447: Quit a Job You Hate for the Work You Love with Tim Rhode and Pat Hiban


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Do you love what you do for a living? Or do you find yourself feeling unfulfilled and wishing you were doing something else? A global poll conducted by Gallup sheds a disturbing light on this topic:

“With only 21% of employees engaged at work and 33% of employees thriving in their overall wellbeing, most would say that they don't find their work meaningful, don't think their lives are going well or don't feel hopeful about their future.

According to that same report, stress among workers is also at an all-time high. Surprisingly, people are feeling even more stressed than they did in 2020! So, why do so many people stick with jobs that they hate? And what can someone do if they want to get paid to do something that they love?

To help answer these questions, I’m talking with my good friends Tim Rhode and Pat Hiban. Their new book is called The Quitters Manifesto: Quit a Job You Hate for the Work You Love. In it, they explore why so many people feel trapped in their jobs but don’t know how to escape. The book will help you craft a game plan to survive uncertainty, create new opportunities, and make meaningful change. (If you’d like to get a copy, click here and use the code “ELROD” at checkout for 10% off.)


  • Why Tim and Pat quit jobs that didn’t serve them—and what happened next.
  • How to determine when it’s time to quit your job, and how to manage any fear and uncertainty you feel.
  • Why your worst-case scenario is never a downgrade from where you are right now.
  • How to build a “quit team'' to help you navigate career transitions gracefully.
  • Ways you can internalize your plan to quit into your daily practice—including your Miracle Morning.

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