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When you were a child, what do you want to be when you grow up? What was your main dream?
Today’s podcast is all about chasing your dream and passion.
Izzy is a man who kind of put his stake on the ground. He was a former middle school Science teacher from Los Angeles, California. He found and relived his dream that he thought that he always want to do when he was younger and chase after it. His story is incredible, he went to an American process of getting a job but he did not really enjoy what he was doing, so he did some soul searching and he realized he needed to chase a dream that he always wanted to achieve.
He now lives in Kyoto, Japan. He is trying to become a ninja. He is doing blogs, coaching and train 4 to 6 hours 5 days a week.
• Childhood dream.
• Tips on how to financially set up dreams and passion.
• Importance in establishing your dreams.
• Handling mental and emotional struggles in pursuing your dreams.
• Finding your mentor.
• Process to discover your dream.
• Steps you have to take to pursue your passion.
• Learn how to take personal responsibility in all areas of your life.
• How to Develop The Mindset to Push Past Any Fear
If you have a question you’d potentially like answered no matter if its constructive criticism, praise, or just feedback in general, feel free to visit my voice mail page to quickly and easily leave me a message. You can also always send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org; I will get back to you as soon as possible.
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I love the smooth tone in your voice, as a new listener im starting in gour ealryer ones. Id love to hear about how better health is a choice and a interview would be cool. I really like what im hearing. Thanks