On your uphill climb as an entrepreneur, you’ve probably heard this famous quote by Vince Lombardi:
“Winners never quit and quitters never win.”
While this saying has great motivational value for all, it’s not entirely accurate. Why?
Because the truth is, winners quit more often than we think. In fact, strategic quitting is what makes them successful in the end. They quit things that are wrong, getting in the way, dead weight, or distracting. In this week’s episode of The Thriving on Purpose Podcast, we will consider the intricacies found in the art of knowing when to quit.
So join us, as we give you six instances that are a clear indication you should quit your present endeavor. Be be warned though; after listening to this episode, you might just want to quit… for all the right reasons.
In this episode, we are going to talk about The 9 Types of Intelligences. The way we now understand human intelligence is so much more distinctive than back in the day when I.Q. tests was pretty much the only measure we had. With the theory of Multiple Intelligences, Howard Gardner revolutionized the field of Quantitative Intelligence (I.Q.) when his theory (and book) was released in 1983.
So, if you’ve never heard of this theory, get ready for a personal growth treat! After listening to this episode of The Thriving on Purpose Podcast, you’ll inevitably reach two conclusions:
1- You’re smarter than you thought
2- Others are not as dumb as you thought
This week’s Thriving on Purpose Podcast Episode is going to be about this most important question: How to Find Your Purpose? There are 4 simple questions you can ask yourself to get a pretty good grasp on what you are here for. These questions (or steps if you prefer) have been talked about, written about, even philosophized about. The greatest thought-leaders on the planet have addressed how to find your purpose time and again, and these four questions are almost always at the center of the discussion. Those who dared to ask themselves those questions, and have answered them honestly, are those who Thrive on Purpose. It is our hope that you will do the same after this important episode.See Show Notes
Have your friends and family showed interest in your entrepreneurial vision? If not, rest assured, you’re not alone. In fact, if you’re like us, you might have had more success with perfect strangers than with family members when it comes to your business. In this episode of The Thriving on Purpose Podcast, we will try to soften the hard blows from entrepreneurial rejection from friends and family. Although it may be painful, it can and must be overcome if you’re going to thrive as an entrepreneur.See Show Notes
As a young, idealistic, and naive Christian man, I made the mistake of equating being nice with being good – and I paid a hefty price for it. I thought being nice was the equivalent of being godly; of being like Jesus. As a result I was stuck in the friends zone, couldn’t get a date. Thank God I grew out of it! Mostly out of necessity. In this episode, we explain the differences between a “Nice Guy” and a “Good Man”. It’s important to know the difference to have a strong marriage. Find out what God expects of us, as men.See Show Notes