10.10.10

October 10, 2010 at 10:10 a.m. marked the online launch of GenJuice! GenJuice was founded by Arielle Scott, Danielle Leslie and Virgilia Singh and these rockstar ladies wanted to create a place for emerging influencers. They strive to help others Quit & Createto stop working and living life in a way that makes them unhappy and unsatisfied and do something proactive to change it. GenJuice holds speaking tours across the country; last year they took place in 13 cities around the country and connected over 35,000 Gen-Yers online and in person.

Our big mission is to help 1 million young people across the world quit stalling and start creating a path to who they want to be.

GenJuice team has decided to become the #1 destination and resource for emerging influencers. We define emerging influencers as young people innovating within their industries. GenJuice now provides content, events, products and a community for young people, primarily ages 17-29.

The posts are divided into the following categories: Arts & CultureBusiness & LifestyleGlobal Affairs & LawSocial Change and Technology & Innovation. The screen shot of my first post on GenJuice “What about my future?!” is below and I chat about one of my favorite quotes by Henry David Thoreau “Go confidently in the direction of your dreams! Live the life you’ve imagined.” I’ll be creating content for GenJuice focused on maintaining balance and happiness while transitioning from college to “the real world.” I’m excited to be on board and let me know what you think of my post and GenJuice overall! Have a happy Tuesday queens!

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