MSL 024: Saturday Strategy – A Story About Doing Less of What You Don’t Enjoy And Making More!

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Kolbe or Kobe??  In this episode of Marketing Strategy Lab, we cover a story about doing less of what you don’t enjoy and making more money.

A Story About Doing Less of What You Don’t Enjoy And Making More!

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  • Dana

    Reply Reply August 23, 2014

    Great MSL – I watched Show Notes and listened halfway through the Podcast. I am a visual person and a blogger and I need these Show Notes vids. I gotta see Jeff for it all to click! LOL Sounds crazy I know but when I started on this site I didn’t understand a thing but when I started watching the Show Notes, thing started clicking and making sense. And OMG, Jeff is 6ft tall!! Shut the front door!!

  • Britanica

    Reply Reply August 26, 2014

    This is useful for someone in my position. I never went to college. I simply couldn’t afford it. So, if I don’t do what I can on my own, I will be stuck doing more of what I hate. I am a blogger and an artist so these tips actually help me in both regards.

  • HKLLAMA

    Reply Reply August 26, 2014

    I just had a conversation today and someone said a quote I really liked, “The best job doesn’t feel like work”. When you are lucky enough to have a job you love, then instead of it feeling like “work” it is something you can do over and over again! Just like you said, you don’t want to burn out! Funny Bill Gates quote. I like it!

    • Jeff Coga

      Reply Reply September 30, 2014

      YES!!! If you love what you do… you’ll never work a day in your life. People always ask me how I stay up for 2 days working and I just tell them… I love what I do (then I hibernate for 2 days HAHHA)

  • Jessica

    Reply Reply August 29, 2014

    I like what you had to say about using your strengths and I believe this is true. I have an idea of what my strengths are but I need to figure out how to find the people to fill in the gaps where my weaknesses are. I also wish it was easier to decide which of my strengths is the strongest.

  • Amanda

    Reply Reply October 2, 2014

    Another great MSL podcast !! I love to listen your podcast while traveling to my job. If people love their job it will be less boring to them. I love my marketing job so I am wondering what to do on weekends :P

  • AJ

    Reply Reply October 5, 2014

    It’s always best to do do what you do best, because if you don’t you will regret and resent your job.

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