Podcast 21 – Connect and Revolutionize with Pace and Kyeli Smith

This week’s podcast features Pace and Kyeli Smith of The Connection Revolution. In this interview, they discuss the power of connecting with yourself and your true passions, which can go a long way in revolutionizing the way you work and live.

Pace and Kyeli are going to be attending this weekend’s World Domination Summit, as hosted by Chris Guillebeau and his team of dedicated volunteers. The summit (known as #WDS on Twitter) is going to bring 500 like-minded people from across the globe to Portland, Oregon for an truly inspiring weekend — and the connections that will be forged and the revolutionizing of lives that will take place are right up Pace and Kyeli’s alley.

Show Notes

  • Pace and Kyeli discuss their 52 Weeks to Awesome e-course.
  • Their thoughts on the notion of New Year’s Resolutions.
  • What are their stories behind their successes?
  • What they think people can do to elevate their game.
  • . . . and they each reveal their drinks of choice, work areas and tools that help them, well, work awesome.

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Mike Vardy an editor on Work Awesome. We could tell you where his personal productivity parody site, Eventualism and all of his other projects reside on the web, but you'd be best served going to Vardy.me and following the trail of virtual bread crumbs from there.


  1. Al Pittampalli on the 6th June

    We truly are not wired for long term. “Why am I doing this right now, today.” Great tip for motivating yourself when the going gets tough.

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