Jared Kleinert is the Co-Author of 2 Billion Under 20 (Forthcoming from St. Martin's Press, 2015), an eye-opening book about how Millennials are redefining success, breaking down barriers, and changing the world, as well as the co-founder of the larger group, movement, and company behind the book. He also blogs around the web, speaks, consults, and hustles (occasionally eating and sleeping too!). Find him at jaredkleinert.com or @jaredkleinert.

 

Recent posts by this Author


Bypass Shady New York City Brokers with Circumrent

Although I don’t live in New York, as someone who has considered moving to “The Big Apple,” I found it exhausting to even begin searching for places to live. For anyone who’s ever paid ridiculous broker fees, spent hours upon hours searching different sites…

MUST-READ Book Alert! Creativity for Sale

What if I told you that someone made $1,000,000 wearing T-shirts, pimping his last name, and pre-selling sponsorship spots in a book he hadn’t even written yet? Jason SurfrApp (formerly Jason Headsetsdotcom and Jason Sadler) has done just that over the last few years,…

The “Sharing Economy” Disrupts Yet Another Industry…Local Moving

If you read my last article on Tech Cocktail about a startup named PivotDesk, you would have noticed that I think very highly of the newly emerging “sharing economy.” I think, along with many others, that the “uberfication” of the service industry (with startups like…

Office Sharing Marketplace PivotDesk Expands to 23 New Cities

A few short weeks ago, Boulder-based startup PivotDesk announced its latest $3.8 million round of funding to be used in expanding their services to 23 new cities. The Techstars graduate is a B2B online marketplace for office sharing, where (similar to what Airbnb does…

5 Reasons Why Miami is an Awesome City for Tech

Maybe I’m slightly biased here; I’ve grown up in Boca Raton, a stone’s throw away from Miami, for the last 18 years and have looked to the city as a hub of entrepreneurial activity for the last four years. While Silicon Valley has always…