Millennials? Are they really that bad? with Chris Tuff Get Naked in Business Podcast

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Joining David in this fourth episode, we have National bestselling Author of The Millennial Whisperer & Partner at 22squared, Chris Tuff.  Opening up, Chris speaks about the importance of empathy & connection in today’s world.  Chris believes that the generation of millennials is misjudged, and Chris has formulated strategies to both communicate with them & lead them in a more meaningful way. David and Chris explore the world of being an author, how views can matter, and identifying the correct team for business growth and development.


IN THIS EPISODE, YOU WILL LEARN:

[00:03:28] Embracing your side hustle[00:05:08] What do Millennials look for in a leader?[00:14:17] How the book was created[00:20:38] 1,000,000 views[00:28:17] How to identify the right people for your business


Connect with Guest Name:

1. Follow Chris on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter & LinkedIn

2. Find Chris on his website

3. Purchase your copy of “The Millennial Whisper” here

4. Check out Chris at 22squared


Connect with David Asarnow


1. Find David on his website

2. Find David on his Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn & Facebook


About Get Naked Podcast

Welcome to the Get Naked In Business video podcast.

So the big question is… how do entrepreneurs like us, who built our businesses from the ground up, who spend our own capital, who want to make a huge impact on this world, how do we do all that and create a great income?

My mission for this podcast is to interview amazing entrepreneurs who are willing to get naked in front of the mirror, jump up and down, and let the real, raw insights all hang out. Insights to help accelerate your business growth.

My name is David Asarnow and welcome to Get Naked In Business. I’m glad you’re here… now it’s time to get naked! GetNakedInBusiness.com

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