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When we first started Elevation Nation we had three goals.1) Figure out how to conquer the real world ourselves2) Help others figure out how to conquer the real world3) Speak publically about our journey
Recently, we had a chance to cross ✔️ number 3 off our list. As we've grown Elevation Nation, our mission to help elevate ourselves and others hasn't changed. From Elevators, fans of the podcast, and now to students across the US, our dream is to help young people feel seen, heard, and empowered throughout their journeys to conquer the real world. Thank you all for being part of this incredible journey. Here's to many more elevated young adults in the future!
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Shining a light on accomplishments throughout Elevation Nation
Elevation Nation hit a huge milestone this month. We flew out to Chicago to work with some of the brightest young students at Prospect High School in partnership with their National Honor Society. Elevation Nation hosted two workshops for young people titled "Cement Your Legacy" & "Start Your Next Journey".We can't thank PHS administration and Elevator no. 20, John Camardella enough for this incredible opportunity. We absolutely loved working with and inspiring the next generation of Elevators. At the end of each workshop, we helped the students of PHS craft their very own Mental Mottos, helping spread the #mentalmotto movement to even more Elevators! Here's to many more speaking opportunities to come!
Welcome to Elevation Nation
The latest additions to the Elevation Nation community
Elevator no. 114 - Orly IsraelOrly is on a mission to help people elevate their listening skills, one conversation at a time. After setting up his listening table, Orly went viral and is starting a movement to help others be heard and hear better with improved listening skills and less judgment. Orly plans to travel the country listening to others across the United States!Orly's Mental Motto - "It's not a party if no one is dancing".
Elevator no. 115 - Gigi RobinsonGigi is on a mission to help inspire people. After being diagnosed with a chronic illness, she creates content, speaks, and models shedding light on her and many others' health situations. In addition, she is a Gen Z thought leader and the host of her own podcast "Everything You Need is Within". Gigi is talented both in front of and behind the camera as a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model and photographer.Gigi's Mental Motto - "Everything you need is within".
Elevator no. 116 - Garrett ThomasInspired to live a healthier life, Garrett wanted to cut down on drinking but felt options were limited. Instead of ordering a soda at the bar, Garrett wanted something that still felt mature and sophisticated. Thus, Goldies was born. His marketing techniques including going viral on TikTok and amazing parties have helped make Goldies a known name in NYC and soon, the entire US.Garrett's Mental Motto - "Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent".
Elevator no. 117 - Carly SilvermanRelatable and realistic content is how Carly exploded on Tik Tok and social media. Sharing the struggles of being a young adult, working at a startup, and going out on her own, Carly looks to inspire a generation of go-getters to follow their dreams. Oh, and did we mention her content is also hilarious? Check it out!Carly's Mental Motto - "Rejection is redirection".
Highlights and wins from around the Nation
🏒 With The Call - Elevator no. 92, Johnny Lazarus is solidifying himself as a sports commentator force in the world of hockey, most recently calling the UMass Senior night game.
4 quick ways to elevate your Mental Fortitude
📚 Quick Read - Public speaking can be scary. Here are ten tips from Havard to help you improve your speaking skills.
🎤 Quote - "Be sincere; be brief; be seated" - Franklin D. Roosevelt
🎬 Clip - Check out this clip we used in our workshop at Prospect High School highlighting the Mental Motto for Elevator no. 20, John Camardella!
🙋 Question - What makes a presentation interesting to you? The content, the storytelling, the person speaking? Think about your favorite aspects of presentations and try to incorporate them into your speaking gigs!
Until next month Elevation Nation...PeaceSam & Parker