How to Start A Business Without A Passion (FS314)

Are you a lifestyle entrepreneur or
hoping to become one? How do you build a career that gives you a greater degree
of personal freedom and independence so that you can spend your time living the
life you want, doing the stuff that makes you happy? On the Fizzle Show we
always steer you toward earning a living from doing something that you actually
care about, or at the very least, not doing a job you hate!

In this episode, we get into the
intricacies of entrepreneurship, and we’re not interested in what worked
yesterday; we are more concerned about what works today — for you. Whether it’s
watching Netflix or hanging out with friends, are you digging your life right
now? Whatever you are into, you probably need some skrilla to finance it and
you need to be doing something sustainable so that you don’t run out.

Today on the show we are joined by
Ramit Sethi, personal finance advisor and entrepreneur, and together we pull
apart the nucleus of the problem for a lot of Fizzlers — obsessing over
questions like, “Am I doing enough?”, “Am I making enough?” and “Am I stupid?”
And that constant voice-in-your-head stuff about money.

We also cut to the chase about what
it is that makes people successful, defining what winning at life looks like
for you and focusing on the lifestyle you want in addition to doing what you
are passionate about. Ramit talks Steve Jobs, his spending philosophy and why
you deserve to be compensated if you provide value to the world.

There is so much game going around this episode, make sure that you don’t miss out!

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Key Points From This Episode:

  • Why the “passion” answer to success was never
    satisfactory to Ramit. [0:07:19.0]
  • The true reason why following your passion is
    what is being advocated. [0:08:32.0]
  • Why winning at something is what is required to
    kick-start passion. [0:10:11.0]
  • The importance of surrounding yourself with
    people who believe in you. [0:11:44.0]
  • Why real feedback is not about what people tell
    you, but about what they do. [0:12:48.0]
  • Unpacking Steve Jobs’ commencement address at
    Stanford. [0:15:22.0]
  • Why you don’t have to agree in order to learn
    something from what you hear. [0:18:32.0]
  • The problem with oversimplified advice and using
    critical thought to get beyond the surface. [0:19:10.0]
  • Determining your success by measuring it against
    the lifestyle you desire. [0:19:58.0]
  • Getting away from the same boring template and
    doing things your own way. [0:21:54.0]
  • Expressing authenticity and nuance as the basis
    for success. [0:25:25.0]
  • How Corbett started a business that aligns with
    his ideal lifestyle. [0:31:40.0]
  • Why money is a critical ingredient in making a
    successful business. [0:34:16.0]
  • Understanding that if you create value in the
    world, you should be compensated! [0:37:48.0]
  • Ramit’s spending philosophy and where it comes
    from. [0:39:03.0]
  • The influence of your childhood on your emotions
    around money. [0:44:44.0]
  • Conscious spending and using your money to
    support your values. [0:50:07.0]
  • More about his new, updated book,I
    Will Teach You To Be
    Rich. [0:50:45.0]
  • The importance of having constructive thoughts
    about money. [0:54:49.0]
  • And much more!

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