Story Signals with Matt Ragland
About This Show
Inspiring interviews and lessons learned on living with purpose, clarity, and meaning.
Story Signals is a podcast dedicated to helping people live better stories.
Do you feel like you’re living day-to-day?
Do you wonder what your legacy will be, and what people will say at your funeral?
Do you wish there was something more meaningful than the accumulation of material goods and status symbols?
Finally, as the pages turn on the story of your life, will you know you have lived a life you are pleased with?
Join us as we explore the meaning and purpose behind the stories we live and tell.
Most Recent Episode
SS30: Grant Baldwin shows us that Who You are is More Important than What You Do
Nov 7 14
Today is episode 30 of the Story Signals podcast, and I'm so glad to welcome Grant Baldwin.
Grant is a speaker, writer and podcaster who helps people find and do the work they love. His main speaking gigs include grade school and college students, educator groups, and churches. His message of the intentional pursuit of meaningful, important work is one we all need to hear.
I had a great time speaking with Grant. We have a lot of common ground in our childhood, educational development, and experience transitioning to independent work. With his speaking and podcasting background, it was a very smooth conversation, and one I didn't have to edit much (thanks Grant)!
There are several aspects of this show I think you'll glean wisdom from. Here are several that stood out to me.
When you transition from a steady job (and paycheck) to independent work, plus the balance of frustration and excitement which accompanies it.
How to better communicate your goals and desires.
Effective ways to deconstruct big goals in to daily and weekly action steps.
Why the unplanned moments in our life are big chances to chine.
Why who you are is more important than what you do.
Check out the full show notes at StorySignals.com/GrantBaldwin
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Valuable lessons on life and work
Great interviews and lessons on life, creativity, work, and engagement.
Date published: 2014-02-26