On this podcast, Jeffrey Shaw goes over how you can have a profitable business without having to lose certain parts of yourself.
If you’re not sure about what your greatest gifts are, he also goes over how you can wrangle in all of your passions to find your specific “purpose”.
He also coaches me for a minute – and I think it can help everyone listening.
If you’re interested in either finding your purpose or figuring out how to monetize everything you’re interested in, this episode has lots of gems for you.
Jeffrey Shaw is frequently described as “inspirational, current and relevant.” Jeffrey’s work centers on supporting creating entrepreneurs to bridge the gap between embracing all their passions and creating real profits.
He is equal parts creative thinker and successful business owner and has the advantage of providing inspiration from real life experience and extensive training.
Jeffrey began his career as a highly-sought after portrait photographer for an exclusive clientele. His portraits have appeared on The Oprah Show, in “O” magazine, People Magazine, CBS news, and on the cover of New York Family Magazine.
Well into his photography career he became a trained business coach and public speaker. Jeffrey is also the host of Creative Warriors podcast. His published writings and business eGuides have been cited in trade journals and online sources.
He frequently turns conventional wisdom “upside down” to offer entrepreneurs a way to develop a sustainable business that is both profitable and on purpose.
Resources Mentioned In This Episode:
Can’t Keep Up? Creative Solutions To Overcome Overwhelm – Jeffrey’s article
Zappos – The company Jeffrey mentioned
TED.com – Jeffrey’s new dream is to speak here
Take Control Of Your Life – My book on goal setting
Creative Warriors – Jeffrey’s podcast
Blog.JeffreyShaw.com – Jeffrey’s blog
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