How we can experience life as much as we can without “the career” getting in the way
I’ve enjoyed many interesting conversations since I started this podcast in June 2017. Through interviews with gracious guests, I’ve learned of different inciting incidents for a career change and as many varied perspectives on fears, risks, and challenges.
One of the most memorable conversations I’ve had the privilege of having is with Tim DeBellis — aeronautics engineer turned management consultant in the Healthcare Industry, turned coffee-shop-owner and operator, turned Real Estate professional.
His view on life experiences and careers is definitely one of the most refreshing ones I’ve heard. Instead of his career becoming a pair of handcuffs that chains him to one path, Tim uses career shifts to go with the flow, try out things, and experience different aspects of life.
My conversation with Tim originally aired back in July 2017 in Episode 11. But I want to share it again on the podcast. For the new listeners who may not have discovered it yet. And as a reminder for those of us who’ve already heard it before.
Tim’s view on maximizing life’s experiences really resonated with me. Life is indeed finite. Let’s get resolved to never waste too much of it, doing things we hate or those that only weaken us.
Instead, let’s have the goal to always be looking out for the spaces where we can grow, be more of who we want to be, and do more of what we want out of life.
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