3 Jan #15 Risk for Passion with Jeremy “Brotha James” Reisig by jon vroman in Podcasts no Comments Today we’re joined by a musician and businessman who moves the world with his voice and powerfully moving lyrics: Jeremy Reisig (AKA: Brotha James) Not only did this guy write a song for Front Row Foundation, but his every word today is an inspiration to living a better and more positive life. We go through the details of how to maintain the balance of life in business, pursuing a passion that’s conflicting and making it work harmoniously with your current business. Enjoying the show? For iTunes listeners, get automatic downloads and share the love by Subscribing, rating & reviewing here! Music is an incredible avenue to combine the psychologies of what we’ve learned. – Jeremy Click To Tweet Today’s topics included: Exploring risk in our lives: when is it good to take the risk and when it’s worth not taking the risk in life? The importance of not making money your goal “What would you do for free?” Being open to advice and getting the advice at the right time Jeremy’s creative process for making music Ingredients for a back row to front row moment Advice for people wanting to live in the front row Jeremy tells all about how he pursued his passions and purpose in life and how he created a business that allowed for financial freedom so he could pursue more of his passions. He’s got an incredible story that you won’t want to miss and it will inspire you. Fit your passion and your purpose in your life in a real intentional way. – Jeremy Click To Tweet Links and resources: Bold by Peter H. Diamandis Garage Band Jeremy’s Facebook page Jeremy’s YouTube channel Thanks for listening! Subscribe, rate & review here! More from my site#16 Pursuing Passions with Carey Smolensky# 9: Improv, Curiosity, & “Yes…. And” with Betsy Crouch#14 Multi-Dimensional Winning, Game Based Learning and Throwing More Dice with FreshBiz Game Co-Founder Sim Gluck Love this? Share it! Get an email notification when our next podcast episode is available!