The struggle of growing up without a path.
When i was younger the teachers asked us the usual question on what we wanted to be when we got older; doctors, teachers, firefighters, the typical answers you’d expect from elementary kids. 960 more words
Arthur Gensler started his architecture firm 52 years ago with no business plan—and no money. Counting the cash every Friday night, he initially paid himself $14,400 a year. 1,305 more words
Millennials may act as if they’re entitled to ultrahigh salaries, but in most parts of the U.S. they still don’t earn them. Outside of Washington, D.C., and fracking mecca North Dakota, full-time year-round workers under age 35 made substantially less on average than $40,356—which was the national average for workers between 35 and 65. 80 more words
Carl B. Forkner, Ph.D.
This is part six of a multi-part Blog series on strengthening your team by building on thoughts from experts. The foundation for these articles… 946 more words