Jodie founded JC Social Media at 22 and has championed entrepreneurship ever since. In addition to running her social media agency, she writes books and articles on all aspects of entrepreneurship.

 

Here’s Jodie’s TEDx talk: creating useful people. Delivered in May 2017 at TEDx Aston University:

 

Writing about entrepreneurship

Jodie contributes articles for Forbes on the topic of entrepreneurship, covering happiness, lifestyle and how to run a business without it running you. The articles have been read hundreds of thousands of times. Jodie’s book, Stop Acting Like You’re Going To Live Forever, and accompanying guided journal, were written for entrepreneurs who think differently, or want to.
 

Inspiring entrepreneurship

Jodie co-created the Clever Tykes storybooks and resources, which introduce children ages 6-9 to positive entrepreneurial role models and inspire the behaviour associated with entrepreneurship. The books have sold over 100,000 copies and are read in every UK primary school. Read more about the storybooks here.
 

Interviewing entrepreneurs and business leaders

Jodie has interviewed entrepreneurs and business leaders for the Clever Tykes podcast, creating useful people, about the childhood influences that led to their success as adults. Listen here and subscribe on iTunes here.
 

Speaking about entrepreneurship

Jodie has delivered talks to students, professionals and businesspeople about her experience as an entrepreneur, including delivering the opening keynote for the annual NACUE conference in 2018. Her story, offering insights into the world of enterprise, inspired many to start their own business or take their venture to the next level.

 
To contact Jodie about entrepreneurial education use the contact form.
 


Jodie Cook on Wikipedia

Forbes 30 under 30 social entrepreneurs in Europe 2017

Birmingham Post Power 250 list

Visiting Downing Street to discuss enterprise in education

Social media guru named BYPY 2014

The Drum’s list of 50 under 30 female tech influencers

Speaking on how the next government can support small businesses, for BBC News