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  • The impact Millennials have on our future
  • The impact Millennials have on our future


    Hosts: Dennis Garcia and Darren McCain
    Time: 35:41

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    Originally recorded August 2017

    Show Notes

    All of us have stories about growing up, some of them good, some of them bad.  Every story is different it is what defines us as a person.  The interactions you have help define how you communicate, your education can help you recognize opportunities and ways to make things better (or worse).  Your environment can help shape your outlook and define your future.  Of course the list goes on with the culmination adding up to who you are.

     Many of these factors are also used to define generations.  Baby Boomers peaked after WW2 while Generation X occurred afterwards followed by, the Millennials.  In this episode we will be discussing a couple of mainstream articles targeted at how Millennials are changing the future and what they have been accused of destroying.  Don’t get me wrong, change is good and we upgrade computers one part at a time like you should.  However, change for the sake of change isn’t always healthy.

    Of course, keep in mind that many of these articles are written by the previous generation in an attempt to help explain why things went sideways, and that is part of the fun. 

    Related Links:
    Millennials and car ownership? It's complicated
    Here are all the things millennials have been accused of killing — from wine corks to golf

    Episode 78 featured music:
    Little People - Start Shootin' (http://www.littlepeoplemusic.com/)