Discover Your Talent, Do What You Love with Don Hutcheson, Author, Entrepreneur and Podcast Host

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What do highly successful people actually do to succeed? For 35 years as entrepreneur, inventor, author and coach, Don Hutcheson has experienced and studied the proven career-building strategies that people around the world have used for literally decades to create lives of success, satisfaction and freedom. Several times a week, he interviews individuals and experts from every career category and profession on his podcast “Discover Your Talent, Do What You Love” which he started in 2015 and has over 630 episodes. Don is the co-author of the book “Don’t Waste Your Talent: The 8 Critical Steps to Discovering What You Do Best.”

He has published two magazines and built a career planning company based on his concept, The Whole Person Technology, which Dr. Stephen Covey (The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People) describes as “Brilliant, powerful and practical.”

 

In this interview, Don and Cindra talk about:

  • Why 87% of people worldwide do not enjoy the work
  • His Whole Person Technology
  • Why you should start with “your who” not “your why”
  • How we can find our purpose and do what we love
  • The difference between systems and our true self

 

Contact Don at DiscoverYourTalentPodcast.com or on Twitter @donhutcheson11 and Cindra on Twitter at @Mentally_Strong.

 

“What drives you and your passion? How do you want to contribute to yourself and the world?”@donhutcheson11
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“You are the master of your destiny. Don’t leave it up to outside forces.”@donhutcheson11
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“Until you know yourself, you’re unable to know your why.”@donhutcheson11
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“Trust your instincts and be willing to face your fears. Explore and be open to the options in front of you.”@donhutcheson11 [
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“Please stop. You want to be reflective a little bit. Finding our passion comes down to consciousness and being aware of yourself.”@donhutcheson11
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