Moe and Kristin Kaufman discuss what it means to truly be present in the now and how random encounters can become a compass to alignment, fulfillment, and success.
Published On Mar 21, 2015 under
It's Never Too Late to Pursue Your Dreams
There’s a great Japanese proverb that I’ve always kept close by to remind me of why I do what I do: “Better than a thousand days of diligent study is one day with a great teacher.” With each conversation we have, our highest intent is to share at least one piece of advice that might be of help to you on your quest towards greatness. So, when I learned about Kristin Kaufman’s followup book, Is This Seat Taken? It’s Never Too Late to Find The Right Seat, I couldn’t wait to share how some of the world’s most respected business luminaries stumbled on careers later in life. From Wally Blume, the ice cream man and Giorgio Armani the fashion icon to Ray Kroc of McDonalds’ fame, you’ll learn why it’s never too late to pursue your dreams.
What distinguishes an unhappy career from a happy one
Managing the discomfort of changing careers
Is doing what you love really a strategy?
What is it about a crisis that ignites personal change
The immigrant advantage
What do to when you’re dealt a curve ball
- The opportunity of a lifetime