INDIANAPOLIS (October 8, 2015) – Entrepreneurship is becoming more and more appealing to the millennial generation. With more and more opportunities being presented to the younger generation to explore their ideas, it’s no wonder they want to start their own careers.
Russ Terry, Connecticut ’14-Honorary, founder of Life Coach Radio Networks, made his passion come to life after hard work and plenty of advice. From working as a Certified Public Accountant, Sports Anchor and Reporter, Human resources Senior Management and Life Coach, Terry has used these experiences to find exactly what he wanted to do with his life; helping people.
As a self-employed business, life and career coach, Terry shares how anyone can become successful as an entrepreneur and a great leader. “I love being an entrepreneur! It’s an amazing life when YOU are in 100% control of what you do and when you do it. I didn’t find this path until later in life, but I’m a firm believer that a purpose can be found in everything and this was when the universe intended for me to experience this.” He gives advice from personal experiences and from what he was told by mentors, saying that anyone can become a successful entrepreneur.
Terry’s full article can be found in the newest issue of the Diary (volume 104 no. 2).