Dec 6, 2015
We've likely all felt it at some point in our lives…the discontent and stress that can come from not doing something you feel excited, energized and passionate about. You feel like you’re working against the grain. Trying to force something that isn’t quite you. That was the case for Jenny Hill. She was working in PR and marketing, had a safe, secure income, but couldn’t help feeling she was doing something she was quite meant to do. So she quit her job, enrolled in a farm program and moved across the country. That led her to something unexpected and she’s now a widely collected fine art artist and founder of J.Hill Artisan Felt. In this episode she shares what it took to reach the decision to leave her job, how she combated self doubt, and the importance of going all in on anything you do.
Top 5 Biz Hacks for Entrepreneurs: This post on Entrepreneur.com lists five biz hacks "you've never heard of" but will be game changers. Next week I’m in the lab with Jennifer Boonlorn. She is the founder of Soul Carrier. And this podcast is along a similar theme - we talk trusting your inner calling and building a business out of it. Be sure to tune! Until then, have prosperous week! Intro music in this episode: "They Just Don't Know" by Gyft. Outro music in this episode: "Magnolias" by Tapper.
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