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You had a marketing agency.
And Dave -- in ski apple -- and a co founders of living in a gray.
He just started in January and this is like a mission statement that you have a trying to get people who are sick of the -- five.
To try and find their real passion.
I -- deliver -- it's really it's it's a new initiative it's all about blending personal professional passions -- and we we find that in order to really truly be fulfilled in a career -- there has to be a melding of personal professional passions.
That ultimately will create that the film -- that I think so many people are looking for.
Millennial specifically it I think -- to change their vernacular about what.
Jobs -- and what a job is about a job is is now an extension if that's who you are and you want to feel like.
You want it if you like of our part if you.
And so -- -- that online sales have changed the environment.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- any level and it really what it comes down to is the fact that.
What you're what you're what you're passionate about and what you professionally past the sort of sync up because what what a let -- are as a generation they are incredibly fulfillment oriented.
Fulfillment is everything to us and we want to see that through our jobs because -- where spent so much of our time in life right.
So for us really -- this is about is it's about helping people unite the passion.
And the professional -- -- live in the gray says they -- fulfillment and -- fulfillment we know when you when you weathered a big corporation are eager to start up for -- not renew or.
Would it really does for you is that it it it was what -- does your company is it is it promotes retention productivity.
And all of that helps both the bottom line and the greater missions.
So is it fair to say that that's indicative of the -- job market right now it's tough to get a job technology has made us take our jobs home with us.
And then you have many companies not offering pension plans -- security anymore so honestly if you're going to be.
Working later and longer in life you might as well want it to you absolutely don't leave it at night as -- I don't -- that I had a similar -- That's still need to -- at night at 5 o'clock.
I think what they want though the place where they can feel a sense of empowerment they -- feel communicated win not down to I think that there is a sense.
What we have really found is that millennial in the job market -- that's a whole it's all about.
Finding this finding this balance between.
How you can be yourself how do you do that.
On your undersized chart that right yeah right that I -- it yet.
So -- a great outcome what we do is we provide inspiration insight and advice that allows people to really understand how they can blend their passion of the professional life.
So we start with these profiles of really notable people so we've had -- Blumenthal where Parker we've -- Lauren Bush Lauren -- projects.
We've had a -- your Corliss who's that TV journalist.
And what we've done is.
With all these people what we do this for sort of tell the biography of their career path to people need to see is that career -- today or not Linear.
Right here and they are these up and down journeys they ask you.
All over the place and take you through moments of fulfillment moments of failure moments of success and really through moments of -- of self doubt questioning of all these things.
Millennial need to see that -- -- they want to relate to that.
Am -- relating to that.
We're helping them to get to the next step.
-- whether anyone else like you said are all about the -- and an instant gratification but a career is a journey and it's not a actually don't think.
You know who -- who right now we're in grad graduation season right and -- I think 2000 and their time whether they're an underpaid.
And I -- and underemployed perhaps that are part you know people Alaska so what's your best piece of advice to the class of -- -- thirteen.
And at live in the grave really do our best piece of devices that -- eat there used to be and still could be them that much for that take whatever you can get.
We're saying don't take whatever you can get them.
What you're on is a journey at every step along that journey matters and if you need to figure out.
If you still figuring out where that -- gonna -- you it's okay to work at a coffee shop and wait tables because.
Also late you're you're gonna be you need to be spending some hours every week figuring out what doesn't feel like work -- what -- points do you have that you can translate into a career.
I get it I -- it.
However with the average student graduating with 25000 dollars in debt tour and tuition costs stained.
Dollars plus a year at a private player nonprofit.
When and parents of the line ails the baby boomers is that how you convince them of what you just -- Right so well you're doing that right what you really searching for what do for your passion.
We need to -- -- create opportunities for yourself and really can really take initiative so what what we say is it's OK to start small and our philosophy.
But aim for bigger we say be humble but respect your enthusiasm and we'll put that into into an example for you.
So we we just hosted -- -- your New York over a hundred people came on Monday night.
And we had the well one of the senior people now at -- -- speak up panel.
What that person who did and that she's literally two to three years at college at this point and it has had to New York writes that company.
She started with she was really passionate -- confidant buzz -- She beat down their doors to try to you get a job there she even -- called.
And really pay -- -- edition chip created the opportunity for herself so we.
And that's got 45 people reporting tour and she's got a great job if she sees their career for herself music Florida.
And he's five point 16 or -- -- 637 maybe but I guess the point is as we know that.
You're gonna get me 85%.
I've the return factor we if he -- at a 10000 and -- hundred blind emails we know that.
But what we're seeing is just going -- that motion and going through that process.
It's actually very very effective in what we're we're big believers in the power risk.
And I think that there's such a negative connotation -- towards risk because -- economic downturn because of the that the climate that we're in.
We say very powerfully that risk makes life remarkable you can't have an -- abundance of risking your -- -- you don't want to have too much of it but I'm a guy that's my master's degree in public health for the folks who maternal and children's health.
-- even know about the business of marketing.
-- I hated what I was doing.
I started moving boxes and doing whatever I could do translated to.
Mean learning about it coal industry adding that the industry existed and I'm a leader of that fifty people working at a company that is the what are the trends and best companies out there to work and and now because of that.
That experience I -- know inspire others to get to this a little.
Gray is responding to the times we are found and -- market -- different type of generation that will be our next leader is -- guys.
We appreciate you bringing us live is live in regret they.
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