Tag Archives: leading Gen Y

Purpose: What Really Matters to You?

Here’s the question:  “What advice would you give a young worker in order to have a truly meaningful career?” This is interesting: I asked this over on LinkedIn and tallied up the responses into an informal poll. The top advice was tied at 45% between these two answers: Find your true purpose, do what you […]
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Note to Gen Y’s: Drive the Car, not the Tools…

I’m sharing with you some of the most interesting responses to a question I asked on LinkedIn: What’s remarkable about Gen Y workers? Kenneth Larson, Retired Aerospace Contracts Manager, MicroMentor Volunteer and Founder “Smalltofeds” As a small business counselor I have noticed the symptoms of the “Technology Monkey,” particularly among the younger Gen Y Entrepreneurs. […]
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