“Escape Velocity” is the ability to leave a situation that isn’t helpful or desired. So… what if you don’t like your job any more? What now? What if you’d like to be home with the family more often, instead of grinding out more hours for low pay? What’s your plan? What if you’re unhappy with your fitness and/or health levels? Can you achieve your goals on your own? These are the challenges we all face. This episode is about finding in yourself and others the help you need to “escape” and find a better way. We’ll discuss how to build up our capabilities, our committed habits, our confidence, and our pool of resources so we can create momentum that will lift us closer to the things we really want from life–and farther away from the things and situations that hold us in their grasp.
About Eric Walker
Eric Walker is a professional marketer and business strategist, a second career he chose after a decade of service as an elementary public school teacher. His current business project can be found at his newly launched business blog, http://EricWalkerMarketing.com where you’ll learn how to create additional streams of income with the application of 7 specific elements of marketing. Eric’s hobby is in the collecting and writing down of bits of life, declaring them precious, and surrounding them with thoughts and responses that make them significant. Such musings are found at http://EricWalkerBlog.com
Eric’s Success Tips
Purposeful – Don’t be afraid to live messy. It’ll help you narrow down into your truth.
Passionate – Try things. Fail. Fix. Do. Measure yourself not by the amount of passion you have stored up in you, but by the amount of passion you pursue.
Prosperous – read Covey’s 7 Habits Of Highly Effective People. Also, find vehicles that offer leverage.
Eric’s Favorite Quote
The things you do not have to say make you rich. Saying the things you do not have to say weakens your talk. Hearing the things you do not have to hear dulls your hearing; and the things you know before you hear them – these are who you are and this is the reason you are in the world. — William Stafford
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