The Uncommon Life Project
About This Show
Don’t wait until you retire to begin to live out the life of your dreams. Make choices today that allow you to live in an uncommon way. Let the Uncommon Life Project podcast and its hosts Bryan Dewhurst and Phillip Ramsey guide you to asking different questions, considering different paths and building a life that fits your unique definition of what your uncommon life might be.
Most Recent Episode
Episode 8: Finding an Audience When Anyone Can Publish - with Justin Taylor
2 days ago
Keeping your financial and vocational goals in line with your faith – this is a very important aspect of living and working for many of us. In this episode of the Uncommon Life Project podcast we talk with Justin Taylor about his career path, his work in the publishing world, and how his faith informs vocational and financial decisions. Justin Taylor got his Doctorate from Southern Seminary. He serves as executive vice president of Book Publishing and Book Publisher at Crossway in Wheaton, Illinois. Prior to that he worked at Desiring God in Minneapolis. He and his wife, Leah, have five beautiful children. He has two blogs, Between Two Worlds and Evangelical History, both hosted by the Gospel Coalition. What you’ll learn about in this episode: The role faith can play in vocational decision-making Understanding your vocational gifts and strengths as you decide on a career path How spiritual gifts and natural inclinations intersect Establishing partnerships with people of integrity How book royalties can be a great source of residual income Understanding the three-legged stool of communication: message, messenger and audience What it takes to be a compelling messenger Learning your capacity to do or not do things – even things you enjoy and are good at – during different stages of life Balancing the desire to succeed with other aspects of living a fulfilling life Being authentic as a parent, spouse and in business
Rated 5 out of
Great Intro into Residual Income
Great content and easy to understand. Makes you want to learn and hear more! Bryan and Phillip are a super team and fun to listen to.
Date published: 2018-01-31