#4 Transforming one old home and neighborhood at a time- Jeff Steinmann
Love What You Do Podcast
Join me in watching Jeff Steinman founder of TransformSTL.com share his wonderful story of going from a job in technology he had come to not care about to finding his passion of restoring homes, beautifying communities, and unifying neighborhoods. He's a modern day Bob Vila on a Mission to Transform St. Louis one home at a time. You can find and support the organization Jeff is passionate with Dream Builders here: https://dreambuilders4equity.org/give-donations/ You can find his love here www.transformstl.com For more information about my mission to help people pleasers find their mission you can go here. www.dontbeachickendowhatyoulove.com--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lovewhatyoudopodcast/support
Jeff Steinmann is the author How To Quit Working and is the host of a long-running weekly podcast called How To Start Living (formerly How To Quit Working) that features lessons from fellow freedom fanatics. Jeff contributes to several media outlets, including The Huffington Post, Lifehack, and Elite Daily. Jeff is devoted to helping those around him quit their soul-sucking 9-5 jobs to create successful businesses and lives full of passion and freedom.
TOTC: EP142 How to Quit Working with Jeff Steinmann
Theater of The Courtroom
Jeff Steinmann is the creator of How to Quit Working, a simple plan to quit your job and start a business. He’s also a Real Estate investor, but above all, he is a freedom fanatic, fiercely devoted to finding a better way to live life.
Episode 97: Creating a Life of Freedom Outside of the 9-5, with Jeff Steinmann [PODCAST]
Crank It Up! with David T.S. Wood
Jeff Steinmann is no stranger to the 9-5 life. In fact, he was fully committed to it a few years back when he had his “light bulb” moment. He was working in the banking industry, was good at his job, and was on a path that would give him prestige and financial gain. But, one day, Jeff realized his goal was terrifying. He saw where it was leading him and he knew there had to be more out there for him. And so, he started to make changes. Jeff discusses the path that led him to the life of freedom he’s created and what inspired him to share it with the world, in the hopes that others would do the same. #Failure isn’t failure. Everything is just an #experiment ~ Jeff Steinmann Tweet This Why we’re operating inside a broken system. Jeff discusses his childhood and how he felt that there really wasn’t a path that fit for him. He shares insight into his belief that we’re truly operating inside a broken system – and it needs to change. Jeff talks about how he felt after high school – the pressure to choose a pre-determined career that society deems acceptable and to try – above all else – to fit into that box. Why are we forced into lives that don’t fit who we are, what we want, and what our passions are? Well, because that’s the society we live in. Jeff points out that these are the things that prevent us from figuring out what is the right life for you – and that these things ultimately cause us to create a life that makes us unhappy. Deciding to leave the life that you know isn’t right for you. The decision to break out of that box isn’t easy and – as Jeff points out – it requires a lot of hard work. He shares his first steps in the process of making this huge shift – most notably, surrounding himself with people who believed the sames things. He read books, blogs and talked to people, like him, who were ready to make a change. It started with marketing and business consultations and would eventually evolve into experimenting with different areas of passion until Jeff discovered the things that truly make him happy. Jeff discusses his philosophy that what matters most isn’t the result, but the journey. His advice: It’s important to look at life as a journey. It’s all about figuring out what you need to be happy and how you can use that to create a stream of income. The value of surrounding yourself with people who are creating a #life of #freedom Tweet This Failure isn’t failure. Supporting his belief that the journey is what matters is Jeff’s philosophy surrounding failure. In fact, Jeff believes failure isn’t actually failure at all. Instead, failure is just a necessary part of experimenting with different things. Some things will work, some won’t. When things don’t work, you simply make adjustments and keep on trying. Jeff discusses how he views life now and why he’s so happy to have moved away from convention. He shares the value of being able to explore the things that interest him and the experience of discovering those areas in which he excels. He also offers his definition of freedom: We all have areas that are are very naturally well-suited to. When we find people that need that thing we’re well-suited to, that’s freedom. Viewing life as a constant journey. It’s clear Jeff is on a constant journey through life. He believes the journey is what matters most – not the money, not the outcome, but the journey. Jeff gives insight into his belief that we must stop focusing on external results and start focusing on the process of getting those results. He also shares a bit about his first book, How to Quit Working as well as what’s in store for Jeff in the future. Hint: there’s a new book in the works. In closing, Jeff leaves us with some profound final thoughts: Whatever it is that you’re thinking, question every single thought that goes through your head. The filter through which you view the world is just one way to look at the world. When you question, you discover the possibilities. Recognizing the #journey is the real #success, on this episode of #CrankItUpTweet This Outline of this great episode [1:10] David’s introduction and welcome to you and his guest, Jeff Steinmann. [1:37] What is your edge and how do you let it show through? [5:07] What were you like as a kid? [6:33] What was your path like after high school? [7:36] The moment Jeff realized this wasn’t the life for him. [10:57] Crossing the bridge from his unsatisfying career into his new life. [13:33] The philosophy behind making a life shift and what is it you’re searching for? [15:13] Discovering what you’re naturally good at and doing that in the revenue space. [19:22] Looking at real estate as an investment rather than a place to live. [23:12] The courage to change things and what things worked. [26:22] Re-framing how we look at failure. [27:20] The lifestyle Jeff has created and the transition into this new life. [30:35] The opportunity to explore different things that interest you. [39:12] What do you see in your future? [41:59] Final thoughts from Jeff. Resources mentioned on this episode www.HowToQuitWorking.com Jeff’s Book: How to Quit Working Let Her Go by Passenger Tweets you can use to share this episode Why we’re operating inside a broken #system and how find #freedom, on this episode Tweet This The #blueprint #society has created and why it’s dangerous to young people Tweet This
Jeff is the creator of How to Quit Working, a simple plan to quit your job and start a business. He’s also a Real Estate investor, but above all, he is a freedom fanatic, fiercely devoted to finding a better way to live life.
Jeff created How to Quit Working because he wants to help you Live More. He is the author of How to Quit Working, A Simple Plan to Quit Your Job for a Life of Freedom. He hosts a weekly show called The How to Quit Working Show that features lessons from Freedom Fanatics who quit their soul-sucking 9-5 job and created a business that lets them live a passionate life of freedom. Jeff also writes for several media outlets, including The Huffington Post, Lifehack and Elite Daily. Most of all, Jeff is a Freedom Fanatic, fiercely devoted to finding a better way to “do life”. Jeff's top 3 tips for people ready to quit their jobs and start a business: always listen to what people want you need to be passionate find peace in yourself before you go try to do anything else Find Jeff over at his website www.howtoquitworking.com and on his podcast the How To Quit Working Show.
230: Jeff Steinmann: Find Financial Freedom as an Entrepreneur
Conscious Millionaire Show
Jeff is the author of How to Quit Working: A Simple Plan to Leave Your Job for a Life of Freedom. He is a speaker and hosts a weekly show called The How to Quit Working Show that features interviews with Freedom Fanatics who left their soul-sucking jobs and created a business that lets them live a passionate life of freedom. He is also a real estate investor, but most of all, he is a Freedom Fanatic, fiercely devoted to finding a better way “do life”. Inside this FREE “First Millionaire Manifesto”, J V reveals the seven steps to seven figures and how to put more money in the bank, enjoy a richly rewarding life, and make a big difference. Subscribe in ITunes Like this Podcast? Help spread the word. Subscribing and leaving a review helps other business owners and entrepreneurs find our podcast…and make their big difference. They will thank you for it. Watch this FREE Video to discover the Secrets to getting in your zone, achieving fast results, and building a high-profit conscious business. Conscious Millionaire Podcast: On his free podcast, Monday through Friday, J V interviews top successful entrepreneurs and business owners who reveal their business solutions and business opportunities on topics such as: conscious business, social entrepreneurship, business online marketing, internet business solutions, internet marketing, team building and culture, goal setting, how to become a wealthy entrepreneur, and developing a high-profit business plan that will change lives and the world.