Guest: Jake Ducey
Jake Ducey — author of The Purpose Principles — reveals how you can draw more meaning into your life.
Here are my notes:
3:25 – Jake goes from failing English class to becoming a writer. How he did it and why.
12:36 – Where Jake finally found the value and meaning he was looking for (and where you can find it, too.)
15:24 – The two most important questions we should be asking ourselves and why most people aren’t even thinking about them.
19:38 – How Jake found perspective and freedom from the fear of failure through a near death and the loss of a friend.
25:28 – What the top five regrets of dying people can teach us about life and opportunity.
28:10 – Process over product: “you don’t find joy out of things and paychecks.”
35:00 – How we can encourage young people to make better decisions and be happier while they do it.
37:37 – Why being scared all the time might be a good thing and what you must do to find the “magic.”
45:36 – The one thing that will make us happier and healthier than we could ever imagine…even if it sucks sometimes.
48:08 – Talent vs. skill. Which one is more important to learn how to do absolutely anything.
51:26 – Dealing with haters: how to keep from driving yourself crazy.
57:00 – The three small phrases we should all use more often.