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Author, Pete Seat says there's a war on millennials. One-third of 18-34 year-olds live with their parents and teen unemployment in major cities tops 50%. These are the people who will be left to pay off the massive government debt we're currently accumulating. How's that gonna work? Tune in!
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?
There are always at least two sides to every story. Have you ever wondered how someone, who saw the same thing you did, walked away telling a vastly different story? Which version was correct? Which one was the REAL story? Actually, both are! It’s just a matter of perspective.
Joe takes the issues… especially the controversial issues (politics, prejudice, religion, illegal immigration)… and brings in people from different sides to share their viewpoint. This is definitely not a fluff piece. And while no one is attacked, the questions are hard-hitting.
But the conversation is always respectful and you’re sure to learn something new, even if you don’t agree!
If you’ve always wondered how the “other side” thinks and how they’ve arrived at their “stand”, then this is the show for you!
It’s not the right side, it’s not the wrong side, but the REAL side of the issues!
Curious about what millennials are expecting from home design? We're talking with designer Courtney Rogers about designing for millennials. Join us!
We've all heard about the differences between GenX and the generation raised on iPads and on-demand entertainment. And we've seen the stats on how home buying trends have been decreasing among the millennial generation.
So what do designers and remodelers need to know about the millennial generation to attract and retain their interest in our work? We're talking with designer Courtney Rogers, recently recognized as one of the National Kitchen and Bath Association's '30 under 30,' and '40 under 40' for Professional Remodeler magazine.
The 28-year-old Atlanta-based designer specializes in kitchens and baths, and is sharing what we need to know about designing for millennials.
"I'm a passionate, driven, and supremely organized over-achiever who loves my family, my Georgia Bulldawgs, and my creative outlet... design," --Courtney Rogers
Our guest today, Jeff Fromm, is the co-author of the book "Marketing to Millennials: Reach the Largest & Most Influential Generation of Consumers Ever." Today he shares the keys for how businesses can successfully tap into this powerful segment of the marketplace.Jeff has been actively studying Millennials for several years now. In addition to his book,Jeff is the author of a number of reports on Millennials and frequently speaks about marketing to Millennials to private corporations and organizations such as the Association of National Advertisers (ANA), International Franchise Association (IFA), and the American Association of Advertising Agencies (4As). In 2011, he spearheaded the development of American Millennials: Deciphering the Enigma Generation, a Barkley report based on research conducted with Service Management Group and The Boston Consulting Group.Jeff is the founder of Share.Like.Buy, an annual conference on marketing to Millennials.Jeff is executive vice president of an independent advertising agency and has 25 years of hands-on experience marketing major brands, including SONIC, Hallmark, Build-A-Bear Workshop, KC Masterpiece, and Payless. Prior to joining Barkley, Jeff had his own consulting firm, which he sold in 2008.
Sheiresa Ngo is the consumer and personal finance editor at Black Enterprise. She has appeared on CNN, The Michael Baisden Show, and Black Enterprise Business Report. Ngo is a graduate of Boston University’s certified financial planner certificate program. She holds several professional certifications, and is a certified credit counselor. Ngo received a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and a master of art degree in public communication from Fordham University.
Lee Fox is the founder of PeerSpring.com, a new peer-to-peer network which unlocks funding for young social entrepreneurs. She also serves as a consultant to brands and nonprofits that wish to engage a younger demographic in their civic engagement, CSR, cause-branding and social impact initiatives. By specializing in what motivates people to "give" -- be that of time, expertise, financial support or with social media contributions, Lee speaks nationally about generational trends, drivers of popular culture, emerging social finance vehicles, digital currencies and the future of philanthropy.
Episode 2: Millennials
Eddie and Elena discuss a new study into Millennials by the Pew Research Center, what Eddie would do if he ran the country, and why internet neutrality is the most important thing for young people.
Find out what they think about about True Detective, Mariah Carey, and Married With Children.
This episode is sponsored by Squarespace.com - get a 10% discount when you create your own professional website or online store by using the offer code MSG
Some of the best experiences of our lives are spent at little to no cost to us yet we base our entire existence on the need for more money. Of course, money is a GREAT motivational tool, but should it be the only tool? There have been stories of successful millionaires who commit suicide when they lose their fortunes, because money is such an integral part of their lives.
American culture has programmed us to think that once you graduate, you will be the richest person in the country. The truth of the matter is we aren't graduating into the once thriving job market of generations before us. Millennials have to be creative in their efforts of being "rich" and it starts with thinking less about the money and more about one's impact on the world.
This show will highlight valuable "unpaid experiences" that shift paradigms from only seeing dollar signs to identifying the true value in life's experiences.
Millennials Matter is a series that will provide insight and commentary on how to equip the NOW generation with tools to be successful in the ever changing workforce.
What is your best-unpaid experience? What was the method of payment?
Be sure to chime in on the conversation via Twitter @GiselleAvenue and by using hashtag #MillennialsMatter
Call-in and speak with me by dialing 718-664-9381
Just some of the latest Obama shortcomings; going to Mandela's funeral, who was and is a communist and having our flags at half mast for ten days when he never paid attention to Margaret Thatcher passing away. Obama and his latest lies - obamacare, misleading speeches on the NSA spying and more. Millennials (the cupcake generation) losing faith in Obama and obamacare. They are finally paying attention because this hits them in the pocketbook. Obama hurt himself by saying all kids can stay on their parent's insurance until they are 26 yet they want ALL millennials to sign up for obamacare - they ain't doing it.
Ebong Eka is no stranger to the world of personal finance & lifestyle. As a certified public accountant, former professional basketball player in Europe and one of Washington DC’s Best Dressed Men, he offers a fresh perspective in a commanding yet approachable manner that draws a diverse audience.
Ebong gives real life-practical money solutions, tailored to the everyday person, the aspiring entrepreneur and the small business owner. Ebong developed experience with some of the largest consulting firms such as PricewaterhouseCoopers and Deloitte & Touche. Ebong is also a Tax Consulting professional with Levyti Consulting, LLC, a tax advisory firm in the Washington, DC area.
Ebong is a tax and small business expert who regularly appears on MSNBC, Fox News, Fox Business Channel, NBC and CNN. Ebong was also a popular face in primetime and cable television for his role on Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of DC”.
Cristina Quinones is a Three Time Music Award winner, Atlanta’s very own, 19 year old , Hispanic –American, Country/Rock/Pop Singer/Songwriter.
At the tender age of 12, she performed her first live performance with Tavis Smiley’s BET event and since then has created a certified Buzz in the Music Industry. Cristina’s unique talent blends are a combination of Country, Rock, Pop, and dance styles.
Growing up in a Mutli-Cultural family has proven to be instrumental in allowing her to express her roots in the Hispanic and American Cultures. She’s quite a seasonal performer. She maintains a rigorous schedule and has performed over 900 shows in the past 8 years.
There is a relationship crisis, unlike any other recorded in history. Divorce rates are as high as 68 % in some countries. Many millennials have been born into disruptive or non-existent unions, As a result, it seems millennials are ditching traditional patriarchal marriages, questioning its sustainability and redefining what relationships and commitment mean. Through polygamy, open relationships, or throwing in the towel when they become tired of their mate, the definition of what marriage really is, seems to be undergoing a huge make-over. Do you feel our generations’ lack of commitment is detrimental to future generations? Has the traditional institution of marriage and long lasting relationships become a thing of the past? How much are you willing to put up with to maintain your relationship? Please join us Tuesday 4/8 at 6:30pm EDTto speak your piece on Conditional Love: Millennials and Commitment
@TheFeliciaShow chats with Millennials Career Experts, Elvira Guzman and Brendan Horak.
Brendan Horak is the Founder of ResuME and Elvira Guzman went from being Steve's Harvey Intern to building her own empire. Both guests will provide career advice for millennials on Friday's episode! Elvira Guzman book, "Your Blueprint: An Interactive Guide To Remembering Your True Purpose in Life" is a must read for many young professionals and millennials, trying to navigate through what's next and their career moves.
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