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The Trembling 2am Voice Note: Caleb Wojcik’s Journey (FS005)

Caleb Wojcik (one of the Fizzle Show hosts) has an intensely relatable story full of tips, tricks, track suits and lessons learned.

In this podcast we explore his journey from corporate cubicle drudgery to entrepreneurial hunger to terrifying decisions and becoming a connected and successful blogger.

It’s a thrilling ride (even has some 2am road pushups… and did I already say track suits?).

We also get into some big picture stuff and discuss what you can expect from the Fizzle show in coming months (and explain what the name means).

What An Awesome Launch Week

This is the last episode of our launch week. (In case you missed it, we released a podcast every day this week.)

We’ve got to say it again: THANK YOU! We’re so glad you’re liking the show and your reviews on iTunes have been hilarious and awesome. You guys are the best.

From here on out you can expect a new podcast every Thursday. That’s the plan we’ve settled on… let us know what you think.

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Show Notes

Pocket Changed | From Cubicle Renegade To Thriving Entrepreneur

The Art of Non-Conformity

Get Rich Slowly – Personal Finance That Makes Cents

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  • Spencer O.

    Great, great episode. I relate so much to Caleb’s story. I’m a corporate accountant looking to break out on my own. I do freelance web design on the side but I also feel drawn to explore the online business world.

    I liked the segment that discussed how Caleb approached the balance between living frugally while also spending a bit of money on the beginning of his business.

    Very inspiring stuff.

    • Chase Reeves

      Awesome, Spencer. Cheers!

  • pat

    It is always toygh starting out. I end up spending most of free time and money getting my niche sites running. I am hoping to get them to be full time within three months. Thanks for sharing….Pat

  • Thai Wood

    Wow, great job getting so much out there so quickly! Can we look forward to transcripts being available? I don’t listen to a lot of audio and find that I retain more information if I can read at my own pace.

  • Diana Diaz

    Awesome podcast! It was difficult to start a blog for myself but your ideas always kept me going. I love how you mentioned the existential moments we ALL have. That’s the beauty of life! Keep up the great work!! You all three rock!

  • Caleb Wojcik

    Very similar Markita! I hope to see you at WDS this year. Perhaps doing pushups? ;)

Up Next:

Panic at the Border: How Corbett Barr Got Started (FS003)

Do you wonder how you’ll ever actually do the things you dream about? In this episode Corbett Barr shares how he made the transition from dreaming to doing. It wasn’t easy for him (wait till the bit about his panic at the Mexican border) but it completely changed his path, expanding his perspective about where he wanted to go with his career (and life).

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