Issue 112 - 04 | DON’T QUIT YOUR JOB. FIRE YOUR BOSS. (An Invitation to Unravel What the World Has Taught You About Your Work, Your Career and Your Future)
By Aaron McHugh Published Dec. 20, 2013 8:30 a.m.

“Do you have what it takes to make a difference in your nine-to-five job? What if you could restructure your work to do what you love? And, what if it all starts with firing your boss?

Don’t Quit Your Job. Fire Your Boss is a manifesto, a change in trajectory for your future. You own the opportunity to be the best at what you’re already doing. Asking permission to pursue your dreams and do meaningful work doesn’t start with hitting the eject button. Maybe it starts with staying right where you are, but there’s a catch: your boss, well, you need to fire him.

Blogger, writer, and career liberator Aaron McHugh shares from his own experience what it took to fire his boss. Creativity, inspiration, and fulfillment mixed with struggle and uncertainty form this type of journey. Only the brave are willing to make this disruptive shift in their career. Yet for every convert there is a guarantee of the most fulfilling, challenging, and liberating work you’ve always wanted.

Make the change. Read this book, and then go fire your boss.”



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About Aaron McHugh | Aaron McHugh is a writer, blogger, and career liberator. He was an early pioneer in streaming Internet media technology now used in WebEx and GoToMeeting-like conference solutions. His extensive experience in broadcast media and venture startups prepared Aaron to launch his own Work– Life– Play platform in 2011.

Aaron is a graduate of Baylor University and Seth Godin’s highly prestigious Medicine Ball intensive workshop. His Work– Life– Play podcast features dynamic interviews and success stories with startup CEOs, entrepreneurs, TED speakers, and New York Times best-selling authors.

Aaron and his wife have been married 20 years. They have three children and live in the Colorado Springs area. In his free time, Aaron is an Ironman triathlete and mountaineer.

Follow Aaron’s writings at aaronmchugh.com and connect with Aaron on social media at @aarondmchugh.

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