Identify your true passions so you start a business you love

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Join me today in a conversation with one of my favorite people on the planet, Dr. Srikumar Rao, professor at Columbia and London business schools and author of Are You Ready to Succeed?  Unconventional strategies to achieving personal mastery in business and life.

Dr. Rao teaches a very popular course on creativity to M.B.A. students that gives them all kinds of tools for discovering what work they are meant to do, and how they can live more happy and fulfilling lives.  Needless to say, Dr. Rao is no ordinary MBA professor, nor are his ideas always embraced or accepted in the stuffy halls of business!

This show is for those of you who have written emails saying "I would love to work for myself, but I have no idea what work I want to do!"

Show details:

Date:  Friday, March 30 (Today!)
Time:  11am-12pm Pacific Standard Time
Topic:  Identify your true passions so you start a business you love
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If you miss the live show, you can always listen later, through the link above.

Have a great weekend everyone!

5 Responses to “Identify your true passions so you start a business you love”

  1. Mike says:

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  3. Pamela Slim says:

    Hi Stuart:

    You can download any show by visiting the main page I reference in this post, then clicking on the title of the particular episode. You will then see a “click here to download” button, and you can listen to the show at your leisure. Enjoy!

    All the best,

  4. Hi Pamela,
    This looks to be very much of interest. Is there a way of downloading as MP3 for offline listening?


  5. Not that it’s really a business but five years ago, after 29 years of frustrations working in middle management for large corporations, I self-published a book about my experiences. I recently started a business blog in the hopes that my voice in the wilderness might be heard. “The Corporate Cynic” at The URL is above.