Being Successful as a ‘Normal’ Person
“If you wanna be successful, there’s a couple things you need to do in life. You need to treat others the way that they want to be treated. Always be yourself. And then you need to starve the doubts. And what I found over time is there’s some really good takeaways from that and in the way you treat people and finding your authentic voice and authentic self.”- Jared Easley
Just a few years ago, Jared Easley was a project manager for his company, living in Florida with his wife and daughter. He was doing the right things, following the rules, and going above and beyond for his clients. The day came when the CFO called Jared into his office to give him the news that he had been let go due to cutbacks. While this was a disappointing time for Jared, he used that point in his life to develop his own entrepreneurial ideas and offer encouragement to others.
Join us on this edition of Eternal Leadership as we talk with Jared about the success of his podcast, Starve the Doubts. Jared describes himself as a “normal guy” and questioned what he had to give. He discovered that it’s okay if you don’t have a big story or a wealth of expertise. Sometimes, just having conversations with people who do have a lot of wisdom can be an encouragement to others.
What you will learn:
- A life of significance begins with your relationship with God.
- How to navigate the doubts in your life and fulfill the potential that God has for your life.
- That it’s okay if everything is not aligned perfectly.
- Don’t judge a book by it’s cover.
- The true meaning of success and real wealth.
- The importance of surrounding yourself with people with similar goals and passions.
“I’m reminded constantly that God gives us our daily bread and that being rich is not defined by money. And it’s so easy to get caught in that and I get caught in it, but I realize that true wealth, or what it means to really be rich, is found in your relationships.”-Jared Easley
In the past couple of years, Jared Easley has started a podcast, Starve the Doubts, written a book, and co-founded the world’s largest International Podcasting Conference. He has been featured on Entrepreneur.com & the Huffington Post.