Everette is founder of MilliSense (named after his mother Millicent), former CMO at StickerMule and leads growth + marketing for new projects at Microsoft. Throughout his career, Taylor has maintained a strong track record of helping companies grow through creative data-driven marketing. He has been called a "marketing genius" by Forbes, a "marketing star" by Fortune Magazine, a "visionary businessman" by The Huffington Post, and "an innovator who's changing the consumer marketing game" by Black Enterprise.
In this episode, we chat about his recent talk at the Wonder Women Tech Conference, why he's found the March of Dimes Foundation to be such a near + dear cause of his, how he struggled maintaining work/life balance early on in his entrepreneurial career suffering with bouts of depression, how working for renowned author, Neil Strauss, + later co-founding GrowthHackers with startup legend, Sean Ellis, changed his career outlook, how social media success makes most people think they're better off financially than what the reality is, how Creatives Aga;nst Depression is battling the feelings those social media stigmas can bring up, why he believes wholeheartedly in failure as a learning tool, and more on this episode of The Angry Millennial.
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