On Fun: Great Work Interviews Redux

How do you make work fun? Here are two interviews that explore how to get immense pleasure out of your everyday…

Marc Kielburger

Marc Kielburger is the CEO of Free the Children, the world’s largest network of children helping children through education (nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize), as well as being the co-founder and chief executive of Me to We, a sister organization to Free the Children also focused on social initiative. He’s written a NY Times, best seller, won a Rhodes Scholarship, was one of Canada’s ‘Top Forty Under Forty’ and got a law degree from Harvard.  And all before he’s 40.

To top it off, he’s a really lovely guy. (It would be so much easier if he wasn’t, wouldn’t it?)

In this conversation we turn the notion of “self-development” on its head, the importance of community and connection and how a single question from a member of parliament changed Marc’s life forever. We also make the connection between doing good and being happy.  A contribution to a bigger cause isn’t just about being noble.  It’s actually a way to live a life of great fulfillment.

Listen to my interview with Marc Kielburger

Mike Dooley, Infinite Possibilities

Mike is the man behind TUT.com, the author of Notes from the Universe – quite possibility the best email pick-me-up in the world – and also the author of a brand new book, Infinite Possibilities.

I asked Mike if I could interview him because he brings to his writing and speaking a fantastic mixture of wisdom, lightness and a deep hunger for adventure. The ability to frame life as both deeply serious and not so serious all at once is rare and wonderful.

Check out Mike’s book Infinite Possibilities, a book I can enthusiastically recommend.

Listen to my interview with Mike Dooley

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