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BlogcastFM BackstageIn this episode, we take a dive into five myths of the working class.  What's funny is that most of them are considered good advice. But that good advice has a ceiling, and you'll hear why as David and I explore these in detail. You should also be warned that Srini had to hop between a few bars in Costa Rica to make this work. So blaring salsa music, motorcycles whizzing by, and other things are yours at no extra cost. Here are few of the highlights from our chat:
  • David's REALLY BIG News which Might Lead to a Reality Show
  • Why Working Hard at a Job Is Not a Guarantee of Success
  • The True Motivations of Your Employer
  • Why You Should View Your Employer as a Client
  • The Problem with Waiting for Your Big Idea and How It Holds You Back
  • Lessons You Can Learn from the Career of Paul Jarvis
  • Why a Saturated Market Is Actually a Good Sign
  • How the Average and Ordinary Impact Our Lives Daily
  • Why Motive and Helping Other People Is Essential for Success
  • Focusing on Your Strengths and Outsourcing Small Things
  • Knowing the Difference Between a Bad Deal and When You Just Want to Quit
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Originally aired over 3 years ago.

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