I finally gave myself permission to do the thing that felt right to me rather than doing the thing that other people or society says is what designates success. — Peg Cheng
Have you ever had a conversation with someone where you touch upon a seemingly endless amount of topics, and even after an hour of chatting, you still feel like you could talk with them for at least another 2-3 more hours?
Well, that’s how I felt after being interviewed by Jasraj “Jas” Hothi, Founder of The INF Club.
In this podcast convo, Jas and I talk about:
- my 35 jobs, embracing career exploration, and being a multipotentialite/scanner
- growing up in an immigrant family and the expectations and pressures that come with that
- Crazy Rich Asians and meeting author Kevin Kwan
- my autoimmune disorders (IBS, SIBO, Rosacea) and how I almost gave up on healing
- how and when my intuition shows up
- why and how I left the 9-to-5 job world
- the path is the gift
- doing a digital detox
- creating Plaid Frog Press and more!
So, make yourself a nice drink and tune in to my convo with the irrepressibly curious Jas Hothi. It’s available on Apple, Spotify, Anchor, and more. Hope you enjoy listening to it as much as we enjoyed recording it!
By the way, The INF Club is “a place for INFPs, INFJs and highly sensitive introverts who want to live better and feel more aligned with their true selves.” The club has helped me learn from and connect with other sensitive, intuitive, and creative people. If our chat resonates with you, I encourage you to check out The INF Club blog and try a 14-day free trial membership.
For more Peg-isms, read my written interview with Jas (with different Q&A than this podcast!).
You can’t change other people, you can only yourself, but by changing yourself, the whole system changes. — Peg Cheng re: a wise thing her therapist told her
Peg Cheng is an intuitive career adviser combining the practical with the metaphysical; the author of Rebel Millionaire: Get Rich on Your Own Terms, a guide for how to retire as a millionaire even if you make a modest income; and the creator of Fear & Writing, a workshop for procrastinating writers from all walks of life.
Peg Cheng photo by Marcus Donner. Jas Hothi photo by D. Hothi.