We’re living in changing times. It is becoming challenging for individuals to be themselves amidst the noise of judgment and social commentary. Social media’s rise has transformed how people present themselves to the world. With gimmicky filters aimed at exploiting human psychology, unrealistic standards of almost everything have people believing faking it is making it. Jeremy Jenson disagrees.
A leader in the Houston HR world, Jeremy’s company Encore Search Partners, is the largest privately held Executive Search firm in Houston, Texas. He is exceptionally talented at delegating and elevating people and has built a successful career by empowering gifted people and facilitating businesses. His dating podcast “What Men Want” brings unfiltered insights from some of Houston’s most eligible bachelors.
Jeremy is an invaluable asset to Houston’s community as a content creator and influencer. His social skills have helped him thrive in business and earned him a Gatsby-like reputation for his outgoing and entertaining persona based on remarkable success and endearing humility. He explains how operating with honesty and integrity has helped raise him to the influential status he enjoys today.
His humble beginnings from a low-income, underprivileged community in Southwest Houston exposed Jeremy to harder-than-life lessons way before most children are ready for them. But Jeremy refused to let anything break him because he focused on coming out stronger. And he did, but in his way, which wasn’t easy but had led him towards incredible heights in both his business and creative pursuits.
At only 21 years of age, Jeremy was awarded Rookie of the Year at Pizza Hut’s Central Region, making him the youngest General Manager in the company’s history. Since then, Jeremy has never looked back. He has earned the reputation of a dedicated visionary in every field he has stepped into and been respected for being a name people know they can rely on.
Operating with honesty and integrity, Jeremy continued to succeed despite the failures, which he sees as an inevitable part of life and opportunities for growth. For Jeremy, success was never the ultimate goal. He only wanted to do whatever he did in the best way he could. Eventually, he realized what he was offering had become rare in a world where most look for opportunities to get above others however possible.
Jeremy aspires to take his company Encore Search Partners to the point where they rival the culture depicted in the TV show suits. He wants the brand to be synonymous with Excellence, Success, and White Glove Service. But highrise lifestyle and success are not the purposes of Jeremy’s life. Ultimately, he wants to empower others and share in his success.
He enables people to excel without selling themselves short due to market dynamics. But Jeremy does not want people to sell their souls, hoping to get closer to their goals. He believes the only way to succeed is with honesty and integrity.