Become a trailblazer!
Like Michelle’s Forbes 30 Under 30 podcast guests, gain the necessary clarity to align with your passion.
Whether you’re running your own ship or working for someone else, if you’re feeling lost and overwhelmed on the path that you’re on, The Peers Project is here to help.
The Peers Project podcast features inspirational, insightful and thought-provoking conversations with some of the worlds’ most impressive millennial entrepreneurs. From Forbes 30 Under 30 listees to Shark Tank participants and TEDx speakers, these millennial pioneers are the perfect example of the value of gaining clarity and aligning with individual passion in order to achieve meaningful success.
“I had the pleasure of being interviewed for Michelle’s the Peers Project podcast. Michelle has navigated the world, interviewing top business minds including Forbes 30 Under 30 listees in London and NYC. It is her unique, passionate and insightful line of questioning that makes her podcast really interesting! I look forward to seeing where she takes it, and the impact she’s making as a millennial coach.”
–Adam Stone, Speedlancer – Forbes 30 Under 30, Melbourne
“Had such an amazing interview with the lovely Michelle. Michelle is the founder of an outstanding podcast that features interviews of trailblazing millennials and some of the Forbes 30 Under 30 nominees! Beyond humbled to be a part of your powerful line up.”
–Brittany Garth, Dimensioned Wellness – Top 50 Social Influencer, (Cosmopolitan Magazine) Washington D.C.
“Speaking with Michelle on The Peers Project was a great experience to reflect on and share the decisions that help build who you are and make that peer-to-peer mentoring scalable. Gaining and giving these different perspectives is key – and entertaining.”
–Gemma Sole, Nineteenth Amendment – Forbes 30 Under 30, New York
“Michelle’s energy and enthusiasm was amazing! The Peers Project has such a relevant and interesting positioning and it was a pleasure to be part of it. Can’t wait to see who she has on next!”
–Joe Benn, Ugly Drinks, London
“It’s always humbling, and a pleasure to be asked to feature in any interviews, such as the Peers Project podcast. Being included in what is clearly becoming a much-loved piece of content for many (including me) is always an honour. Exploring the journey so far with Michelle, was super enjoyable and I hope everyone enjoys listening to it!”
–Ash Phillips, Yena – TEDx Speaker, Bristol
“Michelle and I had a great interview where we touched on a variety of topics from our competitive differentiation, to both my personal and entrepreneurial journey. I appreciate the opportunity to share my story and insights from multiple approaches and dimensions.”
–Zion Kim, 99Robots, New Jersey
“The Peers Project cuts deep to the core of what motivates us as entrepreneurs to do what we do and spend our time the way we spend it. My experience on the show and speaking with Michelle was truly inspiring.”
–Blake Engelhard, Brush On Smile, New York
“My experience with the Peers Project was absolutely incredible. Michelle is a motivated and driven individual who wants to change the world and I have no doubt in my mind that will happen.”
–John Logan, The New England Patriots Magician – TEDx Speaker, Boston
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