Jared Kleinert is the co-founder of 2 Billion Under 20, an organization and community dedicated to helping under 20s find and act on their passions. Jared is also the co-author of a book by the same name and often keynotes at events such as TEDx where he covers a range of topics including youth entrepreneurship and millennial empowerment. Besides being featured by TechCrunch, Business Insider, and Fast Company, he regularly contributes to publications such as The Huffington Post. Jared was called the “Definition of a Social Entrepreneur” by Forbes.
Being an entrepreneur is not as glamorous as people think it is. – Jared Kleinert
Millennials are becoming the most influential consumers in the market within the next decade. Technology increases are doubling yearly. This is true with social media. Millennials are also breaking down so many barriers. Success Habit: Helping other people. Most of his time is invested in helping people in his generation.
Jared’s One Idea
Jared got started in entrepreneurship around the age of 15. NowIgetit.com failed. At 16 years of age he started another project, Synergist, which earned him some notoriety as a social entrepreneur with Forbes. This was the inspiration for 2 Billion Under 20.
Jared and his team brought stories from 75 people who are now successful in going after their dreams, actors, athletes, entrepreneurs who are 20 and under to help others in their 20’s to act on their dreams. For the other generations have the ability to mentor and help those in their 20’s as well.
To connect with Jared Kleinert:
Jared’s email address: email@example.com
♦ Lifestyle design: Escape the normalcy of life. How can you have your business cater to the lifestyle you want to live? Work with a small group of clients and be paid very well as you deliver high value service.
♦ Have multiple income streams so that you’re not trapped into just one mode of income.
5 Moves To Start A New Business
If they were to start another business today, they would concentrate on this key factor:
- Business: Find something that you can test out in a lean way to validate your idea.
- Health: Take care of your health daily. Start on it before you start your business.
- Lifestyle: Make sure your business is catering to the lifestyle you want to live.
- Relationships: Start a dinner party series.
- Community: Bring along a lot of peers. Peer mentorship is very world class.
The Law of Success by Napoleon Hill
2 Billion Under 20: How Millenials Are Breaking Down Age Barriers ang Changing the World by Stacey Ferreira