Sun, 11 June 2017
Daniel DiPiazza is a successful, 29-year-old entrepreneur, who has built a massive, cult-like social networking following by advising other 20 and 30-somethings how to escape average jobs and become self-directed entrepreneurs.
Daniel’s website and freshly minted book are titled Rich20Something.
But this week, in a surprising interview with host and reputation coach Dean Rotbart, Daniel reveals that his advice actually is not aimed exclusively at those born after 1977.
Instead, Daniel sees all of us who own or operate businesses in 2017 as being part of the millennial generation – because, he contends, it is the tools, ideas, and philosophies of the millennial generation that are currently disrupting the business world.
[Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook) is 33; Evan Spiegel (Snap) is 27; Kevin Systrom (Instagram) is 33; and Brian Chesky (Airbnb) is 35.]
“Millennial,” Daniel says, is a frame of mind, not a birthdate. How old is your thinking?
Photo: Daniel DiPiazza, Rich20Something.com
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Until March of this year, Raymond Hennessey served as the editorial director of Entrepreneur Media, publisher of Entrepreneur magazine. He was one of the nation’s top small business journalists.
This week, Ray sits for a candid X-It Interview with Dean Rotbart, host of Monday Morning Radio and executive editor of NewsBios.com. Ray is now Chief Innovation Officer at JConnelly, a respected New York-based communications and marketing agency.
Free to speak his mind, Ray shares his frank thoughts on journalism and public relations.
Highlights of the interview include:
Photo: Ray Hennessey, JConnelly
Want to learn how to turbocharge your personal or business reputation? Schedule a 30-minute FREE phone consultation with reputation coach and Monday Morning Radio host Dean Rotbart: 1-303-296-1200. Limited slots now booking for June and July 2016.
Sun, 7 July 2013
How The Journey Institute Fosters Ordinary People Who Do Extraordinary Things for Their Businesses and Communities
The ancient Greek, Diogenes of Sinope, went in search of an honest man. Dafna Michaelson of Cincinnati went in search of problem solvers and idea generators. She had better luck.
In fact, Dafna, founder and president of The Journey Institute, traveled to all 50 states and Washington DC to hunt down people doing extraordinary things on behalf of their businesses and communities.
Dafna detests whiners. Her philosophy is straightforward: If you want to complain about some aspect of your business or community, then you have to be willing to do something about it. And if you can't do it yourself, find those who can and cheerlead for them.
This week on Monday Morning Radio, Dean Rotbart and his guest co-host, son Maxwell, interview Dafna and hear how she's mobilizing people to solve their own problems.
Dean and Maxwell share the hosting responsibilities each Sunday on Radio Chavura, a 30-minute broadcast radio program that focuses on the Jewish Community of greater-Denver. The program airs at 6:30 pm on 990 KRKS AM in Denver.
Dean, a member of the Wizard Academy faculty, is also the weekly co-host of Business Unconventional, a one-hour weekly broadcast that airs on 710 KNUS AM in Denver. David Biondo, a wealth management expert and authorized Bank on Yourself advisor, is the regular host of B. Unconventional.
When he’s not on the radio, Maxwell teaches 12th grade psychology and 9th grade geography at Grandview High School in Aurora, Colorado.
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Monday Morning Radio Run Time: 27 mins 15 secs
Direct download: 070813_MondayMorningRadio_BUnRadio_Podcast_Dafna_Michaelson.mp3
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