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12 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Paul Millerd. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Paul Millerd, often where they are interviewed.

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12 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Paul Millerd. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Paul Millerd, often where they are interviewed.

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Reimagining our relationship with 'Work', ft. Paul Millerd

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We're joined this week by Paul Millerd, who's spent a lot of time thinking, reading, and writing about 'work'. We talk about the current culture of 'work-ism', the history of work and how we ended up here, the assumptions that our culture makes about work, and how to reimagine our relationship with 'work' to live happier lives.
Aug 09 2020 · 1hr 43mins
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Episode 0 - Paul Millerd

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In this episode, Travis speaks with Paul Millerd the founder of Boundless and a prolific creator focused on our relationship to work. We cover content creation, work beliefs, existential and health crises, and beliefs about doctors and written self-reflection.

Jul 23 2020 · 1hr 30mins

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Mindsets, Tools & Models to Reinvent Yourself with Paul Millerd

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Paul Millerd has a unique story to tell about his journey from management consultant and MBA to digital nomad, writer and coach. In many ways it is harder for those of us with prestigious jobs and degrees to reinvent ourselves and live our ideal life. Paul has thought deeply about the future of work and carving one’s own path in the world, and has helped hundreds of people reinvent themselves.

In this episode, Paul and I discuss mindsets, tools and models to face the challenges of reinvention and the unknowns of self-employment.

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  • The Challenges of Reinvention (2:30)
  • Mindsets, Models & Tools (24:25)
  • On Money & Imagination (44:25)

*Paul Millerd *

Paul has written about his journey from McKinsey / Boston Consulting Group consultant and MIT Sloan MBA to Writer, Solopreneur, Career Coach & Podcast Host in prolific fashion. His website (think-boundless.com) is a great starting point to help you reinvent yourself, your work, and your career.

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Feb 27 2020 · 53mins
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E63: Mckinsey to BCG to Freelance Lifestyle Design - Paul Millerd's Story

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In this episode, Paul Millerd explains how he went from a non-target school to a research associate position at McKinsey.  Listen how he managed to break in even after getting officially rejected and how he ended up at BCG after getting his MBA at MIT.  We learn how he has now left the formal strategy consulting positions behind and started a new life where work isn't the number one priority.
Dec 22 2019 · 1hr

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#27 The Future of Work with Paul Millerd

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Jared Janes and Jason Snyder talk with Paul Millerd about his career path, Jared's recent leap to self-employment, the incentives of benefits & healthcare, history of firm-based vs contract work, expectations of work & its connection to meaning & dignity, local community, the boundary between work & life, basic income, consumerism, GDP determined lifestyles, shared local commons, self-determination theory, the 40-hour workweek, the pathless path, work as service, complexity of teams & the role of chaos, and much more.

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Dec 18 2019 · 1hr 43mins
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220. Paul Millerd on creating an online course

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Our guest today is Paul Millerd, who has been on the show before, on Episode 62. It was great to welcome Paul back to hear what he has been up to.

I’m so inspired by Paul, who has been incredibly deliberate about designing a life.  He has built a practice that allows him to work completely remotely, and recently left home in Boston to spend a stretch of time working in Bali and then in Japan and now in Taiwan.

He has developed several online courses with over 4,500 students on Udemy alone, he writes a very popular weekly newsletter that I love, and he is incredibly generous with his time: on his website you can book time to have a “curiosity conversation” with Paul; he has spoken with hundreds of people around the world who have reached out to him in this way.

Check out Paul’s website, think-boundless.com

Follow him on Twitter @p_millerd 

Check out the consulting skills course he created at strategy.co https://strategyu.co/

Paul has written one of the most authoritative articles on the evolution of consulting talent platforms, and I’ll include a link to that piece in the show notes:

https://think-boundless.com/the-failed-promise-of-freelance-consulting-talent-platforms/

Email me at unleashed@umbrex.com and I'll add send you the weekly Unleashed email that includes a summary of each episode and bonus material.

Dec 09 2019 · 59mins
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Podcast - Episode 5: Paul Millerd on work, meaning, and navigating life without a map

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On this episode I talk with Paul Millerd. Paul went to grad school at MIT before embarking on a traditional high prestige, high earning career path. He worked for global management consulting firms like BCG and McKinsey - and then it all changed. I’ll let him tell the story, but the short of it is that Paul got off the traditional career track and reassessed what he truly wanted from life.

That’s not easy to do, but I think Paul has done it with uncommon thoughtfulness, so I was very pleased he found time from his home in Taiwan to talk it through with me.

Show links include:

Navigating life without a map

Think Boundless (Paul’s career coaching site)

Paul Millerd on Twitter

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Oct 17 2019 · 53mins
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Episode 1: Unlocking Purpose In The Future Of Work (With Paul Millerd & Chelsea Seid)

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In this episode, Paul Millerd and Chelsea Seid discusswhy work should feel meaningful, how passion is overrated and the importance of finding your own definition of success.
May 27 2018 · 37mins
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Creative On Purpose - Paul Millerd

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First aired on the Creative On Purpose FB Page, on Thursday, May 10th, 2018.

Welcome back to another episode of the Creative On Purpose Broadcast, conversations with people like you who are doing work that matters.

These discussions provide tools and concepts for cultivating and sharing your excellence.

I’m your host, Scott Perry, founder of Creative On Purpose: Inspiring Creatives to Be More professional and professionals to Be More Creative. Visit BeCreativeOnPurpose.com to get started right away!

This is a 30-minute introduction to the great work of our guests. In this episode, I speak with Paul Millerd, Founder of Boundless.

Topics covered in this episode include:

- The future of work.

- Developing a proactive mindset and posture.

- Agency.

- Determining and taking the first step.

- The perils of attachment.

For more information visit: www.becreativeonpurpose.com.
May 12 2018 · 30mins
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62. Paul Millerd on the future of work

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Our guest today is a good friend of mine, Umbrex member Paul Millerd. 

Paul has experience at McKinsey and BCG as well as the Board & CEO Advisory Group at Russell Reynolds Associates, one of the top executive recruiting firms in the world.

He currently has a wide portfolio of activities – he is a real Renaissance talent.

He is currently an independent strategy consultant, a career coach, the host of a podcast, Boundless, an active writer who puts out great posts several times a week. He hosts Jeffersonian dinners, he is interested in the gift economy and the future of work, Paul has created a career transition playbook and other course materials including a story course.

In this episode we have a wide ranging discussion covering just a few of Paul’s interests – I encourage you to check out his website and sign up to his mailing list. Visit think-boundless.com

Apr 30 2018 · 39mins
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