Go Hunt Life
About This Show
Life Reinvention + Career Path Pivot + Ripcord Moment = Go Hunt Life podcast
Todd Nevins interviews people who hit a breaking point in their safe careers to embark on an unknown journey of professional and personal reinvention.
Go Hunt Life explores the personal journeys of what leads to making the seemingly impossible decision to risk financial safety and personal identity in order to follow a passion.
What was their motivation?
What were their doubts?
What was their big 'a-ha' moment?
If you've ever thought about pulling the ripcord to follow a different path of inspiration and fulfillment, this podcast is for you.
Most Recent Episode
E031 Urban Farmer Quit Corporate Banking to Pursue Her Purpose – Alejandra Rodriguez Boughton
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Urban Farmer Alejandra Rodriguez Boughton was climbing the corporate ladder in investment banking when she had the stark realization right after a promotion that she didn’t want her boss’s job or any of her boss’s jobs so she decided to quit and get her MBA but that didn’t solve her passion to pursue the road less traveled so a few weeks after she graduated, she began cultivating her dream of building an Urban Farm in Austin Texas and it all started, in her kitchen. “Spend time doing things that make time fly by in the best way.” We discuss her transition for a safe career and planned career path to being an entrepreneur starting a business that is completely reliant upon the help and camaradarie of other urban farmers. It’s a tight community of passionate people helping each other to build sustainable businesses that positively impact their local communities and the environment. In this episode we discuss… How she reached the stark realization of, “my heart was beckoning for the road less traveled.” At that point I had no idea what I was looking for but I knew it wasn’t what I thought I was looking for. My definition of success had changed. That was the first big a-ha moment. I wasn’t just looking to work hard and make money like I was in my 20s. I wanted a purpose. Starting a business and La Flaca, an urban agriculture startup. Her quest to be an Urban Farmer didn’t start in the field, it started in the kitchen. As an Urban Farmer, what surprises her the most about her daily tasks. How she competes and beats bigger grocery stores by providing high quality, hard to find herbs and products to local chefs and restaurants. She leaves us with two unbeatable quotes that apply to any entrepreneur trying to pursue something that they love and turn it into a profitable business. “It won’t be fast and it won’t be easy, but it will be absolutely worth it.” Show Notes Website: laflacaatx.com Facebook, Twitter and Instagram: @laflacaatx Alejandra Rodriguez Boughton on LinkedIn. Curtis Stone -