The Millennial Question

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Millennials: too many companies you will work for are not built to take care of you. Until that changes, please take care of each other.

Interview with Tom Bilyeu​ on Inside Quest​.

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  1. This guy talks about how relationships are made lol what a fucking joke. I cannot fucking STAND people who sit and talk and don't actually have conversations. We're just sitting listening to your drivel about how millennials suck and cellphones suck, fuck you you're nobody and your views on the workplace are equally flawed. You're such a pretentious fuck going on about cell phones fuck you you're completely disenfranchised from normal people.

  2. I’m a millennial and I really think the next generation after us is the most entitled generation. I think everyone born in 96 and after are the most of everything Simon said. I was in high school in the mid 2000’s and even though we had flip phones, MySpace and other gadgets connected to the internet it wasn’t what it is today. Y’all know kids and teens today have way more access today than any other generation.

  3. But the weird thing is ,this instant-gratification and entitlement is global, across all race n cultures…not just in U.S…so who or what is the real cause? …millennials deserve a restart in their childhood, old school!

  4. What a big joke that is. This is more a one man show than a sociologist analysis.
    You wish your parents told you you were special and that you could do anything you wanted to do in life, but either it was not the case, or I don't understand the reason you're so upset with millennials. Envy and fear, that's what it's all about.