As a status-driven guy who still values his time off work, Tim has his own definitive version of success. When at a crossroads and not knowing what to do, he writes down his thoughts and shifts his focus to the things that make him happy.
After the eye-opening lessons he learned from his recent court case, Tim is reevaluating his life and what he used to consider success in the past. In today’s episode, his goal is to inspire people to achieve the type of success that will make them happy.
Tim shares about his upbringing and how it influenced his life decisions as he strived for success.
“If you don’t have your own idea of what success is, other people will give you their idea.” – Tim Castleman
Some topics that were discussed include:
- The importance of defining the line between business associates and friends
- Life lessons you learn from your parents
- Your upbringing and the effects as you grow up
- The importance of having Plan B in life
- Learning mistakes from other people’s actions
- Having a definite version of success
- Leaving things that are not part of your success journey
- Writing out what success looks like for you
- Success and time-offs
- Looking for someone with the lifestyle that you want
- How writing a list of what you don’t want to do can help
- What success looks like as a parent
- Teaching kids about money
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