Jun 24, 2019
Paul Jarvis is an
author, a maker of software and
online courses, and a digital privacy enthusiast. His writing and
ideas focus around the contrarian view that business growth isn’t
always good, and isn’t always required. In this episode, Paul sits
down with Cate to discuss his newest book, Company of One.
What you’ll get out of tuning in:
to figure out if “bigger” is really better for your
growth can sometimes promote you out of a job you love.
there is no one “right” way to build a business.
Links Mentioned in Episode:
- 2:03 to 5:30 - Paul explains
the premise of Company
- 11:16 to 14:04 - Paul discusses
the key messages from Company of One, including why there is no one right way to
build a business.
- 14:35 to 18:57 - Cate and Paul
discuss the benefits of hiring a freelance contractor to do bitwork
as opposed to hiring an employee. At the end, Cate explains how
this relates to Yoga Health Coaching.
- 21:52 to 26:02 - Cate and
Paul discuss autonomy vs. desire and how it relates to tantric
yoga. Paul explains how every business is a lifestyle
think money is an amplifier. So if you’re a good person and an
intentional person, and you make money in your business, then
you’re just going to amplify awesome!” --- Paul Jarvis
- “Chasing ‘more’ is hard because there’s no way
to define ‘more’ . . . . and I think the antithesis of that is to
think about what ‘enough’ is.” --- Paul Jarvis
reason I work for myself is to remove as much responsibility as
possible and still be profitable.” --- Paul Jarvis
- “Every business is a lifestyle business.” ---
Paul Jarvis is
a writer and designer who’s had his own company of one for the last
two decades. His latest book,
One, explores why
bigger isn’t always better in business.
He’s worked with professional
athletes like Steve Nash and Shaquille O’Neal, corporate giants
like Microsoft and Mercedes-Benz, and entrepreneurs with online
empires like Danielle LaPorte and Marie Forleo.
Currently, he teaches popular
online courses, hosts several podcasts and develops small but
mighty software solutions. Contact Paul on his website.