Transition & Learning {Jesse Genet}
Published December 8, 2016
48 min
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    How many fifteen-year-olds do you know have a mid-life crisis and stop to ask themselves, What really matters in life? Jesse Genet was one of them, and today she’s the Designer, Founder, and CEO of Lumi, a company that lets you easily brand your own packaging. Her journey to entrepreneurship started in high school – she basically petitioned herself out of her senior year and drove across the country to L.A. with nothing but a dream and her 1969 Lincoln convertible. Jesse is a perfect example of a perpetual learner, constantly putting herself in uncomfortable situations in order to grow. She offers great counterintuitive advice to women who are seeking to be more creative and take more risks, and as a bonus, she’s straight up hilarious. Show Notes: -Jesse Genet growing up – a serious girl who wanted to be taken seriously. [3:32] -Going through life phases early and fast, plus the turning point for her creativity. [7:32] -How Jesse deftly figured out a way to leave high school early, and other evidence of an independent spirit. [13:24] -On the benefits of being flexible, and choosing to view life with an opportunistic lens. [19:12] -“I always wanted to level up.” On constantly putting herself in uncomfortable situations in order to learn and grow. [21:34] -From a low year of being lonely and poor to creating a new path for herself. [27:21] -The ups and downs of being a CEO, plus Jesse’s insights on developing new skills. [34:18] -Jesse shares about her inner critic and offers advice to other women who want to be creative leaders and take more risks. [39:55] References: More on Jesse at Lumi website – Episode Sponsors: UENO – InVision – Music by Lucia Lilikoi –
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