Avoiding Bias in a Mid-Year Self-Review

Avoiding bias in a self-review can be tricky business. While it might be tough to avoid it completely, minimizing it totally possible. Here’s how.

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Balancing Entrepreneurship and Student Loans

With student loans being a norm for many who want to attend college, entrepreneurship is evolving into a riskier avenue for those in debt to lenders. But rest assured, balancing entrepreneurship and student loans is possible. Here’s how.

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Millennials: Smart Cities Need Smart Citizens

To achieve a Smart City model, Smart Citizens need to rise up, and Millennials need to take the lead. Smart Citizens will focus on policy and solutions.

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Are Millennials Putting Too Much Pressure on Themselves?

Writer Jeremy Chandler wonders, are Millennials putting too much pressure on themselves? He considers some advice to help Millennials embrace the season they’re in.

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The Xennial Generation: Stuck in the Middle

Inspired by the advice she’s received from Millennial women in her life, Maya James considers the current work revolution from an Xennial perspective.

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There Is Hope in the Generations. Act Like It.

In today’s discourse, it is easy to lose hope. However, there is hope in the generations. We need to act. Engaging is not enough; we need to activate between generations.

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How Should Millennials Respond to Difficult People in the Workplace?

Millennials bring a different perspective to the table – and it isn’t always well received. Here’s some advice for responding to difficult people at work.

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The Primary Reason Millennials Quit (and What Organizations Should Do About It)

When an employee leaves it costs and organization 213% of the annual salary for that role. It’s time to address the primary reason millennials quit.

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Will Millennials Be the First Generation to Complete their Bucket List?

Millennials have time on their side when it comes to completing a bucket list. Victor Prince, author of The Camino Way, has a few tips to help them succeed.

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The 7 Skills of Highly Effective Millennial Leaders

Millennials occupy a majority of the American workforce. David Grossman draws on his experience to share 7 skills of highly effective millennial leaders.

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How to Provide Productive Criticism to the Participation Trophy Generation

  Millennials are known as the participation trophy generation. In an effort to teach us that “winning isn’t everything,” we were all celebrated equally. Rather than being rewarded for working hard or winning, we were all given a prize for showing up, even when (if we’re honest with ourselves) we weren’t that good. While the…

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Is Your Business a Force for Good?

Can business be a force for good? Starting with this question is easier to answer. No matter where a business is in their goodness journey, most can make an argument for business as a force for good. The low-hanging fruit includes jobs, health insurance, and retirement program. Add in customer solutions and partner opportunity –…

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