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Millennials

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Millennials (also known as the Millennial Generation or Generation Y, abbreviated to Gen Y) are the demographic cohort following Generation X. There are no precise dates for when the generation starts and ends; most researchers and commentators use birth years ranging from the early 1980s to around 2000.
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  1. ProducerJudi Kent

    Judi Kent

    29/09/2017
     Denver’s Appeal to Millennials Is Unique – It’s Cool!
    Denver’s Appeal to Millennials Is Unique – It’s Cool!In reading the Wall Street Journal the other day, I came upon a 02/13/2017 article written by Laura Kusisto, “Millennials Are Less Mobile Than Young People Have Been in Decades”. It’s true, Americans are moving at the lowest rate on record, and...
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  2. ProducerDan Jey

    Dan Jey

    27/09/2017
    Generation Home: How Will Millennials Impact the Housing Market?
    Generation Home: How Will Millennials Impact the Housing Market?Contrary to popular belief, most millennials don’t opt to live in their parents’ basement and mooch off of the home-cooked food. However, the idea of the cellar-dwelling twenty-something has come to dominate discussions about the future of the...
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    Harvey Lloyd
    28/09/2017 #3 Harvey Lloyd
    Great post, insightful, the millennial diatribe does seem to be born of flash circumstances. Their tastes are different in housing and expectation but they are a market force that if ignored you will be left in the cold. Welcome to beBee.

    I would add that multi-generational housing is a positive force within the market. We have teamed up with one of our daughters and have a home custom designed for two families. Several counties in our area are changing zoning laws that allow for two family dwellings within the family. I see more folks taking advantage of this as the boomers age out.
    Dan Jey
    27/09/2017 #2 Dan Jey
    #1 Thank you! I'm happy to be here.
    Javier 🐝 beBee
    27/09/2017 #1 Javier 🐝 beBee
    @Dan Jey welcome to beBee!
  3. ProducerLyon Brave

    Lyon Brave

    04/09/2017
     Lonely Millennials
    Lonely Millennials In the 21st century we have reached the greatest heights of civilization. Knowledge is power and it is being passed around the globe at rapid speed. We can fly all the way around the world in a day. We can message some one in an instant, which is...
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    Lance  🐝 Scoular
    05/09/2017 #15 Lance 🐝 Scoular
    "Knowledge is Power" My take on the well know quote:

    Knowledge of itself is NOT POWER.

    Knowledge is only POTENTIAL power.

    Taking ACTION with KNOWLEDGE - that is POWER.

    https://www.bebee.com/content/1783544/1523147
    Lance  🐝 Scoular
    05/09/2017 #14 Lance 🐝 Scoular
    👥ed 🐝🐝🐤🐳🔥🚲
    Jerry Fletcher
    05/09/2017 #13 Jerry Fletcher
    Lyon, Great photo and great observation. There are things you can do that push you into networking. These are the activities that force one to network: Be a salesperson, become an entrepreneur, do social research, become a scientist (you have to present findings) Take a customer service job, go to work in communications. Will that get you friends? It depends on you.
    Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.
    04/09/2017 #12 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.
    she is brave, always brings a powerful message, meet @Lyon Brave and listen to her words, they matter
    Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.
    04/09/2017 #11 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.
    and what a great picture!
    Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.
    04/09/2017 #10 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.
    People are always connected in one way or another, although they might not realize it. It is much healthier to be in touch with people. It increases your chances to live long. See also http://content.time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,2006938,00.html View more
    People are always connected in one way or another, although they might not realize it. It is much healthier to be in touch with people. It increases your chances to live long. See also http://content.time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,2006938,00.html 'Recipe for Longevity: No Smoking, Lots of Friends' Beautiful reminder @Lyon Brave Close
    Jim Murray
    04/09/2017 #8 Jim Murray
    #5 It was a local networking event. I live in a small city called St Catharines, which is close to Niagara Falls. They have a lot of unstructured networking events around here and that sort of behaviour is common with Millennials, at least as far as I have seen.
    Lyon Brave
    04/09/2017 #7 Lyon Brave
    #3 Maybe being isolated with only your devices for months is the cure, because I fully enjoy the company of other people. Sometimes they will text me at dinner and they will be suprised i didn't get it lol, though they are in conversational range of me. They will be like you don't use your phone much do you. I guess it's an intergration of our communication.
    Chas ✌️ Wyatt
    04/09/2017 #6 Chas ✌️ Wyatt
    #3 Roger Waters on todays concert experience; "It's pitiful. I hate it. It's gone too far. Those people looking at a phone screen instead of actually being there are wasting their time. They say it's important to share the experience with friends and I say, 'you're not even experiencing the experience!'."
    Lyon Brave
    04/09/2017 #5 Lyon Brave
    #2 @Jim Murray, what confrence where you at if you don't mind me asking. Also, i think our smartphones are fairly new, and eventually some other fade will take hold of us like disco.
    Lyon Brave
    04/09/2017 #4 Lyon Brave
    #1 @Chas ✌️ Wyatt Yeah, All the Lonely People is a good one, but the Beatels certainly had a lot of friends. I get by with some help from my friends. I think friendships are a state of mind because I have had very social and quiet periods in my life. I think the social periods are a lot more memoriable. I know Facebook is fading. It's why they tried to buy snapchat, but were rejected, but FB still kind of represents the golden age of social media. I feel like beBee is where my grandparents would hangout. Thank you for the compliment.
    Scott Gainey
    04/09/2017 #3 Scott Gainey
    Oddly enough as you sit in restaurants, bars, sporting events etc. people are still on their phones . Put the phone down, enjoy the company of those you are with , and make memories . Use the device to take pictures of the times to remember and share. Imagine that person isn't there what would you want to say to them once it's too late ?
    Jim Murray
    04/09/2017 #2 Jim Murray
    It's one thing to tell people to get off the social media sites they are on and get out and make friends... But it's quite another for people to actually do it. These sites were created to be addictive and they have done a spectacularly good job of it. Which, of course, makes it very hard for people to kick the habit. I went to a networking event specially created for millennials, because I'm always interested in how human beings function. What I noticed, and I was there to notice shit, was that these people tended to stick with the companies they worked for. There was hardly any and by hardly any I mean almost no real networking or even the attempt at it. Your points are very well taken, but honestly Lyon, it's real uphill work for the vast majoriity to get their faces away from your smartphone these days. Only the most courageous will pull it off. I call these people attention junkies. And even when they do hook up with their friends (check out any Starbucks) they all sit around nursing their addictions. I see this all the time and it's monumentally sad.
    Chas ✌️ Wyatt
    04/09/2017 #1 Chas ✌️ Wyatt
    It is true that with the advent of IT, Smart Phones and social networks that loneliness has become embellished, but, it is a condition that every generation copes with. I am reminded of The Beatles song, "Eleanor Rigby" harking back to the 60's~ "All the lonely people
    Where do they all come from?
    All the lonely people
    Where do they all belong?"
    From my current interaction with teenagers, I am finding them more likely to be on SnapChat, or Instagram than Facebook, though. Same issue, just different sites; Facebook is passe'- its where their Parents and Grandparents hang out.
    Just as a footnote; nothing to do with the content of your buzz, but, I find that pic that you have included at the top, very becoming of you.
  4. ProducerAnders Liu-Lindberg
    How To Succeed With Millennials In Finance?
    How To Succeed With Millennials In Finance?(Too) much has been written about Gen Y i.e. The Millennials first entering and soon making up the majority of the workforce. Companies have tried to find out how this generation is different from Gen X and the Baby Boomers to ensure that they...
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  5. Jamaal Wilson

    Jamaal Wilson

    31/05/2017
    Extra Space Storage Inc. Celebrates 40 years in the Storage Industry
    Jamaal Wilson
    Extra Space Storage Inc. Celebrates 40 years in the Storage Industry
    prn.to SALT LAKE CITY, May 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Extra Space Storage Inc. (the "Company") (NYSE: EXR) is celebrating...
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  6. Jamaal Wilson

    Jamaal Wilson

    30/05/2017
    Self-made millionaire to millennials: Take any job you can get, and don't live with your parents
    Jamaal Wilson
    Self-made millionaire to millennials: Take any job you can get, and don't live with your parents
    cnb.cx "Do your own d--- laundry, and cook your own...
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    Jamaal Wilson
    31/05/2017 #2 Jamaal Wilson
    #1 Yes
    Alanea Kowalski
    30/05/2017 #1 Alanea Kowalski
    Yes! This needs to be said...get out there and create your own life experiences. Live Learn Lead!
  7. ProducerGreg Schwem

    Greg Schwem

    24/05/2017
    Millennials Change Jobs Like I Change Underwear (Both are a good thing)
    Millennials Change Jobs Like I Change Underwear (Both are a good thing)Every few months one of those “List all the jobs you’ve ever had” requests appears in my Facebook feed and invites me to repost my answers. For the record, here goes:Paper delivery boyGolf caddyFuller Brush salesman (Google that one)Tennis...
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    Greg Schwem
    25/05/2017 #2 Greg Schwem
    Indeed it is a great storyline. I have faith in millennials even though I constantly make fun of them in print and onstage. Thanks for your comment. #1
    Harvey Lloyd
    24/05/2017 #1 Harvey Lloyd
    I enjoyed your journey of discovering the millennial generation and your conclusions. My hope is you are right, and they have found the elusive escape to the "grind" they point to in discussing their latest off boomer style grid of living.

    I see a disturbing trend though. Apps, and tech start-ups are all dependant on the success of the grind itself. Millennials may find that the serving of the wealth held by boomers will end when boomers age out. Twenty years from now when boomers are left with hover round races and meeting new people everyday, who will be spending money on Airbnb? AI will replace many of the jobs that produce a scale of living across different market sectors. WIth limited employment who will be using these new hybrid businesses that depend on the success of the larger system.

    Boomers started off with some pretty lofty, if not crazy, lifestyles and we landed on our feet. Food clothing and shelter tend to hone our focus when we lack one or all of them. Millennials will find that place they are looking for. The question is will they give into the grind or create a new grind?

    Great storyline.
  8. Jared 🐝 Wiese
    Jared 🐝 Wiese
    How Millennials Can Create Healthy Work-Life Integration
    journal.thriveglobal.com A well-rounded work paradigm for a new generation of...
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  9. ProducerWhitney Raver

    Whitney Raver

    06/05/2017
    I Quit High School to Focus On My Business. Here's What I Learned.
    I Quit High School to Focus On My Business. Here's What I Learned.Seven Important Takeaways from a Life of Entrepreneurship As long as I can remember I've always wanted to be an entrepreneur. *Slam laptop hood. Cue classy Rat Pack music.*Stop the tape! Okay, that isn't exactly true. At first, I just wanted to...
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    Eeva Maria Al-Khazaali
    24/07/2017 #11 Eeva Maria Al-Khazaali
    #10 interesting question. Offering my second book around publishing houses, preparing my debut movie (and the preview for the winter) and maybe getting back to some school for digital marketing. I am also performing poetry sometimes, and write occasionally to magazines, whilst blogging and learning photography on the side. Thanks for asking!
    Whitney Raver
    23/07/2017 #10 Whitney Raver
    #9 What do you do now?
    Eeva Maria Al-Khazaali
    23/07/2017 #9 Eeva Maria Al-Khazaali
    I dropped out of Uni. to make it big in poetry. :D I've never regretted anything as much.
    Chas ✌️ Wyatt
    23/07/2017 #7 Chas ✌️ Wyatt
    @Whitney Raver, this is excellent. So many good points. Welcome to beBee!
    Ian Weinberg
    23/07/2017 #6 Ian Weinberg
    A great value contribution. Thanks for sharing and inspiring. Thanks @Phil Friedman for bringing this post to deserved attention.
    Phil Friedman
    23/07/2017 #5 Phil Friedman
    @Whitney Raver, this piece deserves a lot more attention than it appears to be receiving -- because contrary to what the title suggests, it is NOT the low ramblings of a drop-out Millennial trying to justify a life being semi-unemployed, but the chronicles of a determined achiever. Sharing this and hoping more will take the time to read what genuine inspiration is. Cheers!
    Harley King
    23/07/2017 #4 Harley King
    An inspiring story filled with wisdom, Whitney! Thanks for sharing.
    Don Philpott☘️
    07/05/2017 #3 Don Philpott☘️
    "Instead of faking (don't ever fake anything, it's deceitful) just learn on the fly" - like-able line, nice!
    Donna Wood
    07/05/2017 #1 Donna Wood
    What an incredible and inspiring story built on truth! Whitney, this is the stuff that brings out the best in people! Sharing! Others must read this!
  10. Michele Williams
    Millennials, how do you deal with the stereotype of being addicted to constant praise and feedback? -click below to vote on Twitter.
    Michele Williams
    Michele Williams 🐝 on Twitter
    twitter.com “#Millennials, tired of the stereotype that you have an addiction to constant feedback & praise? https://t.co/lQjfMkPwQr #poll...
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  11. ProducerbeBee in English
     How Millennials Have Changed the Way They Use Social Media
    How Millennials Have Changed the Way They Use Social MediaMillennials —also known as Gen Y— have grown in a completely connected world. This generation —which is currently between the ages of 17 and 35— is used to having the Internet in their lives and has been the first to experience all the great...
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    Comments

    Lance 🐝 Smith
    29/03/2017 #15 Lance 🐝 Smith
    Great article!
    Javier 🐝 beBee
    29/03/2017 #14 Javier 🐝 beBee
    Many thanks @Teresa Gezze!
    Claire L Cardwell
    22/03/2017 #13 Claire L Cardwell
    I agree James May, I do not like categorising people into groups according to age, orientation, gender, creed and race. I think everyone is now more aware of their social media image and branding.
    James May
    25/01/2017 #12 James May
    I think a bigger issue is the continued targeting of demographic groups (such as Millennials) which is thinking going back to the 70s. How can you compare an 18 year old high school graduate with a 30-something Company Director? I know it has become the rage to target millennials but in this age of big data it seems rather lazy to me. By the way, in the US last year more people aged 75+ bought cars than those aged 16-24 (i.e. under 25)...I'll get the source if anyone is interested...
    Nick Mlatchkov
    20/01/2017 #11 Anonymous
    #10 Can't blame them for not buying Hillary's advertising! 😀
    Paul Walters
    20/01/2017 #10 Paul Walters
    I have to agree with @Dean Owen who quite rightly points out that this generation might become reluctant to engage in open conversations. Millennials are some the hardest to crack when trying to persuade in advertising. They trust no one!!!
    David B. Grinberg
    20/01/2017 #9 David B. Grinberg
    Kudos to beBee on a buzzing blog and informative infographic, which I've shared on three hives: "College" and "Students" and "Social Marketing Solutions."
    Also for more reading related to Millennials, check out a few of my Producer blog posts:
    1) MLK Day: Key Lessons for Millennials https://www.bebee.com/producer/@dbgrinberg/mlk-day-key-lessons-for-millennials-gen-z
    2) New Work Paradigm for Millennials is Results-Only https://www.bebee.com/producer/@dbgrinberg/new-work-paradigm-for-millennials-gen-z-is-results-only
    3) Roadmap to Career Success for Millennials https://www.bebee.com/producer/@dbgrinberg/roadmap-to-career-success-for-millennials-gen-z-part-1
    4) Top 5 Career Lessons for Millennials https://www.bebee.com/producer/@dbgrinberg/top-5-career-lessons-for-millennials-gen-z
    Dean Owen
    19/01/2017 #6 Dean Owen
    Do you think that awareness of their digital footprint perhaps will lead to a reluctance to engage in open conversation? Aa demographic, I find millennials perhaps the least willing to engage through comments and the most aware of their online reputation. Baby boomers are perhaps carefree and tend to swear more online.
    Jim 🐝 Cody
    19/01/2017 #4 Jim 🐝 Cody
    Millennials the voice of the future as well as the social media.
    Thanks for a great buzz.
    Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    19/01/2017 #3 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador
    Outstanding article and infographic! Impressive and professional.
    Donald 🐝 Grandy
    19/01/2017 #2 Donald 🐝 Grandy
    Excellent post. Perfect fit for beBee's focus on Personal Branding.
  12. ProducerJim Taggart

    Jim Taggart

    02/04/2017
    Leadership and the Inter-Generational Divide: 12 Tips for Gen Y
    Leadership and the Inter-Generational Divide: 12 Tips for Gen YThis post is based on the last section section of my e-book Leadership and the Inter-Generational Divide: Issues, Trends and Solutions, 2nd edition”. The purpose in this post is to address the challenges that Generation Y (Millennials) is facing in...
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  13. ProducerRebecca Matias

    Rebecca Matias

    30/03/2017
    How to Make Millennial Friendly Blog Posts
    How to Make Millennial Friendly Blog PostsBeing the so-called spiritual successors to Generation X, millennials have the same need for self-expression. Technology makes all the difference. While Generation X saw the advent of the digital age, the Millennial Generation is defined by it....
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    Rebecca Matias
    31/03/2017 #4 Rebecca Matias
    #3 I agree, their unpredictable behavior and perspective is quite a challenge today. I guess the only remedy for that is to be present in where they are and show what they want to see in your content. Thanks Harvey. Good points there!
    Harvey Lloyd
    30/03/2017 #3 Harvey Lloyd
    I enjoyed the post as i find millennials and their constant dissection to be fascinating. Myself i define the generation as going through their independence phase. Much like the 60's. Different yes, but clearly they seek a separation from their parents generation and ideals. They will meet with interdependence soon enough, willingly or out of necessity. If you are wanting to engage with them you have to engage their independence. But beware once they bump into interdependence they will change.

    What will be quite interesting is when the millennials are peaking in their careers how they look back at Gen Z.
    Rebecca Matias
    30/03/2017 #1 Rebecca Matias
    Wow! I feel honored to get a reshare from you @John White, MBA. Thank you.
  14. Adriana Bevacqua García
    Interesante reflexión..
    Simon Sinek - De los Millennials (subtitulado al español)
    Simon Sinek - De los Millennials (subtitulado al español) Extracto de la entrevista a Simon Sinek en Inside...
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    Jorge Hernández Alonso
    23/02/2017 #4 Jorge Hernández Alonso
    #3 Tuvimos los mismos principios de enseñanza, posiblemente nuestros maestros no fueron iguales, pero si nos inculcaron valores que son fuertes pilares para nuestra faceta profesional y sobre todo personal. Un abrazo compañero de siembra, seguro que recogerás tu cosecha esta misma temporada y por lo que veo va a ser abundante, ;-)
    Javier 🐝 beBee
    23/02/2017 #3 Javier 🐝 beBee
    #1 @Jorge Hernández Alonso totalmente de acuerdo. Hay que volver a valorar el sacrificio, a volver a la cultura del esfuerzo y de la recompensa después de la siembra, y no al revés.
    Javier 🐝 beBee
    23/02/2017 #2 Javier 🐝 beBee
    VERY INTERESTING CRITICAL REFLECTION
    Jorge Hernández Alonso
    23/02/2017 #1 Jorge Hernández Alonso
    Refleja el cambio de valores de una sociedad avocada a la recompensa inmediata, a una capacidad infima de sacrificio y unas relaciones superfluas con sus congéneres.
  15. Cristina 🐝 Valmaseda de Leiva
    ¿Sigues pensando en la posibilidad de salir de España, tener un sueldo con el que pagar una vivienda, formarte, crecer y además tener vida para disfrutar?
    Cristina 🐝 Valmaseda de Leiva
    Ciudades Europeas Que Te Darán La Oportunidad (Que No Tienes En España) De Triunfar - Código Nuevo
    www.codigonuevo.com Vivir en Barcelona o Madrid puede ser una pasada, sí, pero se ha convertido en un lujo que no está al alcance de cualquiera. De hecho, en enero se ha publicado un estudio de Tecnitasa que revela que Barcelona es la ciudad más cara para alquilar de...
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  16. ProducerKristen Maslanka
    Who Knows You- A reflection on networking with relationships in mind.
    Who Knows You- A reflection on networking with relationships in mind. Over the past few years, I've been vigorously applying to job after job in the animation industry.  I looked at the term "networking" as though it were some holy grail that once achieved would open countless doors. I introduced myself to hundreds...
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    Kristen Maslanka
    31/01/2017 #45 Kristen Maslanka
    #40 I certainly knew i just don't think I properly understood the concept of WHAT networking was. That it was more than just meeting people but getting to know them and getting them to know you.
    Wayne Yoshida
    31/01/2017 #44 Wayne Yoshida
    #41 @CityVP 🐝 Manjit - Thanks for sharing the story on Bernays. It is always good to point out the differences between "Public Relations" and "Public Information" and "Advertising." Boils down to changing opinion vs education and increasing knowledge, or paying for visibility of products and services vs true news.

    And unfortunately this is changing - People are finally whining about "fake news" - but what do you think would happen when news agencies fired the professional news writers and journalists and instead relies on "man in the street" "reality" reporting from un-trained people?
    Mohammed Sultan
    31/01/2017 #43 Mohammed Sultan
    It's a good idea not to brand yourself as a commodity or a "box of soup" but as a a premium "box of perfume".As in perfume industry a popular brand can command a price premium ,more than forty times the cost of production,the candidate can also aspire to be highly paid by premium employers.To make the job search a fantasy like a perfume with good smell you have to follow the same development process of developing a new perfume.In marketing a new perfume the marketer first outline the features(mainly the candidate's core interests) in terms of a certain target(employer) at a certain price(the salary range) often with a predetermined name(@Kristen Maslanka).You should also emphasis the rational of the synergy,enthusiasm and passion.As a perfume you should convey through your messages the rational of being pretty and young.In the brand positioning era the most important thing is your name..
    Claire L Cardwell
    31/01/2017 #42 Claire L Cardwell
    @Kristen Maslanka - great advice here - I really enjoyed your article. "it is not who you know, but who know's YOU." this phrase really resonated with me. I hate the way on LinkedOut when you accept a connection request you instantly get a message asking you to buy insurance etc. etc. It really puts my back up and makes me think that the people are desperate for new business. As far as my interests go, I am a part-time artist, I love photography and exploring nature. I also love old black & white movies and am a huge fan of Gregory Peck and Cary Grant. I am a complete bibliophile and have quite a library of my own - mostly self-help books and books on medicine, alternative healing, psychology and travel. I also have 3 cats and would love it if you could do some sketches of them.
    CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    31/01/2017 #41 CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    The power of story is immense!!! Storytellers who people love is actually a form of selling! Then some doodoo turns storytelling into washing powder. There is nothing wrong with being a commodity, ever since the birth of commercial media we have been commodities - that is how SOAP opera's started - original television series had soap ads in the middle of the shows !!!

    Why Soap Opera's are called Soap Opera's
    http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2010/06/why-soap-operas-are-called-soap-operas/

    We are the product of social media companies - that is how Facebook, LinkedIn etc make their money, but we are also minds that evolve the market. I would encourage you to study the art of persuasion, and appreciate the abilities of the best marketers, because it is a great education. It is your own choice if you end up being a box of soap!!! My favourite brain in marketing is the Father of PR - Edward Bernays - man, that guy was good. Don't become a Bernays - be the best storyteller you care to be !!!

    Edward Bernays - Father of PR
    http://theconversation.com/the-manipulation-of-the-american-mind-edward-bernays-and-the-birth-of-public-relations-44393
    Mark Anthony Dyson
    31/01/2017 #40 Mark Anthony Dyson
    Networking makes the world go around! Or did you know it before this?
    Kristen Maslanka
    30/01/2017 #39 Kristen Maslanka
    #35 Thank you so much for sharing that, I hadn't thought to connect the two, but it's a great point and example. Funny how so many things can be applied to our life and career approach!
    Kristen Maslanka
    30/01/2017 #38 Kristen Maslanka
    #37 My friend Wayne had also suggested that book! I'm still waiting for my local library to get it in and I'm excited to read it!
    Jared 🐝 Wiese
    23/01/2017 #37 Jared 🐝 Wiese
    #19 #20 Martin Yate's Knock 'Em Dead was the first memorable career book I read and modeled. I believe it has been updated. Do check it out!
    Jared 🐝 Wiese
    23/01/2017 #36 Jared 🐝 Wiese
    #33 #34 As @Preston 🐝 Vander Ven states, just wait until you meet more of the 'clicks' here on beBee ;) It's like they knockin' on your back door. :)
    Jared 🐝 Wiese
    23/01/2017 #35 Jared 🐝 Wiese
    " Leave them with a story. Leave yourself with a story. It's not about who you know, it's about WHO KNOWS YOU. So get out there and make some friends! "
    Well said, @Kristen Maslanka!

    Along the lines of a story, there once was a president many people adored, the world over. Ironically, before he became so loved and famous, he gave a famous speech. Some called it an inauguration of sorts. In it, were many paradoxes. It ended with inspiring words that some say have lasted over 50 years, even to those who were not alive at the time. It went something like, "Ask not what your [network] can do for you — ask what you can do for your [network]."

    Well, it was something like that, but me thinks it is very relevant to your story here ;)
    Bravo!
    Kristen Maslanka
    14/01/2017 #34 Kristen Maslanka
    #33 " Every Click is a Person" That line is gold, and leave me with a lot to think about. It's true and it's nearly poetic. Some would say that the internet distances us, but if used the right way, it can instead bridge the gap between us all and connect us all as though we were all in one big convention center making friends! Thank you for the comment, I look forward to hearing more from you!
    Preston 🐝 Vander Ven
    14/01/2017 #33 Preston 🐝 Vander Ven
    @Kristen Maslanka I feel you nailed everything in your phrase, "it is not who you know, but who know's YOU." This world today is all about relationships, especially online. Every click is a person. We have to view them as that. If we view every lead we ever get in whatever type of lead funnel we use as statics, we'll never truly succeed. It is possible but it will take probably 1000 times for traffic. Great tips you left.
    Eileen Doyon
    13/01/2017 #32 Eileen Doyon
    great words!!!
    Kristen Maslanka
    13/01/2017 #31 Kristen Maslanka
    #20 thank you! I'm going to ask my library if they have that Knock em dead book and get to reading that. Those are great resources and you are a fantastic writer- very well informed and I love that you cite your sources!
    Kristen Maslanka
    13/01/2017 #30 Kristen Maslanka
    #23 It certainly would, and I know i'd learn quite a bit myself!
    Clarity is something i can always improve on!

    Oh really?! Nothing beats an old fashioned book. I still end up with an entire floor of reference books open in a circle around me. I joke and call it my summoning circle of knowledge. (( if you like older books on foreshortening- Andrew Loomis' books particularly his book on illustration is a great reference))

    Goodness, that is exciting! I can't wait to see what you post with it. Yeah i was using an intuos for years before i upgraded to my cintiq, but I couldn't do without it now!

    It's the most convenient guitar for a student to keep without taking up too much room in the plane and in their apartment! I never thought of it that way, but that's a stunning way to view the instrument- I can look at my hohmer in a whole new way. The blues...golly. So beautiful. Ever check out Susan Tedeschi? That girl has a voice like no other. I like pretending I can cover her songs.

    If you ever want to jam some time i'm always open!

    Thank you. I mean that most sincerely, it's been a bumpy ride, but i'm going to make this work, and i'm overjoyed at how welcoming people have been on this website, I'm thrilled to make new friends and I take your words very seriously and with much appreciation. I also think the same of yourself.
    Kristen Maslanka
    13/01/2017 #29 Kristen Maslanka
    #28 Firstly- Thank you! Secondly, I know! I'm so excited- so many new faces and people to get to know!

    I'm going to have to join that hive, thank's for the recommendation!
    What kind of dog do you have? If you send me a picture I'll be happy to draw your pup!
    Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    13/01/2017 #28 Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    #27 Looks like you are sorted with twitter, just tweeted this excellent buzz! And you know why I think it is so phenomenal? You did exactly what you advised others to do. This is one masterclass of a comments section.

    People are mingling, getting reacquainted, offering help and tips and just plain old gettin' along!

    Impressive.

    I'll meander on the topic of "she's a real dog lover" I created the canine companions hive to share photos of these wonderful dogs we get to hang out with and would love to see some more of your work using the various breeds as fairy tale characters.
    Kristen Maslanka
    13/01/2017 #27 Kristen Maslanka
    #24 That's a fantastic idea! How would I go about doing that?
    Wayne Yoshida
    13/01/2017 #26 Wayne Yoshida
    #24 #25 Great advice for everyone / every Bee -- Thanks John!
  17. ProducerCarl Nordgren

    Carl Nordgren

    23/01/2017
    Millennials and their Destiny
    Millennials and their Destiny I have a deep and rich relationsip with the Millennial Generation and I’m the better for it. After 25 years as an entrepreneur I began teaching at Duke University in 2001, just as the oldest of the Millennial Generation were...
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    Carl Nordgren
    24/01/2017 #2 Carl Nordgren
    #1 Thanks Lisa. Yes, I find them to be attracted to the notion that they can do well by doing good. Have a refreshing day.
    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    24/01/2017 #1 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    Wonderful article and worth the read! @Carl Nordgren wrote, "Millennials aren’t perfect, of course. There is lots of progress that needs to be made. But as I consider the full breadth and depth of experiences I have with them I conclude they have crossed an important line and that Millennials will invite or at least allow everyone in the talent pool in a fashion never permitted before." I agree Carl, I find them to be very inclusive and much more tolerant. I hope we can thank ourselves in part for helping them thrive and use their creative minds. I think if the internet had been around during other generations, those generations before us would be writing about boomers in the same manner or possibly more critical of boomers if they had access to the internet way back when........... Every generation teaches us something and we can either close our ears/minds to it or embrace it. I choose to embrace it. Very nice photo of your father which I'm sure has deep meaning for you.
  18. Bert Purdy

    Bert Purdy

    23/01/2017
    Bert Purdy
    Millennials Manage Differently, and That’s a Good Thing - Lindsey Pollak
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    ¡Que tengáis una buena semana! En Construyendo Relaciones Radio con @Rudolf Helmbrecht 🐝😄😄 Coni Muxi
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  20. ProducerMichael Schneider
    I Spoke to an Expert. He Said This Is What's Holding Millennials Back
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    Adam Weedy
    20/01/2017 #2 Adam Weedy
    I applaud the trend among Millennials to quit jobs that aren't working for them. They are at their peak in terms of mobility; while I think it's painful for corporations - I do believe it will drive change.
    Mohammed Sultan
    20/01/2017 #1 Mohammed Sultan
    Millennials look at companies as the paths of their thoughts and when these thoughts are blocked ,not addressed or expressed the relationship reach a premature end.Many young talents,so,quit their jobs either because they don't have enough patience or energy to bend with the trend of conformity inside many companies or because their pockets ,time and hearts are filled because they were born with a silver spoon in their mouth.

    In General,considering millennials as loyal assets in their companies is a welfare and a fantasy that go beyond the logic of today's business reality and the well- established economic theories.Thank you @Michael Schneider and welcome on beBee.
  21. Coni Muxi

    Coni Muxi

    16/01/2017
    El próximo jueves hablaremos de la "Generación Millennial", con @Rudolf Helmbrecht 🐝 en Construyendo Relaciones. Nos puedes acompañar a partir de las 23 hrs por Radio Kanal Barcelona en la 106.9 FM. ¡Te esperamos! Coni Muxi
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  22. ProducerGiles Crouch

    Giles Crouch

    13/01/2017
    Busting Myths About Millennials, Social Media & Technology
    Busting Myths About Millennials, Social Media & TechnologyAs a digital anthropologist, I research, mostly for marketing departments and agencies, how people behave within social media and with technology as a whole. Millennials are a hot topic. Many a brand spends inordinate amounts of time and money to...
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    Javier 🐝 beBee
    17/01/2017 #3 Javier 🐝 beBee
    thanks for sharing it ! welcome to beBee !
    Adam Weedy
    13/01/2017 #2 Adam Weedy
    Rockin' article Giles! I wrote one called: "I, too, am a millennial expert." Check it out! & by the way, the one thing I would add is that I think "millennials" main difference "at work" is they are more likely to leave a company that isn't working for them.
    Mohammed A. Jawad
    13/01/2017 #1 Mohammed A. Jawad
    To sum up, presumably millennials are mindful more about media.
  23. William Davis

    William Davis

    12/01/2017
    30 under 30 to keep an eye on for 2017.
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    Tony Robbins: How to Control Your Mind (Law of Attraction)
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  25. Jordan Barta

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    05/01/2017
    This is a must watch!
    Simon Sinek on Millennials in the Workplace
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    José 🐝 Jordán de Urríes
    19/01/2017 #7 José 🐝 Jordán de Urríes
    @Teresa Gezze @Tifany Rodio @Sergio Martínez
    CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    08/01/2017 #6 CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    #5 This is the thing, not everybody with millennial kids shares the same experiences he is talking about, but first when I watched this - I thought maybe our family is just an exception to the rule. As I went out exploring this I discovered he has exposed a home truth about a particular parenting style, but one cannot paint all millennials as a result with the same brush - and if anything the usefulness of this video is to discover at the same time the truths that go into a stereotype or a label.

    There is a problem with social media but it applies equally to all generations whether they be boomers or millennials, which is how quickly we take it at face value. It is not that we are not individually intelligent enough to understand it, but that we move on quickly to the next piece of social media before we have absorbed and tested this in our own context or given reality.

    Ironically when I first heard him speak, his powers of persuasion were immense, he had me convinced that he had found the great truth and I had to check myself spouting this as I thought "Wait, why not ask a millennial - the one's I know, the one's we parented".

    In the cold day of light, it is a great truth that pertains to a specific demographic with a specific conformity of cultural values. As Bugs Bunny might say, "sometimes it just feels-white", (I mean right).
    Antoine 🐝 Prager
    08/01/2017 #5 Antoine 🐝 Prager
    This video is super important and very interesting, anyone with kids should first watch it, reflect on it and then watch it and discuss it with their kids. Because social media are a great thing but managing social media is now part of parenting. Don´t you think so?
    CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    06/01/2017 #4 CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    What I am going to focus on most is Simon Sinek delivery and presentation style. He speaks with great authority and assurance, only problem is that I have yet to find a millennial who I have talked to that actually matches up with the kind of millennial group he is talking about. Then again, I have not talked so far to white middle class parents who buy into all such entitlement and spoiling.

    He is addressing a sub-group and if he was Clinton's running mate, he would probably get her another million votes in California and lose the Rust Belt of America by an even bigger margin than Clinton lost it - maybe even 5pts compared to Clinton's 3.5pt under-performance from the last election. Whatever the actual facts of his content, he is a compelling speaker and I am not surprised by the viral nature of this video, it speaks to 100% Sinekism or Cynicism about rich white people.
    Mohammed Sultan
    05/01/2017 #3 Mohammed Sultan
    Millennials look at companies as the paths of their thoughts and when these thoughts are blocked or not addressed and expressed,they reach a premature end.Millennials,so,quit their jobs either because they don't have the power or the patience to bend with the conformity trend or because their pockets,time and hearts are filled.Generally,considering millennials as loyal assets is a welfare or a fantasy that goes beyond the business logic and the well established economic theories.
    CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    05/01/2017 #2 CityVP 🐝 Manjit
    An important contribution to dialogue, which forms the nub of conversations that I am sure lead to additional insights from that young generation which represents my own kids and the young students in our campus club.
    Joel Anderson
    05/01/2017 #1 Joel Anderson
    This is truly an insightful and worthwhile 15 minutes. Thanks for posting Jordan.
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