322: Carey Green: Saying Goodbye To A Calling But Finding A Passion

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carey-green-siteTodays guest on Join Up Dots is a man with huge faith in his religion and also himself.

He is an a family man, with pure hustle muscle running through him, and a desire to take on many different roles in his life.

Growing up in Texas, he has, since being a small boy, been a paper boy, a grocery bagger, delivery driver, cable TV disconnect-er to name just a few of the roles he has undertaken, but through all of them you can see a thread that connects them all.

At his core it seems to me that he has an interest in people and serving others.

It is that ability to connect with people, of all demographics that has lead to him to the life that he is living today. 

And that is where I get a bit stuck, as I cant quite see where he is today.

He is an author of both fiction and non-fiction, he is a podcaster, he is a pastor, and he is an entrepreneur.

Well lets just say that he is very busy man, with a drive to never have anyone say at his funeral “He had such potential…”

So the key questions that I feel are only right to ask him are:

What would he describe himself if he was met by a pretty lady in a bar (its ok his wife Mindi, won’t hear this bit!)

And does he see the rocket power that we need to go for the life of dreams, as enthusiasm, talent or just an idea?

Well lets find out as we bring onto the show to start joining up dots, with the one and only Mr Carey Green.

Show Highlights

During the episode we discussed such weighty topics such as:

How he would describe himself as an multi-preneur, as he has multiple income streams coming into his life, and enjoys the flexibility that they [provide him.

How his teenager friends always would say “I’m going to get out of this town” when he was growing up, although he never felt that with the intensity that they did.

How recurring membership is the business model that it is the true sustainable model and is one that he believes will be

How a seismic shift in the generations of the world has occurred over the last twenty years, with future generations being left on the divide of opportunities and belief.

And lastly…..

How a great business idea is to look at what we use everyday, and look at the things that annoy you somehow when you are using them. Can you resolve that annoyance?

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