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Jennifer Jackson is a self-described “regular girl,” navigating her 20s and helping other young people figure out the real world. After her own graduation, Jennifer realized that while she had a great academic education, there was so much about “adulting” she didn’t know. After a brief struggle and lots of self-education, Jennifer paid off her debts and began traveling. She became a millennial transition coach and created ADLT101 to serve as the resource she wishes she had when taking the leap into adulthood.


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In this episode, Jennifer shares:

How to use existing relationships to launch your business

how to use your traditional job to fund your own business

How she continuously improves her business model over time

strategies for coping with the ups and downs of entrepreneurship

her #1 tip for transitioning from full-time employment to entrepreneurship

how she makes money even though her target audience is stereotypically broke

After the episode, be sure to check out these resources!

Jennifer’s Contact Info


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Other Resources

The book that’s helped Jennifer the most: The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho