by | Jan 12, 2015 | Workforce News | 0 comments

Celebrity attorney Nick Nanton shared with students his experiences growing up and building a career as a celebrity attorney and branding expert, explaining the value of an education, even when it’s not fun. Nanton also talked about the bestselling books he has written and the Emmy-winning documentary films he has made. He recommended students think about how they can differentiate themselves from the crowd, to dress for the position they want, communicate effectively and figure out and then provide value to other people. “You make money by doing what everyone else isn’t,” Nanton said. “If it’s hard, you can make money doing it.” Nantan began his entrepreneurial career at 12, giving tennis lessons to other children and has recognized and seized opportunities. He encourages the students not to rely on one income source but to diversify. He also emphasized the need to save and to give back.