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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.
Hey, you’re good at a bunch of things. There are a number of pursuits you enjoy and really like doing. There are even more things you would love to do if you could.
Does pursuing just one of those passions give you a lingering feeling of dissatisfaction? Do you feel like no matter which passion you’re feeding, the others get jealous?
If you’re good at multiple things, not doing one almost feels like a waste of talent. You feel like you owe it to yourself to pursue them all.
In this episode, we talk about whether it’s possible to have multiple passions (spoiler: it is, and you’re normal for having them), the way you know if you truly are passionate about one of them, and whether or not you should be diversifying your time investment.
Each fire pit represents one of your passions. It’s tempting to rush from pit to pit to stoke the embers. But this multitasking and split focus ensures you’ll never build up any one of the fires to a roaring blaze that can be seen for miles around.
We talk about why it’s better not to stoke all the embers now so they have the opportunity to become bon fires later.
You’ve stumbled across 90 completely free days. You’ve got three whole months where you’re able to work on any project without worrying about money. Your bills are covered for these 90 days.
The question: can you build sustainable income in this amount of time? Can you use these three months to build something that generates revenue and supports you?
No question, you can make some money, but I’m talking about building something that will support you. I’m talking about something that consistently makes money so that you don’t have to worry about paying bills anymore.
Is it even possible? Yes, but it requires 3 things. The 3rd is the only one that can be done in 90 days. If you already have the first 2, it just might work. I tell you what those 3 things are in this episode.
I also explain the reason you should do client work in the beginning whether you like it or not and why client work is the key to products.
Depending on where you are right now, you may or may not be able to build sustainable income in such a short amount of time. But I will tell you the best thing you can do in 90 days regardless.
There was a discussion in the Community chat this morning:
“Hey, haven’t seen you in awhile! Busy with work or busy with life?”
“Busy with both work and life!”
Now I know he’s just talking about his job and family, but I tend to reflect deeply without much provocation.
To me, the meaning and definition of words is an important matter. The use of “work” and “life” here in this context got me thinking.
Our culture believes that work is the opposite of play…
Here’s the truth: I struggle every time I have to show up.
Every time I need to write a new blog post, record a new podcast, or prepare a newsletter—it’s tough for me.
You don’t really ever get to a point where your first iteration of any new thing you make is perfect. It’s always a process. It always takes effort, sweat, and trudging through a lot of failed attempts.
You’re always going to be met with a blank page.