Entitled, lazy, unreliable. These are just a few of the words used to describe Millennials. It wasn’t too long ago consumer reports were being built about them and how they would acclimate to the professional world. Now, they’ll soon be leading the workforce. According to Forbes, 75% of the national labor force will be millennials by 2025. Despite the negative stereotypes, this generation is full of individuals already taking leadership positions at companies, starting their own businesses, and pursuing non-traditional means of supporting themselves and their families. In the GenWhy Leaders Podcast, we learn why leaders in this age group do what they do, what keeps them motivated, and how they have succeeded in this ever-more competitive marketplace.
Changing careers and compressing time with Rich Sanchez
Rich Sanchez is an investor, advisor, and speaker. He is currently the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Pierson Equity Group as well as the Founder & CEO of Product Fit. Listen in as he explains the moment he knew he had to make a career change to compress time and achieve his ideal lifestyle.
Drive sales by creating peer groups with Scott Havens
If you look up the term “Power Networker”, the definition is listed as “Scott Havens.” Listen to this episode, as Scott explains how he has become known as the “worst salesman in the world” for the non-traditional, yet successful ways he is able to add value to countless corporations in the Kansas City region. He currently is a Vice President and Shareholder of HUB International, a full service global insurance broker.
Podcast collaboration with “The Student Podcast”
GenWhy Leaders Podcast Host, Eric Hughey sits down with previous episode 049 guest Cody Isabel. Cody flips the mic on Eric and has him explain his hero’s journey into entrepreneurship. Cody is the Founder and CEO of CBAi, as well as Heros.ai, and runs a show called The Student Podcast.
Book Breakdown | Jon Shanahan reviews Pitch Anything
Jon Shanahan is the Founder and President of The Kavalier, as well as Co-Founder and CMO of Stryx. The Kavalier is a menswear review website and YouTube channel dedicated to helping guys look better, feel better, and live better. Stryx engineers discreet products uniquely for men, so that men can easily and comfortably look their best.
Treasure people with Sam Noel
Sam Noel is the Co-Founder of Treasure Advertising, a digital marketing and advertising firm. He’s also a Senior Sales Executive for Watchmen Security Services. Sam explains the importance of treasuring people in your life and in your business, as well as the 3 types of relationships every young entrepreneur should develop.
Train your way to career freedom with Peyton Warwick
Peyton Warwick is the Founder of AUX Partners, a Full Scale Tech, Sales, Marketing & Management Search Firm; and he is also the Co-Founder of Meld, a marketing technology collective. Hear from Peyton as he explains the need to find good mentors and coaches early in your career, train hard, and then put your skills to work by becoming your own boss as quickly as possible.