“When I was getting out of the Navy, I drew a Venn diagram with one circle that said what I was good at, another circle that said what I was passionate about, and another circle that said what I could make money doing. This is what I came up with in the middle of the three circles.” -Michael Bradley, USNA ’01
Michael Bradley graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in ’01 and is the founder of M3S Networking and the Navy Nuclear Power Officer Career Conference, the only career conference connecting nuclear power officers with the country’s best companies and schools. Mike has attracted companies such as Apple and Blue Origin (Jeff Bezos’ company) along with colleges such as Wharton Business School to his career conference.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- How to turn your talent and passion into a sustainable business
- How to host a conference and market your event to maximize attendance
- How to attract top-tier attendees to your conference
- How to use “meet-ups” to generate new leads for your business
Resources mentioned in this episode:
Words of Wisdom
When Mike was getting out of the Navy, he drew a Venn diagram to find the intersection between his talents, his passion, and what paid well. As a result, the Nuclear Power Officers Career Conference was born. Where is your career on the Venn diagram?
Connect with Michael Bradley
If you found this episode valuable, please share it with a friend or colleague. If you are a Service Academy graduate and want to take your business to the next level, you can join our supportive community and get started today.
This episode is brought to you by Shopify. Shopify is an e-commerce platform where you can sell online, on social media, or in person. I use Shopify for my online store to sell StrengthsFinder coffee mugs and love it!
Get a 14-day free trial by checking out Shopify!
To help out the show:
- Leave an honest review on iTunes. This is a brand new show and your ratings and reviews really help, I read each one.
- Subscribe on iTunes
Special thanks to Michael for joining me this week. Until next time!
-Scott Mackes, USNA ’01