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Episode #32 – The Ultimate Box Burner, Angie Lee, And Yoga Pants

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Being passionate about what you do in life is crazy important. For some, that’s putting 25-30 years in at your job that will start with a four year college degree. If it fuels you and instills passion, rock on.

There are also many who are called to not walk this line. Whether it be trade school or traveling abroad or…entrepreneurship, taking that step outside of the norm can be crazy scary. If you’re feeling the pang to take that step or are already a box burner, know that you’re not alone. Angie Lee, the founder of Millionaire in Yoga Pants Podcast and the Pays to Be Brave Summit takes some time to inspire and motivate for all you fellow box burners. #selfcare #wellness #parentingteens #mentalhealth #helper

I believe life is too short to not be passionate about what you do and to not inspire and motivate others. Angie does all this and more. Check out her Podcast for a message that can make your drive into work a gazillion times more awesome: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/rich-bitch-entrepreneurship-money-life-brain-hacks/id1178232410?mt=2.

You can find the Goodness Chick on her Facebook Page, Facebook.com/GoodnessChick, or at www.goodnesschick.com.

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