In episode #613, Eric and Neil explain why they work so hard. Tune in to hear why they spend so much time working and whether it is worth it.
TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:
- [00:27] Today’s Topic: Why We Work So Hard
- [00:43] Neil says he works so hard because he loves what he does and he also has nothing better to do.
- [00:50] He loves it so much it doesn’t feel like work for him.
- [01:01] Eric loves playing games and finds that marketing is a fun game for him (in terms of strategizing).
- [01:58] He is addicting to winning.
- [02:30] One of Neil’s partners said marketing is like a drug.
- [03:03] Eric sees systems of processes and finds them to be like puzzle pieces.
- [03:35] Business is a game that never ends.
- [04:01] Though Neil clearly grew up an Upper-Middle Class kid, he still had aspirations of being “rich” and privileged.
- [04:12] Eventually, he realized money doesn’t equate to happiness, but the challenges of the job were satisfying.
- [04:38] Figure out what your motivation is and once you find that, keep pushing forward. If you don’t love what you do, don’t do it!
- [05:32] Eric believes that when you work all the time, you get to meet a wide array of interesting people, which is beneficial and it evens out all the hours worked.
- [06:04] That’s it for today!
- [06:07] Go to Singlegrain.com/Giveway for a special marketing tool giveaway!
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