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Today’s episode picks up a conversation between me and my serial entrepreneur hubby, Mark. We talk about his career progression from pastor & church planter to serial entrepreneur. We explore his “aha” discovery in his mid 40’s, several years after launching his company.
We discuss the benefits of personality profiles & mentors in discovering our truest selves.
Stay tuned to the end for something just for listeners of this podcast.
Referenced in this episode:
*DISC profile—used for personal & professional growth
*Every Good Endeavor, by Tim Keller
*Link for Marriage Discovery (DISC assessments & personalized feedback): Marriage Discovery
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1:07 Mark’s early ideas about work
6:53 Ten years out of college: seminary, ministry, & starting over
10:42 Self-perception: “I don’t fit”. Square peg
11:22 Changing careers, discovering business acumen
13:45 2008, starts AlzCare (Assisted Living for Alzheimer’s patients)
16:22 Still doesn’t call himself an entrepreneur
20:08 Mark’s “aha” moment. Affirmation of how he’s wired
25:57 Impact of creating meaningful work
28:08 Advice to someone considering entrepreneur venture
31:53 Benefits of assessments in finding life’s work
36:21 Knowing your strengths & weaknesses as a leader; bringing in team members to accomplish the company’s mission
38:49 Advice to his 20-year-old self