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“It is the insightful discussion with creative friends you wish you had after listening to every seanwes podcast.”
“The seanwes community has been an incredible resource that has sparked a significant change in my life.”
Every Wednesday and Friday, I put out a fresh new podcast episode centered around helping you make a living with your passion. It’s being said, “This podcast sets the standard of what podcasting should be,” and that “every episode has at least 5 inevitable takeaways.”
Others are saying, “Put simply, I dare anyone to listen to one episode and not go on a binge listening spree.”
You’ll get tangible insights on creativity and business, delving into topics like growing your audience, making more money freelancing, marketing and selling products online, overcoming creative block, handling fear of failure, time management, and much more.
I guarantee you’ll come away from every episode inspired.
So you’re thinking about publishing more? If you’re like me, it’s fun to entertain the thought of sending more newsletters, doing more artwork, publishing more blog posts, or recording more podcasts.
Wouldn’t it be great to be more prolific?
Yes, but if you go about it the wrong way, you’ll get yourself into a mess of trouble.
Today, I talk about increasing the frequency of your output: how to know the right time, and if you should do it at all.
I’m gonna be switching things up a little bit in this episode. This is one of what I’m calling my mini sabbatical episodes.
Today, I want to talk about this idea of the WHY for a moment. What is your WHY? What are you about?
Sure, you have certain pursuits you are fond of and things you enjoying doing, but what is your greater purpose?
Doing what you’re passionate about for a living is a lovely idea. But everyone has bills to pay.
We all know someone who quit their job to pursue their passion and ended up hating what they do because it “became a job” to them.
What happened here?
Motivation is a strange concept. We’re motivated by many things. We’re motivated when we’re excited, when we’re scared, and when we’re determined.
It seems like the will to do many things comes naturally but when actively sought, motivation appears to make itself scarce.
You would think we could reverse engineer motivation.
But motivation isn’t something you can conjure on a whim. You can’t fabricate motivation, you have to foster it.