You Are What The World Has Been Waiting For!

We are going to keep this simple and short. 

Millennials get a bad rap, let's be honest, sometimes we deserve the stereotypes of entitled, lazy, and disloyal. 

Yet, we can move past the negatives and become what the world needs. We can re-write the script on millennialls and be the generation that lives purposeful, helps others, and leaves the world better off. 

It's on us to make a positive impact in our lives and professions. We are what the world has been waiting for. 

Matt Avery

Beauty in Failure

Bizlatte is a place for those you continually strive to advance their career and move toward their professional purpose. We can't promise success, in fact, the only thing we can really promise is that you will fail

Pushing yourself to new heights means you will fall and need to get back up. Keep going toward your goal, you will only reach it through continual effort. The only other option is a life full of regrets. Or as J.K. Rowling says:

It is impossible to live without failing at something, unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all – in which case, you fail by default.

See below how their can be beauty in failure. 

Matt Avery

Oh the Places Millennials Will Go!

Millennials have been called a lot of things, "entitled," "job-hoppers," "lazy," and every other professional insult out there. Some of these labels have truth to them. Millennials are the most likely generation to switch jobs, want to work in other countries, and the most disengaged generation in the workforce. 

Instead of placing blame, we should look for positive solutions. 

Millennials might job-hop, yet they are also the most willing to work in less developed countries to help a company and advance their career. They are technologically savvy, efficient, and willing to work odd hours. 

Companies can utilize these traits to grow the overall business. There are many options to engage Millennials and enhance company culture, for example, creating communication channels to engage all generations, improving productivity measurements, and placing young people in leadership training programs. 

There was a time when companies invested in their workers and placed them on tracks for success. Many businesses have abandoned this practice and wonder why Millennials look for new opportunities. 

Let's also look at Millennials, they have a responsibility as well. They should look for companies where they want to work instead of where they think they should work. This is key. 

Yes, you the Millennial reading this, will be disengaged if you work at a job you never wanted to work at and only took the position because you thought it would offer comfort. You will spend every day wondering if you made the right choice. Only apply to places you really want to work, plain and simple. Save the HR team and company the hassle of vetting you if you don't really want to work at the places where you are applying. 

Now some more detailed solutions. 

Are you a manager, in HR, or oversee a team of young people? See our business solutions where we work with companies to bridge the gap between generations. 

Are you a Millennial? We can help get you on the path to your dream job through our dedicated coaching. Our process has worked for numerous people in getting them the job they love. You could be next. 

Matt Avery