Here's the formula for getting paid to do what you love

What if there was a formula for getting paid to do what you love?

Well I reckon I've cracked it.

Drawing on all my work with people over the last decade I came up with the Playcheque Formula.

The formula has just 4 elements and once you've unlocked it you too can get paid to do something you love.

It's the second of my series on the 5 things I've learned in the 5 years since my book was published.


Watch my video to unlock the Playcheque Formula:

Let me know what you think in the comments below. Have you cracked the formula or are you still playing it out?

Need help unlocking the Playcheque Formula?

Get my new step-by-step programme to find an idea you love and start making money out of it here:

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  • Joeplu

    Thank you for sharing this with us John. I know your telling me the same basic thing again but in a different way, keep doing this because I hope one day soon it with sink in and I will get off my arse and do something with all these ideas I have instead of just moaning about what I haven't got. Thanks all the best to you.

  • johnsw

    Ha! Where do you think you've got to on the Playcheque Formula, Joe?

  • Joeplu

    Well I've got lot's of idea's but that's about it. As unfulfilling as I feel my life is now I don’t think I have touched bottom yet, I may think I have but I must have further to fall as I don’t seem to have that push to get what needs to be done. I understand all that you say and know that’s the way forward for me. I get excited about my plans and Ideas when I hear you talk or I read your blog but then I go to work it's ok don’t have to think much, then I get home and I can make myself feel better by losing myself in the TV for a few hours and before I know it that’s the evening gone!!!

    I know I’ve got my priorities wrong and the sad thing is that when I was 40 I used to think next year I will put my plans into action, now I’m 50 I’m thinking am I too old for all this change now should I just stay where I am?......Which in those moments of enlightenment I know is crap.

    Wow I went on a bit then, I bet you're glad you asked now!! Sorry I didn't know when to stop.

  • johnsw

    I think the solution Joe is microblocking. Start doing 20 minutes when you get home with a countdown timer as I describe in my book. That will shake you out of stuckness without triggering procrastination