062 – Free Agent Kevin Miller

062 – Free Agent Kevin Miller

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How can your teen grow up to work with their childhood hero?  What is the path to finding a passionate and exciting career?  What are some alternatives for intelligent teens who aren’t thriving in an academic environment?  Listen in today for wisdom on these questions from a life-long entrepreneur.

This is the podcast where we discuss innovation, excellence, and entrepreneurship for teens and the adults who cheer for them.  Today’s guest is a personal development enthusiast.  I won’t tip the cards on the show just yet, but let me share a quote by one of my favorite physicists, Albert Einstein.

“All that is valuable in human society depends upon the opportunity for development accorded the individual.”

Humans contain the most powerful innovations coming in the future.  Every great product or human accomplishment began in the mind of a person.  In fact, the seed of those ideas probably began in the mind of teenagers.  Can parents and educators inspire teens to pursue those seeds of world-change?

I believe so strongly in those seeds of potential that we’re starting a new project called the Resonance Innovation Fellowship where teens can find the mentoring and support to discover their full potential.  We have extensive experience working with teens and helping them accomplish unbelievable results.  If you know a high school student willing to push themselves, explore themselves, and grow more than anyone they know, send me an email at stevekurti@ttinvent.com and mention RIF–Resonance Innovation Fellowship.

Kevin Miller grew up as an entrepreneur.  In fact from his earliest memories, he always thought of himself as an entrepreneur.  Recently his enthusiasm for personal development led him to work with the Zig Ziglar brand, and he’s now the host of “The Ziglar Show”, one of the top 10 most popular business podcasts in the world!  Listen in today to hear the exciting and gritty details of growing up as an innovator.

About Kevin

KevinFallSeries4- podcastKevin is a master communicator and progress guide. He’s used these
skills to help over 1,000 people pursue self-employment as a vehicle
for their personal life goals. Today he hosts the top ranked Ziglar
Show, and is the primary business developer for a revolutionary
Medical Practice model. But his best work is done at home with his
large family in the Rocky Mountain National Forest. Being able in body
and mind to walk out one’s calling is what he cares for most.

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What is the Purpose of an Education?

“Something that will enable and equip us to walk out our personal calling.”  —Kevin Miller

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Kevin‘s Favorite Quote

” The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, 23 gentleness, self-control. Against such there is no law.”  Gal 5:22

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About Teachers 

My parents, Dan & Joanne Miller. They exposed me to the values I
most cherish today, and taught me to question the norm, and my

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 Something Kevin has made recently:

Custom wood lamps for my kids.

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Something Kevin has learned recently:

How to create a new family practice model.


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Full Text Transcript – Coming Soon!

kevin091_3-300x267“As a kid if I got an attitude problem, I would get an ‘attitude adjustment’ which meant reading some Zig Ziglar materials.”Kevin Miller

“One of the gifts of growing up in an entrepreneurial household was see the highs and lows–seeing one year the business is great and we’re literally driving Cadillacs and the next year things tank because of a bad decision and we’re driving embarrassing jalopies.”  —Kevin Miller

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