Fortunately I do think the Millennials are headed in the right direction. I see many of them choosing water over soda and eating fruits and vegetables. Many know that smoking is harmful to them and that drinking alcohol in moderation is better than binge drinking. Do they always follow this? No, but they are much more cognizant than older generations. I was raised that smoking would calm you down and doctors were quoted as saying so. I also ate my fair share of TV dinners and thought that granola bars were healthy except one of the key ingredients is high fructose syrup.
Growing up I was advised not to venture too far out of my comfort zone. I never even considered being an entrepreneur while in high school or college. Many now are not only creating new products and services but are successfully marketing them. These “kids” do realize they may not succeed but they also feel it is worth the risk. These offerings are not just marketed on a local scale but many have global consumers. Watch video in link below
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We can all learn from them that life is too short to stand on the sidelines. We have successful people from older generations but the numbers are small. I think we will see many more highly successful people in the coming years that are under 30 years old. Although they may work as hard as older people, I think they are and will continue to be happier. They know more about how to give back and be grateful for what they have. That may seem contradictory to what the media portrays but the ones I have interacted
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