Episode 6 · 5 months ago
ABOUT THIS EPISODE
In episode 6, I share my perspective on discipline and how it's a prerequisite to finding meaning and purpose in your career. To help bring this topic to life, I talk to Will Eagle, seasoned brand and marketing professional, as well as author of "YouTube Marketing for Dummies" and "Read This if You Want to be YouTube Famous."
Referred to in this episode: http://www.wisdomination.com/screw-motivation-what-you-need-is-discipline/
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