Joe Polish’s Sabbatical Lessons: Epiphanies Every Marketer & Entrepreneur Should Know That Can Positively Transform Your Personal and Professional Future
A collection of the most interesting moments and insights from Joe Polish’s sabbatical.
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Here’s a glance at what you’ll discover from Joe and Dean in this episode:
- Joe returns from his one-year sabbatical
- Lessons and AHA’s that can positively alter your future
- Joe Polish becomes the mayor of Cleator, Arizona
- Buying a ghost town and future projects in the works
- Best allocating Your T.A.M.E.E. (Time, Attention, Money, Effort, and Energy)
- Joe recently returned from his one-year sabbatical, and the lessons he learned (if you use them) can positively transform your personal and professional future.
- The idea of a sabbatical was originally planted in Joe’s mind after David Bach gave a talk on taking a one-year sabbatical at the Genius Network Annual Event.
- The Story Behind Joe’s One Year Sabbatical.
- “The people that want to dispense the most advice on how to do sabbaticals are actually the people that have never truly taken one.”
- ”There are no rules for sabbaticals, you do what you want.”
- “The pursuit of happiness causes most unhappiness. Chasing happiness chases it away.”
- “The Wim Hoff Method”
- You can dramatically improve your health and condition yourself mentally and physically utilizing things like this that really don’t cost much.
- Stress is not going away. By using a cold plunge, breathing, sound and more, you are preparing your body and mind to react and adapt to stress in a healthy way.
- The Core of Your Puzzle
- The middle part of the puzzle is your CORE. It’s where your self-image and consciousness live. It’s where the deepest work is done and the deepest part of yourself resides.
- “Unlearning is harder than learning.”
- Addiction is a response to trauma, pain, and an attempt to self-soothe.
- “A great way to be miserable is by comparison. A great way to be happy is by comparison. It’s simply how you use comparison.
- “Life is easy when you live it the hard way, and hard when you try to live it the easy way.” – Dave Kekich
- Joe bought a 40-acre ghost town with two other partners! He now owns the town of Cleator, Arizona—and he’s been made the mayor of Cleator!
- The world requires leadership. It requires responsibility. It requires you loving and caring for yourself.