The Frugalpreneur Episode 7 –Revolutionizing Your Work w/ Julie Clow, Author of The Work Revolution
Julie wrote her first book, The Work Revolution while still managing a day job and in the midst of relocating from one side of the country to the other. She has excellent insights on how to revolutionize your work- whether you’re flying solo or working for a big company, she knows that energy management is key. She draws upon her insights in the book but also from her time working at Google in this excellent interview that will surely spark a revolution in you!
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Listen In For:
- Julie’s tips on how to balance “work” and “passions” and how to integrate the two holistically into your day.
- Energy management techniques & how to play up your strengths in the workplace.
- Navigating major changes based on your values and personal work ethic.
- Why it’s now more critical than ever to do the “right” things, not “everything” and managing information overwhelm when you’re goal-driven.
- How to strategize your strengths for better productivity & a happier work day.
- Why you need to have faith and fail fast in your business & life (it’s a good thing!)
Mentioned Resources & Sites:
- Strengths Finder 2.0
- StandOut by Marcus Buckingham
- Jenny Blake of LifeAfterCollege.org
- Good To Great by Jim Collins
I already have a copy of the book, but I really enjoyed this interview! I think ideas like this are really going to change the way we work and live…making it more sustainable and productive.
I actually need a huge revolution–I have no idea what to do, work-wise. I’m out of university and looking at self-employment, opening a business, or… well, I don’t know.
i am curious and seeking knowledge.
It needs some respect for its employees.
I believe the workplace needs more respect, more time to listen, rather than simply place anyone in charge and listen to that person without any investigation. A product is only as good at the people creating or inputting info on it.
It needs to treat us employees with respect and as human