Don't "follow your passion" and the truth about the paleo diet
In this episode, we discuss the many problems with "follow your passion" as career advice, the truth about the paleo diet, and whether diet or exercise impacts health more.
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What you’ll hear:
- The problems with the career advice that says, "follow your passion"
- Some more important things than passion to help you choose fulfilling work
- How the paleo diet falls short, and what to do instead
Can I quote you on that?
- "One of the first risks associated with following your passion is the fact that that passion is variable." Maggie
- "Even hitting mastery at something doesn't mean it's going to intersect with a career." Jacey
- "I like hearing the sound of my own voice, let's be honest." Maggie
- "I'm under no delusion that I'm entitled to earn a living from my passion." Jacey
- "There's very little research that validates that a paleo diet is good for athletic performance." Maggie
- "You can't exercise enough to make up for a bad diet and you can't eat well enough to make up for not exercising." Maggie
- "When it comes to losing weight, diet is more important [than exercise]." Maggie
- German chocolate cake recipe
- Our episode on dream jobs
- The many, many problems with follow your passion
- 'Follow your passion' is crappy advice
- Our episode on habit formation
- Our episode on vegetarian diets
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