"Play to your teenager's strengths early" with Jackie Martin

E12: “Play to your teenager’s strengths early” with Jackie Martin

It is much easier to see your own strengths in others, but you may be limiting your teenager’s growth if you end there.

Jackie Martin, CEO of A Matter of Motivation, and Founder of the BMore Learning Student Program, realized there was a gap in how we prepare teenagers to join today’s workforce and she transitioned in to help parents and students in this arena.

She shares how she learned of this need and how she has, herself an expert on change, navigated through this new calling in her life.

You can connect with Jackie on the socials @amatterofmotivation or check out her website to connect:

About Jackie Martin:

Jackie Martin is the CEO of A Matter of Motivation, and the founder of the BMore Learning Student Program.

She brings together years of experience equipping teams, corporate leaders, and business owners all over the world with the communication, leadership, change resiliency, and business skills needed in the workplace. Jackie was tired of hearing parents and business leaders complain about, “kids these days…” so in addition to her work in the corporate arena, she developed a workforce-readiness workshop for students and young professionals to prepare them for life in the real-world.

In these fast-paced workshops and hands-on bootcamp settings, her team arms both students and parents with the social, communication, and leadership skills to take the next best steps in business and in life. Jackie considers herself a leadership junkie, a serial entrepreneur, and a life-long learner.

She’s also an John Maxwell Leadership trainer, a certified Change Cycle expert, and an NLP Practitioner.

Jackie considers it her mission in life to help students and professionals find their “sweet spot” in work and in life so they can fall in love with what they do and who they are.

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