48 Days to the Work You Love Internet Radio Show
By Dan Miller - 48 Days
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Join Dan Miller every week for the "48 Days To The Work You Love" Internet Radio Show. Dan is the nation's leading authority on work, career and business start-up. This Show consistently sits in the top 50 under the Business category in iTunes, and is often at #1 under Careers.
||CleanDo You Have One Good Idea?||Do You Have One Good Idea? What should I do with $50,000? If you could recommend 5 books for young teenagers to read, what would they be? How important are personal skills for success? What are the most common traits of millionaires?||5/20/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanCan you build a bigger table?||Can you build a bigger table? How can I move from awesome corporate success to my own venture? Do you think it’s necessary to trademark a business name? Limited funds, and debt are a never-ending battle in moving my career forward.||5/13/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanDid today matter?||Did today matter? My own company wants to get rid of me. How should I deal with this problem? Every day I spend here feels like my soul is being sucked dryer and dryer of my creative life-juices. Do I need to trademark in addition to getting the domai..||5/6/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanAre you paid for your time or for your work?||Are you paid for your time or for your work? Can I make a living as a travel agent? Would you recommend I start a high end luxury car rental business? Yes we are teaching life skills in public schools. How can I break my employees from the idea of ho..||4/29/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanDo I have to be great to succeed?||Show Notes Episode – 04-22-16 Title: N/A Subtitle: N/A Summary: In this episode, Dan tackles a variety of questions from the 48 Days community, while keeping the conversation focused on a quote from David Foster: “I was good, but not great.||4/22/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanI have ideas but no action||I have ideas but no action I’ve been offered a promotion but fear getting stuck in a JOB Why is it just because I have a disability, they discriminate against me from accomplishing my dream? How can I break my cycle of not taking action?||4/15/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanCan I be more imaginative?||Can I be more imaginative? I feel called to ministry but really want to be a firefighter. I just got fired and feel like my whole world is crumbling. How can I find positive adult role models for my students? Can I coach from a foreign country?||4/8/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanI need a guarantee and benefits?||I need a guarantee and benefits? I just got fired and feel like my whole world is crumbling. How can we change the culture of my church? Are there any well known people that are autistic? I’m a salesman but I need a guaranteed salary with benefits.||4/1/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanIs it true that winners never quit?||Is it true that winners never quit? Can I build my success as a musician in Nashville – even as an outsider? How do you balance winners never quit with not being stupid? Can I really make money on eBay and Amazon?||3/25/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
||CleanAre there successful people who are introverts?||Are there successful people who are introverts? I love to write, and I am an effective speaker, but I can’t seem to get the marketing right. Is it reasonable to start a business coaching business? Should I flip houses or be a bookkeeper?||3/18/2016||Free||View In iTunes|
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I happened upon Dan's Podcast several months ago. I was struck by his candor, honesty and sage advise. His early pod casts are recordings of his weekly, Sunday evening radio show where he would answer questions on careers, purpose and life planning. His more recent podcasts are a different format, where he records a weekly podcast and answers questions posted to his "No More Monday's blog. Many of these questions are posted by readers of his most recent book "No More Mondays". I like the recent podcast format best because he picks a series of the most interesting questions and is able to provide more comprehensive answers than the radio format would allow. Dan covers many topics including: Life Planning, goal setting, finding your purpose in life, over coming procrastination, time management, "boot strapping a business (starting a business with little or no money), finding your passion in life, etc. I highly recommend this podcast. I listen to it every week. I am an avid pod cast listener of many casters, and I find Dan to be one of the very best! Kenny Bunnell kennybunnell.com
Great Information for Job Seekers
I've been listening to Dan Miller's podcast for over a year now--like so many others, I first heard of him from Dave Ramsey. Dan gives great, common sense advice on what to do if you find yourself looking for a job, whether from a "downsizing" or from a desire to do something different. Sometimes his advice isn't so "common-sensical", like when he redefines risk in the workplace. He says that it is more risky to have one customer than it is to have five customers. Ok, so that's not a mind-blowing proposition, but when he goes on to state that if you work for a company then you only have one customer (i.e. the company you work for) it starts to make you think. Dan helps you gain the knowledge to work and stay ahead in our increasingly-service-oriented society. My only complaint is that it sometimes sounds like he's talking into a tin can--probably has to do with the software he uses to record his podcasts. But the message quality outweighs the audio quality, and besides, I definitely get my money's worth!
Dan is the man!
I was a lost and wondering soul about 4 years ago...I called Dan and sat down with him one on one for about 4 sessions, and I am doing much better mentally, stressfully (if thats a word), and financially! I would highly encourage anyone who is wondering what to do with their career and life to listen to this guy...I believe that he is sincere and definitely found his calling! If you ever read this, I just want to say thanks Dan! Tad