“We are. We are going to stop them.”
It was a promise, a battle cry—to end a country’s longest war. But this battle cry wasn’t bellowed by a mighty Roman general or a U.S. president. No, it was uttered in a dark room in northern Uganda, to a frightened boy, by a recent college graduate from San Diego. Read More
Millennials, also known as Gen Y-ers (80 million, born between 1980 and 1995), were raised by overly doting parents who coddled their self-esteem like fragile Fabergé eggs. They played in little leagues where the score wasn’t kept and where everyone was a winner and everyone got a trophy for just showing up.
Having hired, worked with and trained many, I had concluded that millennials were simply lazy, undisciplined, unmotivated, over-entitled and disengaged, with the attention span of goldfish. Read More