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Next time on The RT Show, Jullien Gordon joins us to discuss the April book of the month The 8 Cylinders of Success. His inquiry-based "innerviewing" technique and trainings help people bring more of who they are to what they do. He has innerviewed 100s of people and discovered that most have an entrepreneurial spirit and if they are not free to exercise it at work, they are likely doing it through a side hustle. Someone with a side hustle sees their employer as their biggest but not their only client. Jullien sees this becoming the new career path for young workers. He defines side hustling as the practice of capitalizing on one’s skills, talents and gifts to create and capture value in the world through who we are and what we do. Through his speaking at colleges nationwide, trainings at Fortune 100 companies such as Pepsi and PwC, and his website SideHustla.com, Jullien is igniting the entrepreneurial spirit of millennials.
He began this path in 2007 as Associate Director of Talent Recruitment for Management Leadership for Tomorrow, where he recruited diverse talent at the college and MBA level. From there, he started his own leadership development company The Department of Motivated Vehicles, now called New Higher. As the Founding Partner, Jullien uses his innerviewing process to help companies and colleges understand what motivates their employees and students. His introspective techniques, trainings and tools seek to motivate, engage and retain talent to increase presence, productivity and profit. Jullien went to the Stanford Graduate School of Business, where he focused on organizational behavior, high performance leadership, strategy and entrepreneurship. He is the author of 4 books on career advancement, finding purpose, goal achievement and closing the college-to-career gap to help young people discover their life's work and make their highest contribution to the world every day.
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