What does it take to command your personal brand and navigate the complex world of self-esteem, morality, and success? In today's episode, we're thrilled to have Jeremy Ryan Slate, founder and president of Command Your Brand, join us for an eye-opening discussion on his incredible journey and insights. From hosting the Create Your Own Life podcast with notable guests like four-star generals and CIA directors, to founding his company with his wife, Brielle, Jeremy has plenty to share about hard work, resilience, and the value of meaningful conversations.
We delve into the controversial topic of participation awards and the idea that self-esteem should be earned, not given. Jeremy reveals his thoughts on understanding why we fail in order to improve and the complexities of morality and spirituality in modern society. Together, we explore the state of education, the need for apprenticeship programs, and the challenges of politics and leadership today.
Don't miss this captivating conversation with Jeremy Ryan Slate, filled with valuable insights and thought-provoking discussions that will leave you questioning your own perspectives on success, self-esteem, and the power of dialogue. Tune in to learn how you too can command your brand and make your mark on the world.
Jeremy is the host of the Create Your Own Life Podcast, which studies the highest performers in the world. He studied literature at Oxford University, as well as holding a Master’s in Early Roman Empire Propaganda from Seton Hall University. His podcast was named the #1 Podcast to Listen To by INC Magazine in 2019, as well as Top 40 Under 40 by Podcast Magazine in 2022.
Jeremy and his wife, Brielle, co-founded Command Your Brand—a new media public relations agency designed to help entrepreneurs share their message by appearing as guests on podcasts. He resides in Stillwater, NJ where he raises chickens and is a former competitive powerlifter.
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