In the ninth episode of the Live Limitless podcast I chat with Srinivas Rao of BlogcastFM.com and theSkoolofLife.com.
In this episode, we talk about:
- What made Srinivas want to take the unconventional path in life
- Why moving to Costa Rica changed his life and his mindset
- Turning down any kind of job that doesn’t fit our values
- What made him start BlogCastFM and some steps he took to grow it
- Digging into ourselves to find what we really stand for
- Challenges of living an unconventional life
- How social media can change our life
- His latest projects
- And MUCH more…
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If you’re running short on time;
(1:35): What made Srinivas take the unconventional path in life
(4:05): Why moving to Costa Rica changed his life and his mindset
(6:00): Why more and more people are willing to give up high paying jobs that don’t fit their values
(8:55): What made him start BlogCastFM and some of the steps he took to grow it into the 5-star podcast that it is today
(11:55): We talk about the amount of work that goes into projects like BlogCastFM
(13:27): Tips for digging into ourselves and finding out who we really are
(15:35): The challenges of living an unconventional life
(17:30): The benefits of living an unconventional life
(19:00): How social media can change our lives
(21:00): We talk about his new Facebook essays
(23:35): We talk about his latest projects
(25:30): His advice for listeners wanting to make a change in their life but are finding themselves holding back
Hope you enjoyed this interview with Srinivas Rao.
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Want more inspiration to live limitless? Check out this interview with John Bardos.
Joe Hage says
The “if you’re running short on time” concept is valuable. Thanks for doing that… and I’m probably going to start providing the same courtesy for my readers!
Thanks Joe. I figured if people are in a rush, it would help to see what topics are covered and when 🙂