Passion Pursuits: Learn how one educator balances a full plate of passions

I’m thrilled to introduce my rebooted interview series called, “Passion Pursuits.”

If you’re a long-time Shanti Pax subscriber, you will recall the peace interviews I used to conduct. I absolutely loved doing those interviews, so I decided to bring them back.

Most of you know by now that I’m on a mission to help people discover and go after the things they’re most passionate about.

In my new series Passion Pursuits, I interview inspiring people who are successfully pursuing their passion(s) on the side in their spare bits of time or have transitioned to making a living of it full-time.

When I first thought of this concept, I had one person in mind to be my first interviewee, and that’s my dear friend, Mitchell Olson. Mitchell and I went to college together many moons ago, and he’s been pursing passions on the side ever since we first met.

Mitchell tells us about how he balances a spot on the local news, a radio show, singing gigs, directing musicals, and emceeing big events with his day job. Plus, he tells a wickedly funny joke towards the end.

Check it out:

What do you think of the reboot? How do you balance your passions? Please leave a comment below. And if you liked this video, share it with a few friends. 🙂

XOXO,
Allyson

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  1. Sharon Stroschein
    Sharon Stroschein says:

    I loved your interview with Mitchell. As well as being an interesting person to interview, you could just feel the chemistry between you two. Now I will watch KSFY on Friday mornings to catch his schtik because we usually watch KELO. The whole interview was very inspiring. Loved it!

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    • Allyson
      Allyson says:

      I’m so glad you enjoyed watching the video! It was fun to make! Thank you for sharing it with your network. And kudos to KSFY for getting another viewer! XOXO

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