This week’s show includes a simulcast with Trailblazing TV. We just celebrated Independence Day, the anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, so it’s a great opportunity for me to explain what I mean in my business when I say, “Celebrating Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.”
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In the first segment I explain what life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness mean to me and the way I serve people. In the second segment I explain how that philosophy guides my personal beliefs and political views.
Yes, I engage in political discussions with people. I am mocked for being liberal when I’m concerned about vulnerable and forgotten people, and I am savaged as a cold-hearted conservative when I disagree with government funding for some things. Listen and join the debate. Do you agree, disagree, or have a question or thought to keep the conversation going? Please add your comment below.
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This Week’s Featured Resource:
The featured resource for this episode is Worklife Liberation, an e-book that helps you understand the stages of claiming your creativity and your productivity to take charge of your work, decide where you are on that journey, and choose your next steps. You can download it for f*r*e*e by visiting WorklifeLiberation.com.