How to discover your joy

If we could mute that inner voice telling us we're not good enough or smart enough, and instead listen to that person to the left or right of us that says, 'oh my gosh, you can totally do this' we'd find a lot more people discovering their joy.” 

--Thad DeVassie

“If you're feeling called to do something, don't put the pressure on yourself to make it your career. Just do it, make that thing.” 

--Jeremy Slagle

So you think you're ready to embark on a joy venture, but there’s still something nagging at you. You’re not sure if you’ve truly discovered your joy. And before you dive in, you want to be certain that THIS. IS. IT.  

Spoiler alert: it doesn't work that way. 

In this episode, we get practical about discovering joy – and how you might figure out what your joy venture looks like through the process of discovery.  

If you're looking for five foolproof steps to discovering your joy or three hacks to launching the perfect Joy Venture -- this isn't it. There isn’t a right way or a wrong way. But there is one definitive way – and it requires that you take action.

 

PODCASTS & BLOG POSTS REFERENCED IN THIS EPISODE:

Converting inspiration to action

Brittany Baum: Believing in and living out your authentic self

John McCollum: Designed to advocate for the world's most vulnerable children

Daniel McKewen: Life at the seams of product innovation and personal purpose

Brad & Krystal Woodard on what it means to "Brave the Woods" 

Bill Lilly: It's never too late to pen a new script

John Robinson on shifting gears