Podcast 34: Passive Income, the Shock of Leaving College, and My Schedule as an Entrepreneur
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In our latest podcast recording, Perrin and I were able to sit down and discuss a variety of topics ranging from passive income, wealthy people, the transition from college to workplace, and much more.
If you read my last blog post, Does Passive Income Really Exist?, you will want to listen to this follow up podcast. Even though Perrin and I started out discussing passive income, the topic quickly shifted to other areas.
In particular, we spent the first 15 minutes or so discussing the American dream and how going from motivated student in college to full-time employee in the corporate world is not all its cracked up to be. Many of you have likely experienced the severe let down that can come from expecting big things after you graduate when instead you get shuffled to the back of the office in a cubicle.
I certainly felt that way, as did Perrin…you put in years of work to get a degree, and for the most part its useless. All learning is really done on the job for most careers, and the money doesn't come pouring in for most.
However, the benefits of entrepreneurship are huge. Perrin and I discuss how both our father's were entrepreneurs and how this has shaped our current lives.
Then I finally get into discussing more about passive income, my own work schedule as an internet entrepreneur, and much more.
Go ahead and give it a listen…we hope you enjoy the discussion!
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