The Career Passport Podcast
About This Show
What if there is no such thing as a dream job? What if, instead of chasing that elusive Career Holy Grail, we figure out what makes us tick and what we need for our work and career? And from there we can design a career (and life) that fulfills us, but the world also doesn’t come crashing down if we need to pivot or make a change. Sound liberating?
“The Career Passport Podcast: Advice & Resources for 30-Something Women” is a weekly show that provides fresh perspective, special guests and resources you can use as you navigate your career….and how it relates to your whole and full life.
Most Recent Episode
That Digital Nomad Life, Though: How To Make Your Dream a Reality
SO…..you wanna be a digital nomad, butttttttt: You don’t know where to start You’ll most definitely relegate yourself to a life of Cup O’ Noodles and overdrawing your checking account Who are you to quit a stable job with a steady paycheck? You’re the most undisciplined person ever and will binge watch “Glow” on Netflix all day I could keep listing all the things that could possibly come up when you contemplate actually going for something that’s been your dream for awhile now, but I think you’re intimately aware of them all. INSTEAD, let’s do two things: Grab our Bust Your Fear Worksheet here, which we talk about on the show Turn to the Career Passport Podcast this week and talk to Erin Greenawald, who spent about six years as an editor of branded content for the Muse, a hugely popular career website for millennials. Erin quit the Muse and flew off into the sunset to become a digital nomad seamlessly and she lived happily ever after. Sike. It didn’t happen like that at all, and Erin is giving us the real skinny on how she realized she wanted to do this, how she pushed through resistance to stick to the goal and how she actually is working through structuring her life (hint: it’s a work in progress). “When it came to where I was professionally, my heart and my gut had different opinions (than my mind) on what I should be doing.” – Erin Greenawald, on how she realized she wanted a change If you’ve wanted to make a leap like this- or really trying anything new like a new entrepreneurial venture, f