“My life’s work is to help teach big, relevant topics to help millennials become their best selves. These topics include: career development, literacy and branding,” he told WatchTheYard.com. “When I was helping people with their resumes and interviewing skills I found myself encountering the same errors and issues. Because of this I decided to create captivating videos addressing the issues that I found my peers struggling with. I knew I had to intersect my teachings with something fun and captivating that’s what led me to Beyoncé and the other pop artists.”
Chris has since made other videos featuring J. Cole and Chris Brown lyrics to help millennials with best practices for LinkedIn profiles as well as help them navigate their freshman year.
“I just hope I can continue to teach my peers and get my message out to as many millennials as possible,” he said.
Check out Chris’ video titled “The 6 Best Resume Building Tips Using Beyoncé Lyrics”!
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