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Obsessive Comparison Disorder, Mindfulness, and Getting Unstuck with Paul Angone of All Groan Up

By
Matt Wilson
on
May 11, 2017

Our Guest:

Paul Angone of All Groan Up: Searching for Self, Faith, and a Freaking Job! and 101 Secrets for your Twenties joins us to tell you why you should “go to hell!”… and back of course.

Paul is an expert in helping young people discover their secret sauce where purpose, passion, and career collide. He is the creator of AllGroanUp.com which has been read by millions of people across 190 countries.

He and I talk about his eight year journey on getting his first book published and escaping a life which he disliked.  

The Episode:

We have a fun conversation with a lot of laughs and Paul tells me why he stopped comparing himself to others which he calls OCD (Obsessive Comparison Disorder).  

If you are looking for the confidence to overcome the challenges most millennials face, Paul is your guy. I even tell him why he should start being more confident when it comes to calling himself an entrepreneur and that we all need to start thinking for ourselves and forging our own path.

The old paradigm of “go to school, get a job, and stay there for 30 years” is over and to borrow a line from Robert Kiyosaki and Rich Dad, Poor Dad, we all need to “mind our own business.”

Paul also talks about the influence of the book Into the Wild on his path and we touch the subject of Michael E. Gerber’s E-myth, one of my favorite books on entrepreneurship.

You can check out Paul’s online course and community on how to find your signature sauce here. 

Listen in Now and begin deconstructing your challenges...

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Edited By: Eric Aguirre

Matt Wilson
Matt Wilson is Co-founder & Adventurer at Under30Experiences. He is host of the Live Different Podcast, Contributor at Huffington Post, and formerly Co-founder of Under30CEO.com. He is committed to helping people live better lives while they travel the world.

Edited by:  Miles Demars-Rote

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