Authenticity is becoming increasingly tricky amidst a culture of political correctness and fragile sensitivities. When people are scared to be themselves, they limit their chances of growth and ultimately hinder their evolution. It helps to look at human beings as works in progress and to allow one another to grow. Podcast host Jeremy JensonEncore Search Partners inspires people to be themselves amidst an environment with more support and less judgment.
Jeremy is a leading businessman whose company Encore Search Partners is the largest privately held Executive Search firm in Houston, Texas. He is an influential name in the HR world who is best known for finding talent and preparing it to thrive. But that's merely a single part of his life.
As a content creator, podcast host, and influencer, Jeremy continues to be a valuable pillar in the Houston community. He frequently appears as a guest on shows and podcasts to share his insightful take on the business world in Houston, focusing on the Human Resource world.
But business ultimately is a means for staying alive. Jeremy's podcast "What Men Want" focuses on what we stay alive for. His social skills have helped him thrive as a businessman, and as a podcast host, his comforting and reassuring laughter makes the conversations all the more rejuvenating.
What men want has become an exciting question when mainstream media focuses on socially aware women striving to empower themselves. Jeremy's podcast is a refreshing take on insights from the opposite gender notorious for being dominant throughout history.
"What Men Want" brings unfiltered insights from some of Houston's most eligible bachelors. He's been a guest on the podcast himself since the format demanded it. The podcast covers various aspects of the dating culture in Houston. But anybody interested in relationships and dating can enjoy these lively conversations.
The podcast offers unfiltered discussions because Jeremy wants to encourage authenticity. He motivates people to be honest and precise, which can help you go a long way in the dating world and save you and others from a lot of nonsense. His guests speak their minds, and Jeremy's receptive personality makes it comfortable for them to do so.
As a podcast host and influencer, Jeremy is among the few people striving for authenticity when fake perfection is the norm. He wants his podcasts to feel like honest conversations rather than scripted readouts, so his content is enjoyable because it feels more relatable.
Jeremy intends to create an atmosphere of learning in his podcast. He encourages his guests and audiences to be true to themselves and the people around them. Jeremy believes there are more opportunities for personal development when people can be themselves. It is only possible when people focus on learning from each other's experiences instead of discouraging authenticity.