The Millennial Mindset

Author: Regina Luttrell
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1442245182
Size: 15.75 MB
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We’ve all heard that Millennials are smarter than everyone else, unique in every way possible, that they have probably been millionaires since age seven, and that they are poised to take over the world. We’ve also heard that they are lazy, unmotivated, entitled, and condescending know-it-alls. How can this generation have such opposing characteristics? What is the truth about this generation? The Millennial Mindset offers parents, educators, managers, and co-workers insights and suggestions on how to engage, prepare, and foster the Millennial generation in all aspects of life. Through interviews with millennials and those who work with or otherwise engage them, Regina Luttrell and Karen McGrath offer ways for Millennials to better understand older generations and their peers so they can coexist without animosity in today’s fast-paced globalized world. They also offer insight into Millennial characteristics, passions, and goals for those who work with, live with, or otherwise co-exist with Millennials. Readers will gain a better sense of what this generation has in store for the world, and how the world can best respond.

The Millennial Mindset

Author: Regina Luttrell
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN: 9780810895898
Size: 74.39 MB
Format: PDF
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The Millennial Mindset introduces seven characteristics common to Millennials and debunks popular stereotypes associated with this generation. The authors offer parents, educators, managers, and co-workers insights and suggestions on how to engage, prepare, and foster Millennials in all aspects of life.

The Millennial Mindset

Author: Regina Luttrell
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN: 9781442245174
Size: 66.61 MB
Format: PDF
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The Millennial Mindset introduces seven characteristics common to Millennials and debunks popular stereotypes associated with this generation. The authors offer parents, educators, managers, and co-workers insights and suggestions on how to engage, prepare, and foster Millennials in all aspects of life.

Marketing To Millennials For Dummies

Author: Corey Padveen
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119369045
Size: 25.86 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Market effectively to the millennial mindset Millennials make up the largest and most valuable market of consumers in the United States —but until you understand how to successfully market to them, you may as well kiss their colossal spending power away! Packed with powerful data, research, and case studies across a variety of industries, Marketing to Millennials For Dummies gives you a fail-proof road map for winning over this coveted crowd. Millennials are projected to have $200 billion buying power by 2017, and $10 trillion over their lifetimes — and yet industries across the board are struggling to garner their attention. Revealing what makes this darling demographic tick, this hands-on guide shows you how to adapt to new media, understand the 'sharing economy,' and build meaningful relationships that will keep your brand, product, or service at the forefront of the millennial mind. Identify key millennial characteristics and behaviors Grasp and adapt to millennial economic realities Reach your target audience with integrated strategies Build deep, lasting connections with millennials Get ready to crack the code —millennials are a mystery no more!

The Millennial Myth

Author: Crystal Kadakia
Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers
ISBN: 1626569576
Size: 55.88 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Ready for the Future or Stuck in the Past? Millennials have been condemned as lazy, entitled, disloyal, and disrespectful and needing constant hand-holding. But Crystal Kadakia—a Millennial herself as well as an organizational development consultant and two-time TEDx speaker—shows that not only are these negative stereotypes dead wrong, but each one conceals a positive workplace practice that forward-looking companies must adopt if they are to endure. She illuminates how the advent of digital technology is the crucial root cause of many Millennial behaviors and offers a guide for what our traditional workplace needs to do to attract, engage, and retain modern talent.

The Millennial Mentality

Author: Elan M Carson
Publisher: Elan Carson
ISBN: 099131462X
Size: 60.99 MB
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Millennials have heard all of the cultural criticisms and backlash; we are bemoaned a generation of entitlement and nicknamed monikers such as Gen Why?, Internet Generation, MyPod Generation, and the Boomerang Generation. As a Millennial, I can tell you that yes, our value systems have changed, our beliefs have expanded to be more inclusive, and our career goals have shifted to prioritize happiness and self-fulfillment over workplace cubicles in gray-scale offices. We may not be homeowners with 2.5 children grasping mid-rung on a corporate ladder, but we are cat owners and we are adaptable to change, creatively crowdfunding ways to support our projects and goals. In this book learn about the mentality of Millennials and where we stand when it comes to racism, LGBT+ rights, body image, and other divisive issues all while surviving as delayed adults.

Millennial Workforce Cracking The Code To Generation Y In Your Company

Author: Javier Montes
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1483461149
Size: 22.47 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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If you look up "communication gap" in the dictionary, it may as well have a picture of a baby boomer trying to talk to a millennial. These younger workers born from 1980 to 2000 are the largest population in the United States, and they make up a huge portion of the workforce. But all too often, older workers view millennials as entitled or unmotivated. Javier Montes puts those notions to rest in this guide to leveraging the talents of millennials to achieve business objectives. By investing time and effort into training and developing millennials, he's built multiple companies while learning new things along the way. After reading this book, you'll be equipped to: improve the way you attract, manage, and retain millennials; use technology to make business processes more efficient; thrive in a world built around instant gratification; and reward younger workers with what they value most.

Money Mindset

Author: Jacob Gold
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119136059
Size: 29.21 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Harness the power of your money with a 21st century mindset The speed at which the world is evolving is compounding exponentially each day, leaving individual investors wondering how to appropriately plan for their financial future. The financial norms that helped prior generations retire with grace are quickly evaporating or have already been replaced with new difficult realities. Money Mindset is an expert-led guide to growing your wealth, protecting your wealth, and transferring your wealth to future generations. Written by a third generation financial planner who is also an adjunct finance professor at the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, Money Mindset helps readers understand important financial concepts and theories of the 21st century. The science and psychology of money The 'WHY' of personal financial management The rule of 72, asset allocation, dollar cost averaging, and the erosive effects of inflation How to manage a diverse investment portfolio to minimize macroeconomic vulnerability How to create a legacy through proper estate planning Money Mindset explores the idea that money can be looked at as an energy source. In order to truly harness its powers, one must acquire and maintain a certain money mindset. Everyone wants financial independence—having enough money to consistently fuel their everyday life. Money Mindset clears a path through the increasingly convoluted and ever-changing world to show how to finally become financially secure.

Blockchain

Author: Richie Etwaru
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
ISBN: 1457556626
Size: 44.17 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Richie covers the so what of blockchain as opposed to the crowded area of the what of blockchain. In the 1st half readers self-realize that a trust gap is exponentially expanding in commerce, and humans are carrying the unnecessary burden to always trust but verify with intermediaries. Today, we the human species start every company or transaction with the automatic subliminal assumption that counterparties cannot be trusted. In the 2nd half, Richie re-positions blockchain from a paradigm that is looking for a problem, into a paradigm that would help close the trust gap. Blockchain, mankind’s first opportunity for trusted commerce at global scale. About the Author