Real Leaders Don't Listen to Others -- They Make Their Own Destiny If you can understand for yourself where you come from and where you want to go, you can make the most of your present.

By Gerard Adams

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In the third season finale of Leaders Create Leaders, Entrepreneur Network partner Gerard Adams wants to give you the sort of motivation that can carry you through until Season 4. In it, he urges millennials and all leaders to separate themselves from the distractions, fears and beliefs we often hold so closely.

Adams believes there is power in understanding things for yourself, not just because someone else told you, and he wants you to discover your own truth that can set you on your own path toward success.

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See more episodes of Leaders Create Leaders Season 1 and 2 on Gerard Adam's YouTube channel.

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See more episodes of Leaders Create Leaders Season 1 and 2 on Gerard Adam's YouTube channel.

Gerard Adams

Entrepreneur, angel investor, self-made millionaire at 24

Gerard Adams is The Millennial Mentor™, inspiring the generation to leverage their passions for success and create the lifestyle they dream of. A serial entrepreneur, angel investor, self-made millionaire by the age of 24 and millennial himself, he is most popularly known as the co-founder of Elite Daily. To date, he has built, backed or invested in nine businesses across multiple industries that have all delivered over seven-figure profits. Gerard has recently developed a video series, Leaders Create Leaders, to offer a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur. Learn more at GerardAdams.com

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