The Millennial Leadership Show
“The Ultimate Podcast with Powerhouse Millennials”
Randall Sean Garcia, Wes Gay, and Will Bagget combine to give you the top leadership advice that you can find, with a Millennial twist. Find out how you can build your personal brand as an entrepreneur or corporate executive. Each episode is jam packed with actionable tips and advice that will help you thrive in this new era of leadership
If you’re like most of our readers, you’re a successful, high-achieving millennial. You are committed to winning at work, and—equally important—succeeding at life. You strive to grow, get better, and reach your potential. You want to leave a lasting impact on your world and break the negative stereotypes that are associated with our generation.
But something keeps getting in the way: There just seems to be too much to do and too little time. Maybe you feel like this reader:
“I feel overwhelmed. No matter what I’m doing, I feel like I should be doing something else. I have my degree from a great University, I have a decent job, but there is something missing. Technically, I guess I am considered a leader to some, but I don’t feel like it. I show up to work everyday just to merely accomplish my tasks and bring home my paycheck.”
Does This Sound Like You?
- Do you feel like life is coming at you faster than you can manage it?
- Do you fear the important things are falling through the cracks?
- Do you worry that what seemed temporary has now becoming permanent?
If so, you’re not alone. All of us have felt this way.
I Know How You Feel
I know what it feels like to be in over your head—to not have clear, defined goals. To not know your purpose in your life and in your career. I know what it feels like when you feel like you are getting much less attention than you deserve. For years, I, too, worked a 9 to 5, lived for the weekends, and lived paycheck to paycheck. I hadn’t discovered my true strengths, my true purpose, and my true self. As a successful young entrepreneur 3 times over, I have faced the reality that there’s always more to do than there is time. But I also realized the answer isn’t simply to get more done.
The answer it to get the right things done. If you’re like me, that means making your relationship with God, your health, your marriage, relationships with your friends, your church, and your contribution to your community top priorities. In your own life’s achievements, you are yearning to grow your leadership capabilities, your own brand, and your personal development. You may not know where to start, but you have come to the right place.