Episode 21: From an Arrogant, Homeless, College Dropout to Author, Speaker, Culture Change Agent w/ Host Greg E. Hill

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In this Episode, Minority Trailblazer Greg E. Hill shares;

  • Why knowing your strength’s is so important
  • The 3 Key’s to building a personal brand
  • Why he started the Minority Trailblazer Podcast
  • and much much more

Perfect show to share with;

  • Entrepreneurs,Teachers & Students
  • Someone who deals with depression or has dropped out
  • Aspiring Author’s & Podcasters
  • People that love positive, transparent, and actionable conversations with World Changers

Information About Greg E. Hill:

Greg E. Hill is from Durham North Carolina. He started his first business while attending high school at Riverside, where he led a team of 10 individuals selling soda’s which netted him over $120 a day. Upon leaving Riverside he attended North Carolina A&T State University which is where he launched his second business Join Me Entertainment which grossed over $100,000 during its 4 years existence. That experience landed him the opportunity to work under Former Mayor of Greensboro Yvvone Johnson where he coordinated the first ever Youth Symposium for the city of Greensboro. He has worked for 3 fortune 500 companies in corporate finance and is currently an Author, Speaker, Educational Consultant and host of The Minority Trailblazer Podcast which has been downloaded over 10,000 times and listened to in over 15 different countries.

Greg’s Favorite Quote

“It’s better to know and be disapointed than to never know and always wonder“- Unknown

Greg’s Favorite Book

The Power of Positive Thinking by Norman Vincent Peale

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