As a Millennial, managing up and getting ahead in your career is a daunting prospect. Although the task of getting ahead in your career may seem tough to tackle early on, it’s really quite simple when you compare it to one of your favorite (and also terrifying) pastimes: dating.
Subtle nuances like chewing with your mouth open or talking about your ex on a date are sure-fire rookie mistakes to avoid when it comes to dating, and there are also several Millennial rookie mistakes to avoid when it comes to navigating your career. The Millennials Mean Business team has found that if you apply these dos and don'ts to your career (and your dating life), you’re sure to position yourself for success on both fronts. (...)
Mentoring a Millennial is said to quite different than past generations, as young people of the past decade are attempting to blend the world of technology with traditional values still held dear in our culture.
As Millennials pursue educational opportunities and possible career paths, these (...)
There is a definite need for youth, especially Millennials, to take control of their communities. The youth have the fresh voice that communities often need to help drive the necessary change that propels societies forward. This is why I am challenging the youth of the country to put their creative, (...)
“Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way
to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work.
And the only way to do great work is to love what you do.
If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking, and don’t settle.
As with all matters of the heart, (...)
When it comes to cancer, there are battles won and battles lost. I’ve heard that around 3400 people are diagnosed with cancer a day. 8 years ago, my father was part of that 3400.
And a week ago, so was my grandpa.
Cancer is waking up with the anxious question of whether or not my dad will be (...)
A recent American Psychological Association study found that Millennials focus more on money and fame rather than positively contributing to their communities. Jean Twenge, the lead author of the study, concluded that “popular views of the Millennial generation, born in the 1980s and 1990s, as (...)
“No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted”- Aesop.
Most of us have heard this quote, but have we ever applied it to the idea of the environment? I mean, have you ever considered the need to apply the “Golden Rule” to nature?
This is the idea that most of my actions (and (...)
We have to take care of our planet as our home. There’s nowhere else we can run to, and so we must to be conscious about global warming produced by carbon dioxin emission.
In the last years more and more people (Including me) are taking action about the care of the environment. So since I live (...)
Recently, a certain report has made its way around the Internet. Several websites ate it up, loving the inflammatory content, with headlines such as “Young America’s Dirty Little Secret”. While the report (written primarily by Professor Jean Twenge) itself is long and extremely detailed, it (...)
A few years ago, I saw an emotional video on ESPN which depicted the desperate conditions in Uganda. The children there dreamed of playing Little League Baseball on the world stage in hopes of achieving unforeseen greatness, but were pulled from the tournament because of paperwork mishaps. Even (...)