Why These Mentors Should Dominate Your Social Media Newsfeed
Updated: Jul 21, 2020
They say that millennial don’t dare to reach their goals. These millennial entrepreneurs prove otherwise, here are some you definitely need to follow
1. Gary Vaynerchuk If social media marketing is the new frontier of advertising, Gary Vaynerchuk is one of the pioneers who first explored it. At a young age, he took his family’s wine business and multiplied its value 20 times, taking it from $3-million to $60-million in five years using YouTube as one of his primary tools. After that, he started VaynerMedia, which has grown into one of the world’s most influential digital marketing agencies. His latest venture is VaynerRSE, a $25-million investment fund. He is the host of the #AskGaryVee Show podcast, where he answers questions about entrepreneurship, social media, and more. 2. Ramit Sethi Ramit Sethi didn’t grow up wealthy, but he learned how to be wealthy and now his goal is to help others do the same thing. After studying psychology at Stanford—and losing half of his scholarship money on the stock market—he decided to turn that setback into an opportunity by dedicating himself to learning about money and how it works. What he discovered is that there’s an undeniable link between psychology and finance. He wrote a best-selling book,”I will teach you to be rich “and then spun that into a successful blog and online academy of the same name. So far, he has helped more than 20,000 people reach their goals. 3. Gerard Adams passion in life is helping other millennials achieve the same success he enjoys. As a thought leader, entrepreneur, and mentor, he’s doing his part in helping his generation reshape the world. Gerard founded EliteDaily.com, a news platform that got as many as 80 million views per month before he sold it for $50 million – becoming a self-made millionaire at only 24 years of age. Today, he travels the world and works with his clients, inspiring them to tap into their creativity, overcome negative thinking, and achieve the success they deserve.