Job Security In The Corporate World—The Writing Is On The Wall

In today’s episode of The Art of Passive Income, Mark and Scott talk with John Lim—BeMovingForward.com.

John drops the mic academically with a BA from The University of Pennsylvania, his JD from Georgetown Law, and an MBA from The Johns Hopkins University.

In addition, John was a former actor for television and film and is known for his role as Young Lt. Cmdr Sulu, in Star Trek: World and Enough and Time… Now that’s GEEKY!

John started off practicing law but couldn’t see himself dotting the I’s and crossing the T’s for the next 50 years so he then went to work with a Fortune 500 company for over a decade. After surviving a 40% cut in his company, John got his MBA and decided to test drive his new business degree on the advice of a professor. So he left the corporate world behind and is now a successful entrepreneur who specializes in public speaking, he’s a TEDx speaker and social digital media marketing expert for small businesses. He is also the host of the podcast series, Moving Forward.  

Listen in as John and Scott compare notes about the circumstances that led them to leave the corporate world for a better life. Could it be that Scott found his Doppelganger?

Plus, John shares:

  • The best advice his dad, a serial entrepreneur, gave him since starting his entrepreneurial journey
  • The worst thing he’s seen people do in the field of digital marketing
  • The one thing he would most like to change about himself

And so much more!

TIP OF THE WEEK

Mark: Learn more about John by going to his website at BeMovingForward.com.

Scott: Check out the book, Intimate Behavior by Desmond Moore and learn more about the 12 stages of intimacy.

John:

  1. Update your website to an SSL protocol.
  2. Check out Snip.ly to add a call-to-action to every link you share.

Also Johns book recommendation—Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook by Gary Vaynerchuk.

Isn’t it time to create passive income so you can work where you want, when you want and with whomever you want?

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