Break The Chains Of Your 9 to 5
You have done well in your career, made a good life for you and your family. It may be the case that you have started your own business and things are going great. Then one day to take a step back and realise that’s all you do. Your work is your life. When am I actually going to be in a position to live a little. This was me at the age of 37 working as an electrician running my own business. Busy all the time, constantly answering calls and booking in work. Makes you sound very successful right? I QUIT! Folded the electrical business and chose a different path. A path where I could have more time and freedom to live the life I wanted, not the life I had become comfortable with. This podcast describes all the challenges I faced in doing so. With interviews of other people who have done the same. My name is Ben Poulter and this is Break The Chains Of Your 9 to 5. Helping Blokes Who want to get off the tools and have more time for themselves. Follow 🔽 Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/BenjaminsDrive
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