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<ul><li>Are you teachable? </li><li>Are you accountable? </li><li>Are you purposeful? </li><li>Are you trustworthy? </li><li>Are you respectful? </li><li>Are you promotable? </li></ul>
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Our parents told us we could be whatever we wanted, regardless of whether we had talent in a particular area or notI believe we rely upon our parents a bit more than those before usYou arent going to come in and be given responsibility immediatelyIt's their way or the highwayAnd sometimes their impatience grew from the fact that the old guard really didnt get it
You mentioned in your post about millennials being impatient, dont believe in dues payingAnd if you persist in the belief you can, take your job and shove itOn-Demand Episodes Bob Burg Author of The Go-Giver, Endless Referrals and Adversaries into Allies Peter G Goral and Cate Moore interview Bob BurgAn unfortunate downfall of Foursquare effects for those of us [&] The Great Disillusion CyberFootprint says: June 2, 2010 at 12:08 am [&] coexisting with a member of the Generation Y thoroughly and succinctlyBut those little errors are also a case in point for whats changed with the arrival of 2.0 technologyI can admit that I was one of those Latch Key kids and every now and then I look to my mother for guidance or just when i need a spurt of encouragementIm not sure the attitude that many folks ascribe to some Millennials is all that unique to this generationFeaturing people and companies making a positive contribution to the world
What I have learned from my professional interactions with PR hopefuls and my own career (including teaching) is that stereotypes and generalizations mark the inevitable path of every generation through the workforceHowever, I was fortunate to have parents who believed in independence and taught me at a young age that I needed to learn to do things myself and to not whine, as it is an unbecoming traitWhere the bigger conflict is is between Gen X and Gen YThe access of information has become so menial that we often forget how important it can beSo if you think about it, we didnt learn about money and our parents also werent formally educated about moneyI mean, knowledge is free from these folks, why wouldnt I take advantage of that? My father always taught me to learn as much as I could from anybody whether it was a good thing or a bad thingMy discussion leader, who grades our homework and papers, will always write good job and give constructive criticism on how to make your paper a better paperDid our coaches, parents, teachers, etcThanks for an interesting post and letting me speak my mind in response! Sean Williams says: April 21, 2010 at 4:39 pm Very late to this typically fab discussion, my apologies
Yes, very similar indeedI am still that little girl in many waysFortunately for me, the Internet also makes cheating easier for me to detectBy the way, the tone of your post feels like you think youre an exception to the ruleEverything is imitable, including experience 171bf2437f