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Presentation given to the Entrepreneurship track at the DECA Central Leadership Conference 2012 in Detroit, MI.

Presentation given to the Entrepreneurship track at the DECA Central Leadership Conference 2012 in Detroit, MI.

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  • Discovered on YouTube at 14\n\nJustin Drew Bieber ( /ˈbiːbər/ bee-bər, born March 1, 1994)[8] is a Canadian singer-songwriter, musician and actor.[3][5] Bieber was discovered in 2008 by American talent manager Scooter Braun,[9] who came across Bieber's videos on YouTube and later became his manager. Braun arranged for him to meet with entertainer Usher Raymond in Atlanta, Georgia, and Bieber was signed to Raymond Braun Media Group (RBMG),[10] and then to an Island Records recording contract offered by record executive L.A. Reid.[6][11]\n
  • Setup up YouTube channel at 15\n\nCruikshank was raised in Columbus, Nebraska and attended Lakeview High School. He is the son of Molly Jeanne (née Duffy) and Dave Alan Cruikshank.[5][6][7] He is the middle of eight children (he has five sisters and two brothers).[8][9]\nCruikshank, while testing character ideas, created the Fred character in a Halloween video, and uploaded it to a YouTube channel that he had started with his two cousins. Upon the success of Fred, he started a video series, and set up the Fred channel in April 2008.[9]By April 2009, the channel had over one million subscribers, making it the first YouTube channel to do so, and the most subscribed channel at the time.[10] In December 2009, Cruikshank filmed Fred: The Movie, which aired on Nickelodeon, in September 2010. Nickelodeon has created a franchise surrounding the character and began producing the sequel in March 2011.[11][12][13] Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred aired on October 22, 2011, also on Nickelodeon. In 2012 Fred: The Show aired, consisting of 20 11-minute episodes, as well as a third movie.\n\n
  • @tavitulle\nTavi Gevinson, 16, Founder/Editor-in-Chief ofRookie Mag, blogger at The Style Rookie. \nImpressive resume and fashion a-lister status aside, her tweets at @tavitulle make her sound just like your hilarious best friend.\n\n
  • Ben Lang, 18, tech entrepreneur, member of Israeli army. \n\n@benln's list of accomplishments reads like a seasoned veteran of the tech industry: He's founded two start-ups -- EpicLaunch and MySchoolHelp -- and played a major role in nine other initiatives. The 18-year-old currently serves in the Israeli Army, but he still finds time to tweet tech updates and ideas to his 10,000+ followers.\n
  • @thestyleline\nRachel Schwartzmann, 19, fashion blogger atLe Style Child and Le Style Line. \nRunning in heels doesn't do @thestyleline justice -- try sprinting in Jeffrey Campbell Litas. Follow this ambitious style blogger's thoughts and photos as she navigates her fashion-insider life in New York.\n\n
  • @alexbanayan\nAlex Banayan, 19, venture capitalist. \nHe may have been named "the world's youngest venture capitalist" by Business Insider, but@alexbanayan is still humble. His Twitter feed is full of inspiring quotes, so follow him for your daily dose of motivation.\n\n
  • @JCannon_nV\nJordan Cannon, 19, pro Major League Gamer. \n\nFor pro-gamer @JCannon_nV, playing video games is more than a hobby -- it's a high-paying career. He tweets about what he's currently playing and even tweets links, like this one, so you can watch him in action.\n\n
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Social Network Your Future Social Network Your Future Presentation Transcript

  • Social Network How to build influence now Your Future
  • Questions? Bill Ricebill.rice@kaleidico.com @billrice Get Presentation billrice.com/deca
  • This is not about tomorrow
  • This is not theory
  • If you want to be an entrepreneur...
  • If you want success...
  • Start Right Now!
  • Do not delay your dream.You lack nothing to be exceptional.
  • What it takes...• Curiosity• Forward-looking• Hard working• Passionate• Confident• Resourceful• Opinionated
  • Not convinced?
  • Justin Bieber, 18
  • Lucas Cruikshank aka Fred Figglehorn, 19
  • Tavi Gevinson, 16Founder/Editor-in-Chief of RookieMag.com
  • Ben Lang, 18Tech Entrepreneur
  • Rachel Schwartzmann, 19Fashion Blogger @ LeStyleChild.com
  • Alex Banayan, 19Venture Capitalist
  • Jordan Cannon, 19Pro Major League Gamer
  • 4 Steps to Social Network Your Future• What would you love to do?• Find the Influencers• Join the Community• Build Your Brand
  • Find Influencers
  • Search for experts Google
  • Find influence www.FindInfluence.com
  • Follow the experts Twitter Lists
  • Be a student YouTube
  • Now What?• Use influencers as career advisers/mentors• Be a student...watch carefully what they do• Ask them questions (Twitter/Google+/Facebook/YouTube)• Learn, emulate, and improve your skills• Help them promote their stuff• Leverage your community
  • Join the Community
  • Engage Leave comments
  • Promote Tweet, Share, Comment
  • Learn Forums
  • Create Your Brand
  • Key Elements of a Personal Brand• Website• LinkedIn• Twitter• Facebook• YouTube
  • Professional Gamer
  • Web-episodes and special effects
  • Let’s get started
  • Start your profile LinkedIn (Your Resume)
  • Write a book review Writers
  • Do game reviews/hints Gamer
  • Create Web-episodes Video production
  • Start a Tumblr Blog Fashion
  • Next Steps: Your Checklist1.Discover your passion2.Find where your community hangs out...3.Listen, watch, learn, engage4.Begin building your brand platform(s)5.Grow your own community
  • Questions? Bill Ricebill.rice@kaleidico.com @billrice Get Presentation billrice.com/deca