96: Ellory Wells: From A Theatre Class To A Man Of Class..He Shows Us Our Path

Welcome to the Steve Jobs based Join Up Dots Podcast Interview with Ellory Wells

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Ellory_wellsTodays guest joining us on the Join Up Dots podcast interview, is Mr Ellory Wells someone who as we discuss time and time again on Join Up Dots can pinpoint the moment when his life changed forever.

He knows his big dot on the Join Up Dots timeline.

In January of 2009, after seeing his career flourish, he was laid off, and found himself unemployed for three months.

And within those three months, Mr Ellory Wells  started learning about himself.

What he wanted to achieve in his life.

And how he wanted his life to be.

The key thought to everything he starting planning at the time, was in his words “I really discovered how working for someone else is just as risky as working for yourself.”

So Ellory Wells  began his personal leadership blog, which he uses as a platform to share what he had learned about leadership, personal development, personal branding and how to develop a leadership mindset.

Well let’s bring onto the show to start joining up dots, as we discuss the words of Steve Jobs with the one and only Mr Ellory Wells.

Show Highlights

During the show we discussed such weighty topics such as:

Why we always think that in life strangers have everything that we want!

How he took an 80% pay cut and realised the freedom he got was more important than the cash in many ways!

How Ellory Wells turned the C-Team in soccer into a tight, well drilled machine, by making them play as a unit, and not a bunch of individuals!

How moving into theatre at school was one of the key moments that pushed him out of his comfort zone, and man it was uncomfortable!

How it took him many years to realise “You must do what you want to be known for when you die”!

And lastly……

How if you are not passionate about what you are doing in life, you will always be outperformed!

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