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?
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