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Episode 87


Passionate Tick Offs

Show Notes

09/04/2018  | 82 Minutes

This week’s guest: Ben, Dalton and Lib – We take a break from our regular guest routine and pinpoint certain tick offs we individually have. Although negative, these tick offs come from a good place. We dissect what normally is a negative and pesky outlook; and try to convince one another to see the glass half full.


The lack of balance between employers, schools, and employee / student.

  • Dalton has 1 year left in school but is already working in his field with a future in his current position.

  • Education has its perks – it’s something that sets you apart, allows you to gain valuable experiences and a network, and affords great social experiences.

  • Companies are no longer requiring college degrees in some instances

  • Read “Work Rules!” By Laszlo Bock

  • Each party has a responsibility to adjust expectations and facilitate flexibility in a person's life.


The things that make you tick are not the things that make me tick.

  • A CEO needs to understand that they will always have the most passion when it comes to THEIR business. Employees want to put that passion into their own goals.

  • Don’t hold people to the standard of your tick. Be understanding and know that we’re all different.

  • I want to run my own business and show I understand the difference between passion and a job.

  • The most important job of a CEO is people.


Let's make instagram great again! Family-based social media accounts.

  • You follow friends to keep up with their lives and see what they are doing. Once a baby comes into the picture, you’re not sure if your friend exists because all you see are pictures of the kid!

  • Your social media helps keep up with you even though it’s a “lazy” way to maintain the friendship.

  • Combined couple Facebook accounts aren’t great either.

  • Suggestion from Ben – you can always make a new account for your business, children, etc. Keep your account as YOU.


Episode transcript coming soon.

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