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What Millennial Entrepreneurs Can Learn from the Generations Before Us

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With all the stereotypes about millennials trailing behind us, it can be hard to see the value in learning from the same people that choose to criticize our generation. Of course, not all Baby Boomers and Gen Xers have negative views of Millennials, but it seems that lately that’s the idea perpetuated online and in the media. The overwhelming message is that Millennials are too entitled to listen to the […]

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Sorry, Entrepreneur Magazine — Millennials ARE Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneur Magazine 'Debunked' Cover

Last year, the well-known business magazine, Entrepreneur, published an op-ed titled, “Sorry, Millennials- You Are Not Entrepreneurs”. And, if you are a millennial entrepreneur yourself, you are likely cringing as hard as we are. The main takeaway from this article is that there is an entrepreneurial game to be played and that millennials simply don’t know the rules. That is, we don’t have an understanding of basic business concepts, and are lacking […]

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You’re Still a Doer: What This Fiverr Ad Gets Wrong About Entrepreneurship

You're Still a Doer

“You eat a coffee for lunch. You follow through on your follow through. Sleep deprivation is your drug of choice. You might be a doer.” Raise your hand if this sounds like a description of… well, you! Or, at the very least, has ever sounded like you, but you’ve been wise enough to reform. Fiverr, a hub website for anyone who works in a “gig economy” across a variety of […]

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Old (Millennial) Soul: 11 Signs You Were Born in the Wrong Decade

Old Millennial Soul - Born in Wrong Decade

Before I graduated from high school, I was voted “Born in the Wrong Decade”. It was a big joke, of course, as most senior superlatives are. But, while many labels that were placed on me over the course of my high school career felt either wrong, unfit, or insulting, this one felt as though it fit. Why? Because it felt true. I’ve always felt as though I didn’t belong in […]

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