Gerard Adams is known as The Millennial Mentor and is a thought leader, serial entrepreneur, angel investor, and philanthropist. He co-founded the popular online news platform Elite Daily and sold it for $50 million to The Daily Mail. At only 30 years old, he has backed 9 companies and has made 7 figures in revenue. Discover his story in today's podcast.
- 02:30 - How did Gerard get started?
- 03:50 - Gerard learned to be a leader through his father.
- 04:50 - Gerard's father was always hiding notes for Gerard to find and be inspired by.
- 08:10 - How did Gerard start Elite Daily?
- 11:00 - Gerard talks about the 2008 crash and how it affected his friends and his business.
- 13:45 - Elite Daily was acquired by the Daily Mail for 50 million.
- 16:50 - After joining a Tony Robbins seminar, Gerard was inspired to become a leader for this generation.
- 17:55 - Gerard shares a bit of light on Millennials and their relationship with employment.
- 20:25 - The way we communicate is changing, the technology is changing, but what hasn't changed is the grit and the hard work involved.
- 20:45 - Millennials want to bring their dreams to work, but is this a myth?
- 23:15 - How did Gerard build the right company culture for Millennials?
- 26:50 - Stuck in a cubicle? Don't miss out on Gerard's advice here.
- 28:05 - Gerard talks about his web series, Leaders Create Leaders.
- 31:35 - What are Gerard's morning rituals?
- 32:15 - What has Gerard changed his mind about recently?
- 35:35 - What advice does Gerard have for a young Millennial? Don't procrastinate.
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