Strong, capable, poised, in control.
They expect everything to be handed down to them as if they are entitled to it. Older generations picture us sitting on a couch with our feet up in the air, starring like a zombie into our screens on our phones, while taking selfies every five minutes, demanding our boss to give us a raise.
She assumes we are self-absorbed, conceded, and only care about fame and do not care about changing the way people see us. However, I believe the millennials are an admirable generation because we can multitask, we see the value in higher education, and we are aspirational.
Being able to maintain more than one thing at a time has helped Generation Y accomplish our task in a timely manner. Our parents were criticized for enrolling us in Little League, Ballet Class, and Science Camp all at once, but when you think about it we over-scheduled kids might be the uber project managers of the future.
From experience, as a child I as well was placed in Softball and Basketball at the same time. I feel it has made my life easier as a mother, because I can complete my daily chores while reading to my daughter as I am preparing dinner.
If I was not over scheduled as a child, I would probably be bald from pulling all my hair out trying to keep up with my life. Getting accepted into college is hard enough, but the stress of not getting into college is worse. Ultimately our generation either has to, obtain the highest level of education to keep up with the economy, or suffer the consequences of settling for minimum wage paying jobs.
As well as understanding that receiving a masters or bachelor degree will basically lead to a better future.
Millennials also strive by putting all their focus to one main objective, which is to be the best. Other generations like the Baby Boomers insist that we are lazy and narcissistic, but we have proven over and over that once we put our minds to something we make it our goal to accomplish it.
For example, being a mom of two toddlers, working full time and being a full time student is hard, but I do it to better my future and make sure my two beautiful daughters have a better child hood then I did.
I want my daughters to follow my example and thrive in anything they commit to. This is my personal goal for them, and being a Millennial myself, I will make sure this is achieved.
The Millennials are a generation that is deserving and commendable. We accomplish our goals and use the resources that were given to us. If we continue to climb up the success latter and show our hard work, we can change the views on how other generations see us. We need to come together as generations and make sure we teach the upcoming generations everything we have learned and ultimately continue to grow and push forward towards a better future.The main problem with writers like Joe (and to be fair, that’s a Tiny group) is that they destroy the dreams of the rest of us, I’ve always been a pretty good writer and at times I think maybe I should start blogging and try to build an audience, but then you read a Posnanski piece like this and you realise, why bother, I’d just be wasting everyone’s time, why pollute the world with my.
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