We talk a lot about following your passion, or creating a life you love and manifesting your desires. But easier said that done right?
Some of you are thinking, “well what if I’ve been working in one type of job for the last decade and it’s all I know? This is who i am!”
But this is limited thinking. We are so much more than our little brains can even comprehend. So the first step is believing all things are possible… but then what?
Today we’re learning to reset our thinking to make room for all that we can be.
Sounds like we need a mentor. Surprise!
Today we’re talking to Sergei and Vadim Revzin. These two brothers who have not only mentored and taught hundreds of entrepreneurs on this topic, they also have personal experience in resetting their own thinking to adapt to multiple career changes.
They’ve worked multiple fields at both early and growth stage businesses, and have been starting businesses together since college. Now Sergei is a Venture Investor at NYU and Vadim is a Entrepreneurship Lecturer at State University of New York, and they both write, public speak and host a podcast called The Mentors.
Today we will learn:
- How to reset your thinking to move beyond your current career
- How to identify skills you may not realize you’re great at and quickly acquire new skills
- Why it’s critical to reframe your story to fit your new career
Learn More About Vadim and Sergei Revzin
Vadim and Sergei Revzin
Sergei and Vadim Revzin have mentored and taught hundreds of entrepreneurs and students to help with everything from getting their business off the ground, to resolving co-founder conflict, career transitions, negotiation, and more. The brothers have both had multiple careers (in finance, tech, product, sales, etc.) at both early and growth stage businesses, and have been starting businesses together since college. Most recently they have become public speakers, podcasts hosts at The Mentors, and writers for Forbes and Goalcast. Currently, Sergei is a Venture Investor at NYU and Vadim is a Entrepreneurship Lecturer at State University of New York.