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The Perils Of Chasing Goals Other People Have Set For You

Anyone that is questioning the path they’re on, or uncertain about what they really want in life will love this episode. My guest is Kevin Bulmer, public speaker, business and mindset coach and host of the Journeys of the No Schedule Man Podcast. 
Kevin opens up about the costs of doing what he thought he was supposed to be doing, only to discover his efforts were taking him somewhere he didn’t want to do. The wakeup call came in the form of an unexpected divorce, a lost job, and a trip to the hospital. He shares his own experiences and insights from his many podcast guests.

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Tim Alison
Tim Alisonhttp://screwthenaysayers.com/
FOR five years in his twenties Tim Alison was living a lie. From the outside looking in, he had it all. A wonderful wife, 2 kids, and a six-figure income. There was just one problem- he was miserable. So he did the logical thing and moved to a tiny fishing village in Nova Scotia, where he started an educational software company. The naysayers came out of the woodwork telling him that he was a complete idiot and that failure was certain. They stopped saying that when his sales topped $10 million. For Tim it was never about the money. It was about living the life he wanted. Tim is the author of Screw the Naysayers...They Suck Anyways (an Amazon best seller) and host of the weekly Screw the Naysayer Podcast. The show is for anyone who is questioning their direction in life (or has a friend or loved one doing so). Each week Tim interviews experts in innovation, entrepreneurship, and education. Together they take on an education system that is failing our kids and provide practical advice for breaking free from a system that has set us up to settle. His life motto? Know the Life You Want and Have the Courage to Live It.

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  1. Great article Tim. It is very important not to lose our goals and ambition while trying to meet company goals . I tend to execute using the spirit of their direction and doing what after Fifty year I know will take it a bit further and meet both my goals and the companies. So far it has worked. Thank you for a great read.

    • Great point Larry. As my friend Kevin Miller says, companies should measure success by the degree to which they help improve the life of their employees. When that happens working to achieve the company’s goals becomes a lot easier.

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