We recently asked our KW associates:
“What is one piece of advice you wish you’d been given about life or your career after graduating from college?”
And we received a LOT of responses...
Why this question matters to us:
At 79.8 million strong, millennials (ages 18 - 29) are becoming the fastest-growing generation in the U.S. workforce. By sharing lessons learned on their journey, KW associates can empower and fast-track this generation to success.
Gary Keller takes the conversation past social media:
On June 23, Gary Keller, co-founder and chairman of Keller Williams, will continue the conversation at Quantum Leap for Young Adults (QL), an event presented by KW Kids Can. During this three-day workshop, held June 22 - 24 in Austin, Texas, students will hear firsthand about Keller’s journey to becoming one of real estate’s most influential leaders. They will also participate in engaging exercises and learn about how they can gain a competitive edge, no matter what industry they pursue.
Keller will help students think through the following questions:
- Whose life am I leading?
- What does success look like?
- How do I know what my potential is?
- How will I know if I have enough money?
And illustrate how each choice they make builds upon the first and will ultimately determine their level of success.
“After taking QL, I realized life could be whatever I wanted it to be.”
Tim Heyl credits the course for launching him into a rewarding career in real estate.
“I took my first Quantum Leap with Gary Keller about six years ago,” Heyl recounts. As a result, Heyl says he experienced a paradigm shift. Instead of following in the footsteps of his parents and siblings, he realized that life could be whatever he wanted it to be and decided to launch his real estate business. Heyl, who is under the age of 30, owns four companies that closed over $79 million in sales in 2016.
“My level of inspiration has changed (after QL). I feel like I can do anything.”
Ria Andrews’ life was also altered after taking QL. The workshop empowered her to pursue her dreams of becoming a fashion designer.
“Before QL, I always knew I wanted to start my own business, but I didn’t know about how to go about it,” she says. “When I first started Quantum Leap, I thought, ‘You know what, this is probably going to be boring, I just want to pass the time.’ But my first day, I felt so inspired.”
The story doesn’t end here
If you know an ambitious young adult that you feel would benefit from this rare opportunity to spend time with Gary Keller, sign them up for Quantum Leap for Young Adults today!