“Follow your passion”
“Follow your bliss”
“It will be great!”
We all hear the same old advice about going down the shiny road of following our passion to create a life we’ve always wanted. But what if passion isn’t always enough? In this weeks podcast we debunk and defluff this idea of following your bliss with Liz Presson, founder of Pursuit and Working Remote.ly.
She shares her story of taking the leap and how going solely on passion didn’t work out as planned. We dive into the exploration of systems, what freedom really is and why people who are living the dream suffer from work guilt. We’ll show you exactly how Liz moved from burrito stealer to successful entrepreneur, focused on delivering her superpowers to the world.
We all have bills to pay, and that certainly doesn’t go away just because we are on the yellow brick road of passion.
“If you can’t support yourself, the idea of being intensely passionate goes away because you’re focused on survival”
“Following my passion didn’t really go as planned”
“Freedom from what society deems as “work” can give us work guilt”
“Everybody, whether they realize it or not, has the opportunity to be free”
“Figure out what your super power is and delegate the rest”
“You’re not going to get anywhere without a community of people supporting you”
“Freedom to me means living a life outside of the societal norms of what work and life look like”