Millennials

Why You Shouldn’t Dress Up for Halloween

Sitting at the airport this morning I noticed a random daytime talk show on the screen in the lounge. I loathe this type of show… they typically consist of yappy people obliged to share their low-information opinion on everything from politics to romance. But, despite having a …

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Why Your Customers Don’t Care About You

Small talk is a lost skill among young people. Nowhere is this more evident than in the business world, among young entrepreneurs. Instead of enjoying it, they avoid getting to know their clients on a personal level. They’re always in a rush, or at least …

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Bernie Sanders Taught Naive Millennials a Valuable Lesson About Politicians Today

The hypocrisy of politicians never ceases to amaze me… they’re as fickle as my second grade crush who would waver between me and another boy depending on the direction of the wind that day. Politicians shift their stance and values based on what favors them …

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We Are Living in George Orwell’s 1984

The foresight behind George Orwell’s book ‘1984’ was remarkable. Written in 1949, at that time it was deemed as kind of a loony sci-fi story about a country known as Oceania (in 1984) that had been controlled by an overbearing, paranoid government insistent on manipulating …

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Millennials Matter: Social Entrepreneurs Will Determine the Next President

This article was contributed by Chris Miller. Chris is the founder and CEO of the internationally renowned social entrepreneurship incubator and accelerator The Mission Center L3C. He is the co-founder of the Washington University Startup Training Lab and a senior lecturer of Entrepreneurship at the University …

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The Liability of a Picture

Social media has given rise to an obsession with selfies and the documentation of average, everyday events, such as the strange habit some people have of taking pictures of their food and then posting it on Facebook for their friends to see. This picture sharing …

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