I cringe whenever I hear a twenty-something struggling with their career tell me they don’t know how to use LinkedIn! Why? Because LinkedIn is a powerful resource for recruiters and hiring managers and job seekers like you. You can use LinkedIn to find mentors, network, and establish a relationship with company’s you are interested in working for one day.
Don’t underestimate the power of this social media platform. It isn’t Facebook…it is sooo much more.
If you want to know how to Craft a Killer LinkedIn Profile-get my mini workshop in the Global Life Summit bundle OR schedule a Mentor Minutes session with me and get it for FREE!
www.milkthepigeon.com and follow on Twitter @milkthepigeon
Alexander Heyne has a unique and BOLD outlook on the world and what is next for Millennials. His no BS approach may not be for everyone, but I love it. He’s got great resources for those of you looking to have a life and career meant for you.
Get his free guide “What The Hell Should I Do With My Life?”
www.movingmillennials.com or follow on Twitter @movingpodcast
Dave Anderson is bringing you some of the most powerful and diverse voices of your generation to help you create a life of travel, contribution, and freedom in your 20s and 30s. Read his Manifesto and listen to his weekly podcast for some serious wisdom bombs.
Listen to his interview with me, I’m episode #9, now (or later…here’s the link).
www.genysuccess.com or follow on Twitter @jasondbay
Just launched by Jason Bay to expose young entrepreneurs to experts who share their knowledge in personal productivity, marketing, sales, entrepreneurship, leadership, personal branding and much more. Get a FREE report with apps, books, and other tools and his Millennial Success Guide.
And don’t miss his Gen Y Success Show with interviews with entrepreneurs (like me-podcast #8) and other experts.
www.chelseakrost.com or follow on Twitter @chelseakrost #millennialtalk
To say Chelsea Krost is a force to be reckoned with is an understatement. This talented and driven young woman has quickly become the voice and face of your generation. Her website and weekly #millennialtalk provide tips and resources for your life and career.
www.allgroanup.com or follow on Twitter @paulangone
Paul Angone has been on hiatus but recently made a come back to the work he loves and is passionate about. He is committed to guiding twenty-somethings through the “what now?” He covers career, relationships, spirituality, and so much more.
He wrote 101 Secrets for your Twenties, get a few of the chapters for free on his site.
www.brokemillennial.com or follow on Twitter @brokemillennial
Oh, how I wish I had gotten this great advice when I was in my 20s, heck, my 30’s, forget that I need it now. Erin Lowry will teach you how to be a fiscally responsible member of “Generation Me”. If managing money is a challenge for you (and if it isn’t, share your secrets) she has some great and practical advice for you.
www.lifeaftercollege.org or follow on Twitter @jenny_blake
Jenny Blake wants to help you organize your brain and subsequently your Life After College. If you are struggling with what to do next she has some great resources, tips, and services.
Start with her Organized Like A Ninja Toolkit.
www.growingleaders.com or follow on Twitter @timelmore
Tim Elmore is reaching out to the younger millennial, focusing on your leadership development because he believes that each of us is born with leadership qualities. His non-profit reaches out to schools and other community organizations to catch leaders while they are young. He’s got a free eBook and tons of wisdom in his blog.
www.lostgenygirl.com or follow on Twitter @genY_girl
Kayla Cruz hosts a blog for the modern millennial who wants to know they are not alone. Her personal stories and experience offer great insight into the real day to day challenges your generation is facing.
Enjoy visiting these powerful mentors and the amazing resources they offer. If you think I’ve missed one, please share!
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