02: Blake Fly: From Rez Lifer to Youth Speaker & Entrepreneur
Author. Speaker. Music Maker. He is a huge fan of the Teenage Mutant Ninja. He’s heavily lactose intolerant, and his favourite movie is ‘The Notebook’.
He’s been a TEDx conference host and speaker, and he has shared the stage with CBC’s Rick Mercer. He is the author of ‘The Campus Life Guide: Secrets for Success in College, University, and Life’.
He spent nearly a decade living and working in university residences and had over 6000 roommates during his student life. His family means the world to him, and his partner is the girl he plans to cook Kraft Dinner with over the next 75 years.
Please welcome our next Millennial Mentor, Blake Fleischacker.
In This Episode, You Will Learn:
- Blake’s wacky (and highly effective) criteria for confidently selecting a college or university
- Why taking classes your friends laugh at can be a brilliant life decision
- How gratitude and the words ‘Thank You’ can become your most powerful start-up tools
- Blake’s daily method of Gratitude Journaling
- Blake’s powerful perspective on the value of time
“Where you work matters, who you work with matters, and when you work matters. Entrepreneurship is the only way where you can call the shots in every single one of those areas.” ~Blake Fleischacker
- BOOK: Who Will Cry When You Die? by Robin Sharma
- Blake’s website: http://blakefly.com
- Blake on Twitter and Instagram: @blakefly
Did you enjoy the show?
We would LOVE to hear from you. What’s your biggest takeaway from this episode? How can you use Blake’s unique ‘start-up’ method in your life or business? Do you have a daily journaling method you’d love to share with the Moving Millennials community? Please share below.