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About This Show
You've only got one life, so why not design it around your own personality and desires?
I’m Dan. I’m a former entrepreneur turned freelance copywriter turned author and coach. I value freedom and experiences over money and things and I believe we’re all capable of designing our own lives.
So far mine has included living in 7 countries, publishing 12 books, and working hard to achieve my dream of being time and location independent. Along the way I’ve shared my experiences and helped 1000s of people start designing their own lives as well.
I speak about psychology, personal development, life design, and anything else I think you’ll find useful and inspiring. I do my best to be uplifting, funny, entertaining, and at least 96% guru free.
Most Recent Episode
ENFP Insights on Motivation and Goal-Setting, Being ‘Weird’, and Always Changing Jobs DATW 85
6 days ago
What really motivates ENFPs to achieve their goals? Why do people think ENFPs are so weird? How can ENFPs find a job to focus on? This podcast episode provides valuable insights to fellow ENFPs who have these pressing questions. If you’re an ENFP who falls short at setting goals, is often viewed as “weird”, or always changes jobs – you need to listen to this podcast now! I discuss the different goal setting techniques that might work well for ENFPs, why our 'weirdness' actually makes us live happier, longer and more fulfilling lives, and what your options are if you're always changing jobs or looking to find a good career that involves travel. If you enjoy the podcast and would like to submit your own question for a future episode, you can do so here: https://www.dreamsaroundtheworld.com/ask-dan/ And if you haven't already, be sure to check out Dan's free training on turning your personality type into an incredible life, The Life Design Approach. Get it here: https://www.dreamsaroundtheworld.com/freetraining/