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Jul 16, 2019

Leaving a steady, secure job behind and transitioning to being a full-time speaker can be a nerve-racking undertaking, but it's well worth the effort and stress. That ... from someone who has successfully made the move, Clint Pulver.  

 Known as “The Millennial Speaker,” Clint Pulver helps organizations that want to retain, engage and inspire their people.


As the president and founder of The Center for Employee Retention, Clint has transformed how corporations like Keller Williams, AT&T and Hewlett Packard create lasting loyalty through his work and research as “The Undercover Millennial.”


For over a decade, he has been a self-motivated entrepreneur who is well-versed in business start-up, sales management, management training, and growing multi-million dollar accounts. Clint understands first hand that relationships are based on trust, service, support, connection and consistent follow-through.


A professional drummer for more than 20 years, he has appeared on America’s Got Talent and in several feature films. Being a drummer plays a significant role in his presentations.


Clint has dedicated his heart to helping organizations understand the younger generation and helping the younger generation understand themselves through living a life of significance, instead of just a life of success: “It’s not about being the best in the world … it’s about being the best FOR the world.”


Join Clint and me as we discuss his journey, how he made the move to being a full-time speaker, and the advice he has for others who want to make the jump.


Topics include:

  • what to ask potential clients
  • what you should have so make solid decisions
  • following up with people who took time with you
  • the value of being flexible and offering more than just a keynote
  • what Clint sees as a crash course in speaking
  • working with corporations
  • why you want more than "good job"


Resources in this episode:

- Clint Pulver