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The Importance of Focus and Persistence
179: The Importance of Focus and Persistence

179: The Importance of Focus and Persistence



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The two key ingredients to successfully quitting your job and starting a business.

The world is full of distractions — even more now than ever. To successfully quit your job and start a business requires an intense focus on the things that will actually matter enough to get you there as well as continuous persistent action. On this episode of the How to Quit Working Show Jeff and Heather discuss the importance of being focused on what matters most and persistently pursing your goal until success.

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About Jeff Steinmann

Jeff 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”.

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