You want to earn a great living while working on the things that matter most to you. All without sacrificing your relationships, health, or principles in the name of a paycheck.
To make that happen, you need to have control over your time and be strategic about the actions you take to create an ideal life for you and your family.
The problem is, you aren't being strategic!
You're spending all your time and energy on your job, but you're missing out on the benefits of climbing the ladder. Even when you do find yourself getting ahead, the increased commitment and pressure at work negates your promotion or small spike in pay by stealing even more of your time and energy.
This never-ending cycle leaves you feeling exhausted, frustrated, stuck and demoralized. Surely there has to be a better way!
I believe you deserve to win back your life and break free from the job-for-money trap!
- You deserve the freedom to choose how to spend your time and talent.
- You deserve a lifestyle that provides the freedom and flexibility to work on what, and with whom, you choose to without sacrificing your livelihood or security.
- You deserve an alternative to the toxic 9-5 culture.
Unboxed is the only career playbook you'll ever need to read. Whether you're just starting out, or you've been in your career for years, Unboxed will give you the WHAT and the WHY, but most importantly, teach you HOW to Create a Career on Your Terms!
About the Author:
Nick Murphy is a Lifestyle Business Coach and former NFL player. He's also the host of the Building a Lifestyle Business Podcast, experienced HR Tech entrepreneur, speaker and frequent media contributor on topics related to the future of work, jobs and careers.
USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, Inc.com, Yahoo!, Fox News, Business Insider, HR.com, MSN and many other national and regional outlets have featured his insights.
Nick splits his time between Omaha and Scottsdale with his wife and five children. When he's not writing, speaking, coaching or creating content, Nick can be found traveling, at the gym, or cheering on his beloved Arizona State Sun Devils.