This week I talk with Rachel, the creator and blogger behind The Confused Millennial. Rachel is a millennial blog consultant and coach. This episode will really speak to anyone who has taken the traditional path only to discover it’s not for them. I’ve been a reader of The Confused Millennial for a while now and I can tell you Rachel isn’t afraid to talk about the real issues Millennials facing. This episode was a blast to record and I know listeners will relate.
In this episode:
- How getting fired twice in one month opened her eyes.
- Why you should look into the low hanging fruit to build your business.
- Her light bulb moment that lead to The Confused Millennial launching in 48 hours.
- How now more than ever we are a population filled with anxiety.
- We dive into how she set boundaries in her career and things to consider when you set your own.
- How to turn job pitches into a freelance position that fits your needs.
- The different ways she deals with her anxiety and why we have to address our anxiety.
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Mentioned in this episode:
How To Get Run Over by a Truck by Katie McKenna
The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks
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What made you want to start an online business? Does it have a connection to your corporate or educational past?
Have you ever had to set boundaries in a professional setting?
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