Jonathan Fields has been doing a series of Renegade Profiles for a few months now and lost his mind and asked if I would be part of the series. Run over and check out the conversation if you’d like to know:
- How I turned a weird obsession curiosity and passion about productivity and personal development into a business
- What role philosophy plays in my coaching practice. Apparently, you can do something with a philosophy degree.
- Why it’s really important to be helpful and authentic if you want your business to thrive
- How NOT to use Social Media
I’ve been a huge fan of Jonathan’s for a while now, and I’m really honored to be part of the series. I had a lot of fun during this interview, and I hope you enjoy it.
Also, if you didn’t know it, Jonathan is the author of the book Career Renegade: How to Make a Great Living Doing What You Love. It’s one of the best resources I’ve come across for inspiration and how-to if you’re looking to turn your existing skills and interests into a living instead of a job. I found myself nodding throughout the book and wishing that I didn’t have to learn so many lessons the hard way. Skip the hard way and buy the book.
Jun Loayza says
Congrats on being a career renegade!
I too took control of my career. I was a consultant for 3 months, working the corporate world. But I then took the chance to start my own company and haven’t looked back since.
Just stumbled and submitted your blog to Viralogy. Hope it brings you some great traffic!
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Mike Stankavich says
Charlie, congratulations on getting some well deserved exposure and recognition for what you have accomplished. I commend you for having the courage to make the hard choices and invest the effort along the way that got you this far. This interview is another indication that you are making great progress and that you are on track for further success.
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Writer Dad says
Being a career renegade is awesome and one, Charlie. Congratulations.
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