Posts Tagged ‘millennials’
STRATEGY v. TACTICS — What’s the Deal?
According to Inc Magazine; only 4 out of 100 businesses survive past the 10 year mark. If your company is a decade or more old, then congratulations, you’re one of the 4%! As I visit with dozens of small business on a regular basis; the number one problem I come across is a lack of…Read More
6 Millennial Traits that are Scaring my Generation
I’m often on the defense when other business owners and managers around my age (aka: OLD) start complaining about the entitlement-driven Millennials (born between early 1980’s to early 2000.) I work a lot with this generation and they are some of my finest employees and are committed to pushing our company’s mission forward with excellence.…Read More
I’m a Netflix Junkie. I’ll never be satisfied with a TV series again in which I have to wait one week for the next episode. I’m not proud of this, but it is a fact of my life. If my phone is slow (despite the latest update) or if my office computer takes…Read More
The X Factor
I enjoy reading articles and blog posts about the Y generation, the Millennials. I mean….they are the fastest growing segment in today’s workforce. It is no different in my own company; therefore, I should keep up with progressive Millennial psychology. How to recruit them, how to retain them, how to keep them happy and engaged. …Read More
If LOVE is the Answer, Could You Rephrase the Question?
I’ve been in love a lot. It started with my fourth grade teacher, Mr. Jones and pretty much occurred every year thereafter. Later in tenth grade and beyond, I am pretty sure I confused my love with lust most of the time. Most people do! It is difficult to differentiate the two when you feel…Read More