Lydia Lee is the Founder and Corporate Escape Coach of Screw the Cubicle, a movement to inspire people to break free from the shackles of conventional work. From building businesses to forging freelance careers, she’s already helped hundreds of talented professionals repurpose their skills to create better versions of their careers and become better versions of themselves. Now based in Bali, Indonesia, Lydia has been published in Forbes, The Huffington Post and many more publications. 
In this interview, Lydia and I chat about how:
◦ Her entrepreneurial journey started with a breakdown
◦ She would always get so bored with regular jobs
◦ She followed the “regular” route of going to college, joining the corporate life and when she was 28, she realized there was another life for her
◦ It took digging deep to understand that the corporate world was not for her
◦ Feeling on purpose was the catalyst for her in starting her business
◦ She hired her first business coach and how it was the best decision ever
◦ Her first business was based on international education where she was the agent to recruit teachers to teach abroad 
◦ To “Screw The Cubicle”
◦ To bring your skills, talents and prior knowledge to your business venture
◦ Knowing what you don’t want is as important as what you do want
◦ You cannot AUTOMATE INTIMACY in your business
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