golf professional at a prestigious Minneapolis golf course. Laura loved her co-workers, but they traded it in to take their online business on road traveling the country in an RV.
Tim Mattern is the poster-child of "Two-Week Notice". By the age of 29, Tim was the General Manager of Green Mill Restaurant in Willmar, MN. But something was missing. Through the advice of his father, Tim took an 8-week class called GPS. This put him on a path of self-discovery as he intentionally and methodically left his job to pursue a career of greater fulfillment.
Tom Truszinski, center director of Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge in Rochester was really good as his financial job. Tom was even featured in the Wall Street Journal for his successes. But inside, he was a mess. Tom was a full-blown alcoholic - not to mention his marriage was crumbling. Hear how a horrific motorcycle accident put him on a path to meet God, thus finding his real purpose in life.
Rachel Cruze, #1 New York Times best-selling author and daughter of Dave Ramsey is on the show to talk about her new book, Love Your Life, Not Theirs. We take on some questions from social media and I ask Rachel her definition of #LivinTheDream.
Former stay-at-home mom, Ali Werder, owner of Ali J Boutique in New London, MN, didn't start a business because she wanted to be an entrepreneur. Creating a women's boutique was her calling. Hear how Ali J finds herself being a better mom because of her drive to chase her passion.
Minneapolis-based singer/songwriter Nick Riley had a childhood dream of pursuing music full-time. But after a decade of working in the corporate world saying "someday", he was finally pushed over the edge to make it "today". Hear the reason Nick took the jump, what he experience and the reason he say he actually waited way too long to pursue his dream.
Steve and Molly Asplin are two Minnesota 20-somethings. They had the corporate jobs with the suburbia home. But something was missing. This feeling eventually led them to quitting their jobs, selling their home and going on a five-month around-the-world excursion! You want the POWER to be #LivinTheDream, listen to how Steve and Molly internally positioned themselves to live the life they want.