Genevieve Piturro: How can college students find their purpose?

Our next guest is Genevieve Piturro! Instead of just dreaming about doing something great, she founded Pajama Program, which is changing the lives of children, but also impacting so many of their supporters’ lives too. Learning to listen to the voice in her heart changed her life forever and helped her become the person – and leader – she always wanted to be. And in the middle of it all, she found herself being interviewed by Oprah! She has learned that everything begins when we find purpose in our lives. So many of us are re-evaluating our paths because we want more fulfillment. We want the work we do and the people we do it with to make a difference in this world. This kind of thinking can transform how you do your job, how office teams work together, and how leaders at every level lead.

In episode 287 of the Fraternity Foodie Podcast, we find out why Genevieve decided to attend Fordham, why she decided to jump off the corporate ladder, how she found herself being interviewed by Oprah, how college students can find their purpose, how we can find a shared vision between employees and their company, what college students can do to get a good job at graduation, how college students can gather their human connections and organize them properly for action, why a vision board is so helpful, and what college students should do if they realize they made a wrong turn with their career plan. Enjoy!