Author Jeff Goins shares a proven path to discovering what you were meant to do based on his 2015 book The Art of Work.
United States
10 episodes
since May 9, 2016


Jeff discusses the process of writing The Art of Work. Show highlights In this episode, Andy Traub and I discuss: The feelings Jeff wrestled with after writing and publishing The Art of Work How being in a bad place vocationally can be a great opportunity to pivot The importance of understanding where you’re at before pursuing your calling What all of us want at the end of our life What The Art of Work and a treasure map have in common Quotes and takeaways The worst thing that can happen in your life is to succeed at the wrong thing Know what you’re doing right now matters Your life matters, it has meaning, and pursuing your calling starts now Thank you for taking part in these Art of Work Conversations. We hope they’ve been thought provoking and encouraging to you. This is the last episode of the show but we hope you’ll reach out to us on Twitter using the hashtag #ArtOfWorkBook and by mentioning @JeffGoins. The book is out and the only thing that can be done now is for you to read it, take action and spread the word about its impact on your life with others that could benefit as well. If you want to move down the proven path to discovering what you were meant to do then we encourage you to pick up a copy of The Art of Work. Go to to get your copy. Thank you for taking time to listen to these conversations. We wish you the best as you continue on your path to discovering what you were meant do, to discovering The Art of Work. Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | RSS The post 10 When You’ve Called It Finished appeared first on The Art of Work.
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