Growing up in Kansas City, Brit had her sights set on moving to New York. But after she earned her first job in her dream city, she realized the job she landed wasn’t a great fit, and knew she wanted a change. It was through the application process that Brit learned getting a job isn’t just luck; it takes strategy. On this week’s episode, Brit shares her story of how she came to found her job application jumpstart program, Attn: All.
Be sure to check out @attn_all on Instagram for job application do’s and don’ts!
When describing Excel, the first adjective to come to mind probably isn’t fun, but Kat Norton might just change people’s minds.
Kat Norton, also known as Ms. Excel, is truly one of a kind. Somehow, she’s made Excel tips and tricks incredibly engaging and accessible through social media platforms like TikTok and Instagram. On this week’s episode of Yuptown, Kat and I discuss her career journey and founding story of Ms. Excel. Plus, she’ll share how removing barriers and limiting beliefs can help anyone achieve personal and professional goals.
If you haven’t already, be sure to check out Ms. Excel on TikTok (@miss.excel) and Instagram (@miss.excel)!
Re-introducing Joe and Parker of Twos, a new way to remember things. Fittingly, Parker and Joe are the only guests to make a Two-time Yuptown appearance. On this week’s episode, they’ll share some exciting app updates!
Tim Herman’s career has been dedicated to serving the American Dream, first as a fighter pilot in the US Navy, and today, in the world of business. While on duty to duty service, Tim and his family moved often, and experienced the challenges that come with buying a home. It was during his time as an MBA student at Harvard that Tim decided to confront these challenges, and build a wider, better, path towards wealth creation. On this week’s episode, Tim shares the founding story UpEquity, a tech-enabled mortgage platform disrupting the U.S. mortgage loan market and empowering buyers and realtors alike.
Who’s the customer, what’s the problem, how do we solve it? This is the line of thinking that brought Omri Stern to build a company addressing a major problem in the “dusty” space of commercial real estate insurance management.
I first met Omri in 2019, when I attended a founder’s panel at a WeWork Labs event. He discussed the many challenges of launching a company. In tech specifically, many founders run the risk of failure by building products that fail to address a users’ true needs. In this week’s episode, we’ll talk about Omri’s problem-centric approach, how he employed this method in building Jones, and the importance of shifting from a “product and technology first” mentality to “business and problem first.
If you’re interested in learning more about how Jones might be a solution for your property management needs, check out getjones.com for more info today!