Don't "follow your passion" and the truth about the paleo diet

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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

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Show notesJacey Verdicchio