The Wrong Side of 25: Age and Our Life Storyline

Author: Richard Hebron

Whenever younger people ask me how old I am I often half-jokingly respond, “the wrong side of 25.” After they finish chuckling I say, “I’m 25.” In America we’re obsessed…

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An Alternative Option for Millennials: The Gap Year

Gap Year
Author: Joshua Conner

Opportunities to explore the world around you, work ethics, collaboration and prolific learning, you can get all these benefits and much more by attending any accredited college or university of…

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Letting Happiness Guide Your Life Plan

Author: Katie Kyker

I’m a planner. I have a plan for everything. Growing up I always knew I wanted to be a social worker and help others. I planned to finished graduate school…

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Win@Work: Position Yourself for the Position You Want

Author: Remington Tonar

One of the most prevalent misconceptions among many Millennials is that if you put your head down and work hard you’ll be recognized and rewarded. This assumption is akin to…

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The Single Source Society & the Need to Enlighten Our Way Out of the Dark

Single Source Society
Author: Ben Johnson

Earlier this month I was perusing my Facebook feed for something interesting to read, which is rather uncharacteristic of me as I usually open the app in a robotic, embarrassingly…

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Risk and Rewards of Data-Driven Decision Making

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Author: Jason Knoespel

One of the defining qualities of the millennial generation is its role in ushering in the use of technology in our everyday lives. We are the generation that grew up…

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