In today’s episode of The Art of Passive Income, Mark and Scott talk with Colin Morgan of the DailyGrindPodcast.com.
Colin developed The Daily Grind Podcast to help people who are just like him. The podcast has featured some of the most fascinating people, like John Lee Dumas, Kyle Wilson Rod Khleif, Aaron Walker, David Mead (Simon Sinek’s business partner), Noah Kagan and Walter O’Brien… just to name a few.
The podcast came about when Colin found himself in the daily grind a few years ago. He felt unfulfilled and he wasn’t making the money he wanted so he left his job at the time to go out on his own. He stumbled around and found someone who could show him the way, he thought that was kind of important.
Colin rewinds the tape to tell us about his daily grind and how multiple jobs left him feeling unfulfilled. Knowing there was something more, he asked himself “Am I going to do something for the rest of my life that I’m unhappy with just to make some money or do I want to make a real impact on the people that I want to make an impact on?”
We also delve into:
- What “successful” means to Colin
- Colin’s biggest challenges as an entrepreneur starting The Daily Grind Podcast
- Getting to your deep-rooted issues
It’s having that vision in place of what you want out of life and the way I look at life is it’s a success ladder with an infinite number of steps. Every day I try taking one step up on that success ladder. Yeah, there’s going to be days which I can go backward and there’s going to be days which I skip a few steps, but I have that vision in place and that allows me to get up, keep pushing forward, and keep improving.
Colin now has a purpose and he looks forward every day with renewed enthusiasm.
Listen in as Colin tells us about the darkest time in his life and what he learned from it.
TIP OF THE WEEK
Mark: Start getting daily mentorship five days a week at DailyGrindPodcast.com.
Scott: Check out RandomWordGenerator.com to create random words. You can do a random noun, random verb, name generator.
Colin: Don’t be certain about anything—certainty is a recipe for stagnation. Look at what think is certain in your life and question it.
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