College graduates are all bombarded with the same question: "What are you doing after graduation?" In fact, this question is both so popular and resented that it's sprouted a following of hilarious memes and decorated grad caps. (We're never too old for a spongebob reference). Regardless of your unique answer to this question, Jon Acuff … Continue reading Millennial to Millionaire: You’ve graduated! (Now what?)
"Did she just say, 'Quit your job on the first day?'" Absolutely. As "nearly-grads", many of us are looking to launch into a successful career. Thanks to this Forbes article, you now know which jobs to quit on the first day. They list 10 reasons, but I will share my favorite three: 1. QUIT YOUR JOB … Continue reading Millennial to Millionaire: Quit Your Job on the First Day
If you read Millennial to Millionaire's last post, then you know the Takers have to go. Just as you wouldn't use a dozen of broken eggs, 11 good eggs covered in the sticky yolk of the broken 12th still won't do. How do you weed out the bad eggs before they spill their sticky negativity … Continue reading Millennial to Millionaire: The Bad Eggs (Givers & Takers Pt. 2)
To be a giver or a taker, that is the real question. Who better to answer such a conundrum than our favorite and most beloved teacher, TED? (Yes, we all love TED. There is no denying it.) In psychologist, Adam Grant's video, he asks the question: "Who are the most productive people in any organization: … Continue reading Millennial to Millionaire: Who will win, the Givers or the Takers?
"New year, new me," right? Although we are inundated by that phrase in our personal lives, there are three impactful resolutions that can have relevance in your professional environment. Be a teacher. Did you know that the best way to learn is to teach? Researchers have found that while teaching, people tend to put more … Continue reading Millennial to Millionaire: Must-Have Resolutions
Millennial to Millionaire celebrates too. On this holiday, I will only ask for a small courtesy laugh... Even a chuckle will do. Hell, just exhale slightly harder than usual and we'll call it a day. https://www.newyorker.com/cartoons Happy Holidays!
Did last week's guest post on Bitcoin get your heart racing? Weirdo. But hey, we don't judge here. For the more curious potential coin collectors, here’s a little more info that wasn't shared in Millennial to Millionaire: What the hell is a Bitcoin?: Mining: Finding this form of questionable online currency is best left to … Continue reading Millennial to Millionaire: Bitcoin 101
GUEST POST: Bitcoins Getting Free Press On Hit TV Shows Like “The Big Bang Theory” By: D.J. Sartell I'm excited to share my first guest post about a recent trending topic - Bitcoins. This was the primetime subject matter during a recent episode of "The Big Bang Theory” that got a great deal of attention in driving this topic home … Continue reading Millennial to Millionaire: What the hell is a Bitcoin?
I'm sure you all have the perfect relationship with your boss... I'm talking open communication, honesty and feelings of equality. Right? Just kidding. Whether you work with an incredible leader or a reiteration of Satan, it's important to know how to constructively say no. According to James Richman's Fast Company article, the best teams are built on … Continue reading Millennial to Millionaire: How to Say NO
The famous elevator pitch. It has transformed the basic introduction into a strategic advantage, showing people who you are in about 60 seconds - You know, the time it takes to ride the elevator with your future employer. However, its not enough to have an elevator pitch. You've got to own it. Are you expecting a super handy … Continue reading Millennial to Millionaire: 3 Ways to Own the Elevator Pitch