Art Of Meaningful Work: Meditations on Entrepreneurship, Legacy, and a Meaningful Life
About This Show
Is there a way to do what you love, make a comfortable living, and leave a positive legacy? I interview inspiring people who challenge what career, life, and work really mean. This podcast is an adventure in… change. It is a journey to meaningful work. In every episode, I share insights of what I learned from academic research as well as interviews with entrepreneurs, artists, authors, thinkers, leaders and change makers. I want to uncover the answers to: Is “follow your passion” bad advice? How do I change careers? Should I start a business? How do I make an impact with my work? Is it possible to do more with less? If these questions also keep you up at night, you’re at the right place.
Most Recent Episode
Tired of Your 9-to-5? Build Your Own Dream Job - Interview With A Millennial Entrepreneur | AMW #05
4 days ago
In the second “talking to millennials” series, we have Kylie Toh on the other side of the microphone. She is the founder of The Chic Geek - a non-profit organization that helps women transition into technical careers, and learn to be more comfortable in the tech community. Kylie wanted a job that makes a difference. And she didn’t find it after university. A few jobs, and career changes later - she decided to make her passion project into her full time career. She now works with a small team of volunteers organizing events and workshops for women in tech and entrepreneurship. She is also a millennial. A driven, passionate, young woman who is clear on her values. This interview will give you another insight into a new generation of entrepreneurs. Young people who are pursuing their passions and building their own dream jobs. You can find Kylie at http://www.thechicgeek.ca/ or on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/kylietoh — I am also giving away a copy of “The Dip” by Seth Godin. I bought two copies by accident, and now someone gets to win one. It’s a book about becoming “best in the world” by quitting the wrong things at the right time, and sticking with the right things. To enter, just send me a tweet @ebarbaric - and let me know what you are up to. What projects are you working on, a great book you read recently, or if there was something that helped you from the podcast. You can find me at: https://twitter.com/ebarbaric Enjoy the show!