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049: How to Break-Away From the Corporate Rat Race with Mark Bramwell

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049: How to Break-Away From the Corporate Rat Race with Mark Bramwell

August 23, 2021

049: How to Break-Away From the Corporate Rat Race with Mark Bramwell

We’ve all been deceived by the belief that success is about getting more. 

As a result, we have developed an endless pursuit to have more and more, only to find out that many of the things we chase don’t always lead to a stress-free life but sometimes, the exact opposite. Unfortunately for many, it leads to being stuck in the corporate rat race.

In this episode, I’m joined by Mark Bramwell, the author of the book, That’s Bullshit: Stop drowning under stress-inducing advice and a relentless pursuit of more. In his book, Mark breaks down what’s really important in life and how we can achieve personal satisfaction.

Do you want to free yourself from the corporate rat-race and from a lot of bullshit that’s happening around your work and life? 

Join me in this episode as Mark shares valuable insights from his book, That’s Bullshit.

TOPICS WE DISCUSSED INCLUDE:

  • How That’s Bullshit started (8:00)
  • Find what works for you (11:20)
  • Identifying and removing bullshit (18:37)
  • Get a sense of your journey (26:15)
  • Focus on becoming the best version of yourself (28:04)
  • Create a goals board for giving (33:57) 
  • It’s about being present (39:08) 
  • Get balance (50:20) 

RESOURCES MENTIONED

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bramwellsolutions.com.au

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CONNECT WITH ELAINA MULLERY

HappyNurse.com.au

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For more information got to: happynurse.com.au/podcast/

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