Brandon Mullan Founder of Socially Acceptable
Socially Acceptable does HR-type work for small businesses, including: hiring, training, workshops, creating hiring material, and writing employee handbooks. They add some creativity to these materials to heighten engagement. They also put out books for consumers.
Their main consumer product is a book called Entrepreneurship for the Cool Kids. It’s a reference book about the self-discovery process of going your own path. The product celebrates the belief that the first stage of entrepreneurship is self-discovery and uses creativity to present intrapersonal topics in a helpful and useful tone.
The company also puts on consumer workshops that range from how to write a book to goal-setting to how to organize your life.
Brandon Mullan is a writer, author, and speaker who’s been through a lot of changes. He grew up in a small, mid-western town, and possessed a strong desire to make a living by producing his own creative projects, but he didn’t know how. And neither did anyone around him. He studied people like Jay Z, Walt Disney and Vince McMahon, and took the beginning steps towards creative entrepreneurship while still a teenager in Iowa.
On that long, windy, step-by-step process, he sold real estate, sold books door- to-door, slept on a lady’s couch, and, at one point, remodeled his entire life by quitting his job, selling his car, and leaving his apartment. As he produced his independent projects, he went through deep inner changes that molded him into the person who could execute his vision.
After this life-changing process, he released Entrepreneurship for the Cool Kids, a reference book on the self-discovery process of going your own path.
Brandon now provides HR services for companies, is a speaker and does workshops.
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