Jeremy Chandler

Jeremy Chandler is a 20-something who loves coming alongside other Millennials to navigate through the topics of leadership, career development, and personal growth. He currently lives in Nashville, TN and jumps at any opportunity to connect over coffee.

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Tired of Trying to Keep All the Plates Spinning?

Do you ever feel overwhelmed by all of the plates you’re trying to keep spinning? If so, you’re not alone. Between our work projects, extracurricular responsibilities, time spent investing in relationships, many of us feel overwhelmed by all of the tasks and responsibilities on our plate. In fact, nearly half of the American population feels…

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Millennials: We’ll Never Make it on Our Own

Most Millennials have strong desire and ambition to create the life we want rather than following traditional pathways of success. In fact, 78% of millennials are motivated by the concept of “charting their own course.”

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A Simple Formula to Create Margin

Intentionally unplugging has become an increasingly important idea in today’s world. There have been countless articles written about how taking time off is the secret to increased productivity. Numerous studies have been conducted in recent years that confirm that we all need time rest. As a whole, our society has realized the value of jumping…

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John Maxwell’s Greatest Piece of Advice for Young Leaders

When one of the greatest leadership voices and authors of the past 50 years is asked to share “a single piece of piece of advice” with young leaders, you immediately grab a pen and paper. That’s exactly what I did when I had the opportunity to hear John Maxwell speak at Catalyst Conference in 2008….

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Is it Time to Take Your Eyes Off the Map?

As a Millennial, I don’t remember what it’s like to travel without a GPS (either the antiquated dashboard version or on my iPhone). When I first started driving, my parents would try to tell me how to get somewhere with “traditional directions.” Most times, I would just ask for the address, so I could type…

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Why Self-Awareness is Critical for Millennials’ Success (and How to Get it)

The idea that you can’t be anything you want to be is an idea that would shock almost every Millennial. And yet, the more we truly learn about ourselves, the more we realize how true that statement really is. Self-awareness is something that is rarely talked about in the business world, especially with Millennials. However,…

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A Rant on Agreeing to Disagree (and Learning from Each Other)

“We’re right. You’re wrong.” It’s a dangerous mindset that impacts our lives every day. Whether we actually say it out loud or only think it subconsciously, the belief that our ideas and opinions are right, and the other side is wrong has drawn countless proverbial lines in the sand of our society: Democrats and Republicans,…

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Why Your Community Matters More than You Think

Your community matters. Finding common ground matters. Consider these questions when intentionally creating a community to make you better.

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4 Questions to Help Millennials Grow into Leadership

Now that Millennials make up the largest generation in the workforce, more and more of us desire increased responsibility and leadership roles. According to a recent study, 53% of Millennials dream of being the leader or most senior executive at their current company. And while I appreciate our ambition of our generation, I also recognize…

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Will You Help the Next Generation Accomplish Greater Things?

Every leader wants to be remembered for the impact they made. Great leaders want to leave the world a better place than they found it. The best leaders want to leave a legacy that creates a lasting impact for generations to come. One of the greatest things a leader can do to maximize his or…

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Breaking Down the (Communication) Barriers Between Generations

Communication is something that can make or break a team. Effective communication can help organizations solve problems and accomplish their goals. Poor communication can cripple organizations, creating even more problems and preventing them from focusing on achieving their goals. The (Communication) Barriers Between Generations There are several factors that make communicating difficult, but one of…

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What Every Boss Wants from Millennials and How to Respond

I’ve had the opportunity to work with several bosses during my career. Each and every one of them was different. They led differently. Some were passive while others were headstrong. They had different priorities when it came to leading an organization. As an employee, it was difficult to determine what a boss was looking for…

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