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."
Derek Sainsbury on Overcoming Difficulty and Building Relationships
Join our hosts Emily and Hunter as they interview Derek Sainsbury, a full-time religion professor and researcher at Brigham Young University.
Introducing the New Hosts
Hunter introduces the new members of the Measuring Success Right team: Michael, Emily, and Dalton. Listen as they share what success looks like to them.
Stuart Faught on Entrepreneurship and What it Takes to be a Successful Business Owner
Join our host in a discussion with business owner Stuart Faught, a successful self-made entrepreneur who has created and sold countless businesses. Hear how Stuart started his journey as a business owner and gain insights into his tips and tricks for finding inspiration and staying motivated.
Dean Madrian on the Marriott School of Business and its Values
Join our hosts as they discuss the Marriott School of Business and its values with Dean Madrian.
Cameron Mickle on Self Help and Serving Others
Join our hosts, Jason and Hunter as they speak with Cameron Mickle, a BYU student who has a passion for mentall health, self help and serving others.
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.
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!