David Kadavy

David Kadavy is author of the #18 Amazon best-seller, Design for Hackers, & host of Love Your Work

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Love Your Work: an Entrepreneurship Podcast

love-your-workHow do you find your calling? How do you focus to follow it? On the Love Your Work podcast I interview entrepreneurs, authors, and startup founders who have carved out success by their own definition.

How did they turn setbacks into opportunities? How did they discover their passion? How did they overcome doubt and emotional obstacles? I dig into all of this and more, trying to crack the code for fulfilling work.

Hear the stories of entrepreneurs and creators like Jason Fried, James Altucher, Noah Kagan, Mark Manson, and Laura Roeder. Learn from experts like behavioral economist Dan Ariely, cognitive neuroscientist John Kounios, and Dr. Terry Wahls.

I also bring you lessons from my own journey of loving my work. I followed my curiosity to become a best-selling author, but I’m always working to do better. I’ll talk about how to boost productivity, set goals, and build creative habits.

By the way, if you’re interested in hearing me from the other side of the mic, here is a complete list of podcasts I’ve been on.

Posts from the Love Your Work Podcast Category

Jeff Goins: Be a thriving artist (not a starving artist) – Love Your Work, Episode 79

June 22, 2017

jeff goins podcast interview 2You’ve heard it before. The story of the starving artist. You may even believe it yourself. You may think that to keep your creative integrity, you have to give up on making money.

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Who wants to be a billionaire? (not me) – Love Your Work, Episode 78

June 15, 2017

The world around us can program certain goals into our minds. If we aren’t careful, we can end up with goals that have nothing to do with our happiness. keep on reading »

Seth Godin – Love Your Work, Episode 77

June 08, 2017

seth godin podcast interviewI first discovered the work of Seth Godin about 13 years ago. Since then he’s helped me think about how to make work that’s remarkable – The Purple Cow. He’s shown me how to think about having a direct relationship with my customers – with Permission Marketing. He’s shown me how to push through when things get tough – with The Dip.

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Why I won’t write a New York Times best-seller – Love Your Work, Episode 76

June 01, 2017

Some of you already know that I’m writing a new book. Getting Art Done will help you overcome Resistance and bring your work into the world. keep on reading »

Chocolate. Danny Michlewicz, founder & chocolatier at Colombia’s Tilín Cacao. – Love Your Work, Episode 75

May 25, 2017

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Not too long after moving to Colombia, Danny Michelwicz got obsessed with cacao, the raw material that’s used to make chocolate. Since then, he’s been learning about the craft of sourcing cacao and making chocolate, learning about his new country in the process, and working to have an impact on an underserved region. keep on reading »

Why I didn’t join a podcast network – Love Your Work, Episode 74

May 18, 2017

podcast network podcastSometimes, to make a breakthrough, you have to partner up with “the man.” Sometimes it’s worth it. But, don’t jump at every chance you get. I recently had an opportunity to join a podcast network. In fact, it was a very good podcast network. keep on reading »

Sean Stephenson. Choose growth. – Love Your Work, Episode 73

May 11, 2017

Sean Stephenson Interview

May 5th, 1979. It was a jovial atmosphere. A new person was coming into the world. But as soon as the child was born, the room went quiet. The doctors predicted the baby wouldn’t make it through the next 24 hours. Now, over 35 years later, as that baby, now an adult, would joke in his TEDx talk – all of those doctors are dead. And Sean Stephenson (@theseantourage) is the only doctor that remains. keep on reading »

Quit your daily routine. Start your weekly routine. – Love Your Work, Episode 72

May 04, 2017

Routines can reduce cognitive friction and boost your productivity. But do you really want to do the same thing every day? keep on reading »

End the attention economy. STEEM’s Ned Scott on Steemit & cryptocurrency-driven social media. – Love Your Work, Episode 71

April 27, 2017

Ned Scott (@certainassets, Steemit: @ned is trying to reinvent the way content gets made. He wants you to get paid in the process. Ned is the co-founder of a cryptocurrency called STEEM, and he’s CEO of a website that runs on STEEM, called Steemit. keep on reading »

7 lessons from my neighbor, Warren Buffett – Love Your Work, Episode 70

April 20, 2017

Warren Buffett LessonsWarren Buffett and I were neighbors. He lived in his famously modest house on Farnam. I lived in a $535-a-month 1-bedroom, in a basement with moldy carpet, several blocks down, on 49th. keep on reading »

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