Desperate to jump from your soul-crushing job? Listen to this first.

herostory podcast Dec 12, 2018


Are you desperate to jump from your soul-crushing job? That’s great!


Do you know the traps that most people fall into when making their escape?

Chances are, you’re at risk of one of these right now!

In this week’s podcast, We’re going to talk about How NOT to Escape your Soul-Crushing Job.

And the truth is…

  • You can have meaningful work
  • And more importantly, live a meaningful life.
  • In fact, you deserve to live your authentic, extraordinary life.

That’s why I’m excited that you’re here ready to listen to this podcast before you jump!

Do any of these statements resonate with you?

  • “I don’t know how much more of this job I can take.”
  • “I end up crying in the washroom almost every day.”
  • “I can’t keep on the treadmill I’m on. It’s killing my soul.”
  • “I hate my job and am starting to hate my life!”

I have heard these and many similar statements from those suffering from soul-crushing jobs. And I’ve experienced that soul-crush myself. I know, first hand, how it makes your work-life unbearable and can sour every other area of life as well. And there is a serious danger here as there is only so much soul-crush a person can handle.

You will spend over 90,000 hours at work.

Life is too short to spend a third of it in misery!

But just imagine what it would be like to escape the soul-crushing job you hate. Better yet, imagine how rewarding it can feel to be living the life you were meant to live. A life of passion and purpose — where you are living your personal hero story.

Does it sound too good to be true? Well, I’m here to tell you that you can make your escape!

The good news for you, is I’ve been where you are and I know the way out.

And that’s why this episode is focussing on How NOT to escape.

  1. The Impulsive Escape
  2. The Makeshift Escape
  3. The Imaginary Escape

Listen to the podcast to hear the rest of the story. 

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If you have any question or comments please email me at [email protected].

And If you liked the podcast make sure to subscribe — and please post a review. I just might feature your comments in an upcoming episode.

Thanks again for joining me… Talk with you next week!


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