I’ve seen and heard a number of different mantras assigned to millennials, most of which have been based on negative stereotypes. There’s been everything from “Me, Me, Me” to “Me, Myself and I” to My way or No way”.
I host a monthly meeting with a group of men called “Rap Sessions”. We explore and discuss a different topic each month that help men better understand how to address challenges that affect them as men.
I’ve talked a lot about “Purpose” over the last year. I think it’s important that we all find and walk in our individual purpose. There is no greater feeling than knowing that you’re living out your purpose.
As the saying goes... Actions speak louder than words. This phrase rings particularly true with millennials. I remember when I was growing up, a lot of the adults would say, "do as I say, not as I do".
What are you afraid of? We’re all afraid of something. That’s okay though, as long as you have the courage to face those fears, you’ll be okay. What’s funny is, we’re actually only born with two fears, the fear of falling and the fear of loud noises.
Millennials have approached an intersection. This generation that is often referred to as representing the future is now also representing the present. Millennials not only “have next” but they “have now”.
The world lost one of its greatest leaders, inspirations and role models yesterday. Nelson Mandela, known by many as Madiba, passed away yesterday at the age of 95. The former South African president and legendary leader will never be forgotten.
Noble is a word that you don’t hear everyday. At least I don’t. Typically when I would hear the word noble or nobility I would think of aristocrats and royalty and images of Kings, Queens, Dukes and Duchesses’ would pop into my head.
Inspiration and Influence! These two words are very often talked about in board rooms across the country for the many brands that are seeking to capture the hearts, minds and dollars of millennial consumers.
The Holiday Season is upon us and I love it! This is a time of the year when people get together with family and friends to celebrate, eat, drink and be merry! People are a little more caring, a little more giving and a little more compassionate.
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