It’s never too late to follow your dreams. So, in this episode, I’m interviewing somebody very special to me to demonstrate what’s possible when it comes to reinventing your life and taking the steps to turn your passion or hobby into your second career and a new chapter of your story.
My guest this week is Greg Colden. He’s my brother, and his story has inspired me to make some major shifts in my life since leaving my role as a television executive. But today is about his story, how he became one of the happiest people I know, and came to embody the expression, “If you love what you do for a living, you will never work a day in your life.”
Tune in this week to discover the secret to turning your passion into your second career. Greg Colden is sharing how he left the corporate world to start a second chapter of his life. We’re discussing what it takes to step out of your comfort zone, explore what else is possible, and the value of having hobbies, whether or not they turn into your next career.
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What You Will Discover:
- What Greg’s life looked like before he decided to buy a parcel of land in Hawaii.
- The mindset shift Greg made in deciding it was time to change his life immediately, instead of waiting for retirement.
- How Greg found his self-satisfaction after leaving his insurance brokerage.
- Why Greg decided to pursue his hobby of making soap and turn it into a second career.
- How Greg has learned to channel his emotion into a creative practice.
- The sense of reward that Greg gets from the work he’s doing in his second career.
- Why you can’t change your life until you first have the dream.
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