The only true way to be successful, is to follow your personal definition of success. Measuring Success Right—a podcast for students by students—highlights professional, faculty, and exceptional student stories along with their definition of success.
This is the official podcast of the Marriott Student Review. Our motto is to "connect the leaders of tomorrow with the issues of today."
Evan Bartholio on the Business Career Center at the Marriott School of Business
Join us as Evan Bartholio, a student at BYU and employee of the Business Career Center at the Marriott School, discusses how lucrative the BCC has become for students seeking employment and why employers are ramping up recruitment at BYU.
Brayden Searle on His Experience in the Door-To-Door industry and Being a Christ-Like Leader
Brayden Searle, an experienced door-to-door salesman, discusses his 7+ years of experience in the industry, surviving and thriving in the refiner's fire, and building and living faith-based values to become the best version of yourself.
Sheri Thomas on Her Passion for Accounting and Being a Christ-like Leader
BYU Marriott School of Business Professor Sheri Thomas discusses with us her passion for accounting, a successful business career in corporate accounting, and how to be a Christ-like leader.
Trent Hickman on American Literature and the PhD experience
Trent Hickman discusses his research on how memory, trauma, and nostalgia influences American and Latinx literature. Additionally, Trent talks about his experience getting a PhD.
Whitney Kingsolver on Pollution in the Asian Pacific Region
Whitney Kingsolver dives into the details of pollution and its effect on the Asian Pacific Region.
Katie Krumperman on Period Poverty in the United States
Our next Ballard Brief spotlight is Katie Krumperman who shares her insights on the current period poverty situation in America.
Seriously loving listening to these episodes. I enjoy learning from the business paths of others. I especially loved the episode with Sheri Thomas. I’m a woman who plans to work while raising my children and I loved hearing her experience. Though I’m not a single mom, I found a lot of value in her story.
Quality people and content
I love listening to this podcast, it’s hard to find quality content that is wholesome and interesting these days!