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Ever been let go from a job? If so, you know what an excruciating experience it can be. Your sense of loss and identity can become muddled. “Who am I?” and “What should I do next?” are big looming questions. Pat Flynn faced these questions when he was downsized as an architect. His story of a transitioning to a new adventure is one you have to hear…and we’re happy to bring it to you here!
If you don’t know Pat Flynn, you’re in for a treat this episode. Like Natalie Sisson and Chris Klinke, who told awesome stories about their journey on a past 2 Guys & Your Money episode, Pat Flynn also has a unique story. After being downsized from his dream job, he decided to pursue a different path than many expected….and is experiencing great success.
PK, Joe & OG discuss the recent Dave Ramsey brouhaha AND we finish the show by talking about films.
Of course, we’re giving five lucky listeners some Laura Vanderkam books, too!
<> Joe & OG – The Dave Ramsey debate…is a 12% return something we should be fighting about on Twitter?
<> Pat Flynn – Let Go
<> Let’s Give Something Away
This month, we’re giving away a signed copy of Jean Chatzky’s book Money 911. You can tweet about the podcast, like us on Facebook, or (for lots of entries) guess the voice on the show.
<> PK’s Fractional Cents – My Take on Dave Ramsey’s Twitter Debate
A recent piece from PK’s website, Don’t Quit Your Day Job:
<> Show Close – Films
OG – Olympus Has Fallen
Joe – Old episodes of the X Files
* There may or may not be a part of the show where we have another contest involving jokes.
Okay, whether you listened to the podcast or not….a couple questions: do you think Dave Ramsey should have mentioned 12% return….OR when was the time you had to “let go” of your past to latch on to a better future? I’d love to discuss both of these in the comments below.
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