Personal Development

Are You A Trailblazer?

Today I have interviewed Jonathan Mead from

Jonathan Talks about his story of quitting his corporate job to do something that he truly loves, which is helping others realise their potential.

However, when he realised there were hundreds of other people who were tired of their jobs and wanted to go it alone, and become an entrepreneur, he was suddenly in hot demand.  Ignoring the signs, at first, Jonathan eventually succumbed and started teaching others how they could go about making a living doing what they loved.

Check out the interview below


You can find out more information about Jonathan’s


and watch the great video we were talking about during the interview.

If you have any questions for Jonathan I am sure he would be happy to answer them here.  Just leave a comment below and tell us what you think of the interview.



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  • I like it… yes from dead end path to no end path! Very inspiring stuff. I am totally in sync with Jonathon’s thinking… And good on you Noc Noc for following your passion… Be at peace you have made the right decision to follow your passion, the Universe will provide for you. Thanks for the post Steven

    Chris T Atkinson

  • i’ve quit my corporate job but yet to build a business of some sort on my own. it serves as great encouragement to see/ hear from others who have done it. sometimes i wonder if i made a wrong decision to leave the warm next of steady pay and benefits.but i know i will not regret it
    thanks for remidning me
    Noch Noch

  • Hi Steve,
    Very helpful, very ‘illuminating’. Be prepared to learn, listen & perservere and the path can be yours. I gained some definite value from this interview, very impressive, thankyou.
    be good to yourself

  • I enjoy hearing a blogger instead of just reading their words. It gives me a better impression of the person behind the blog.

    Jonathan is truly an inspiration for me and others like me who left the 9 to 5 grind and decided to become an entrepreneur.

    The “work model” had gotten old for a lot of people and it is great once we open our eyes to and know that we can create our own sources of income.

  • Hey Steve

    Whichever way I look at it I am not a trailblazer (and I tried a few ways!) But after watching this I kinda wanna be.

    As you know my life has taken unexpected turns, and those turns have given me the freedom to leave my corporate life. But I now need to step it up a gear – and nothing like some inspiration to make you feel like that is possible. Thank you as ever for giving me those little nudges – even when I don’t realise I need them!


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