Don't Keep Your Day Job (Hardcover)
How to Turn Your Passion into Your Career
St. Martin's Press, 9781250193605, 256pp.
Publication Date: October 29, 2019
Featured in the #1 spot in 2019 "Get Motivated" podcasts on Apple Podcasts
From the creator of the #1 podcast "Don't Keep Your Day Job," an inspiring book about turning your passion into profit
The pursuit of happiness is all about finding our purpose. We don't want to just go to work and build someone else’s dream, we want to do our life's work. But how do we find out what we’re supposed to contribute? What are those key ingredients that push those who succeed to launch their ideas high into the sky, while the rest of us remain stuck on the ground?
Don’t Keep Your Day Job will get you fired up, ready to rip it open and use your zone of genius to add a little more sparkle to this world. Cathy Heller, host of the popular podcast Don’t Keep Your Day Job, shares wisdom, anecdotes, and practical suggestions from successful creative entrepreneurs and experts, including actress Jenna Fischer on rejection, Gretchen Rubin on the keys to happiness, Jen Sincero on having your best badass life, and so much more. You’ll learn essential steps like how to build your side hustle, how to find your tribe, how to reach for what you truly deserve, and how to ultimately turn your passion into profit and build a life you love.
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Praise For Don't Keep Your Day Job: How to Turn Your Passion into Your Career…
Praise for Cathy Heller:
“Cathy really ‘gets it.’ Listen to Don’t Keep Your Day Job! It is filled with the advice people need to pursue their passions and make their lives more meaningful.” —Emily Giffin, #1 bestselling novelist
"Heller's creative insights both inspire and challenge us to chase our art, earn the right to share it others, and never lose sight of what truly matters." —Jeff Goins, author of Real Artists Don't Starve
“Heller has a message more timely than ever: now is the time to go after your dreams—because the only person’s permission you need is your own.” —Alex Banayan, author of The Third Door