We all understand the importance of working on ourselves and continuing our education, but how do we instill some of these principles into our children, too? Today’s guest has some answers. Jennifer Turliuk is an entrepreneur, author, speaker, and career coach. She is the founder and CEO of Maker Kids, the first and largest maker space for kids in the world. Jennifer offers career coaching services on career exploration, job search, resumes, cover letters, interviewing, and negotiations. She has helped clients get into exclusive schools and incubator programs, and land jobs at places like Google, P&G, and Kelson.
In today’s episode, Jennifer and I talk about:
- How Jennifer’s journey started at the age of 12.
- The inspiration behind the birth of Maker Kids.
- How social and emotional skills and incorporated into the learning material at Maker Kids.
- The hardest part about running a business and entrepreneurship that hasn’t felt natural to Jennifer.
- What to do if you feel like your idea is already oversaturated.
- The silver lining in Jennifer’s experiences.
… and so much more!
“You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.”
– Jennifer Turliuk
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