Kayla Cruz at Gen Y Girl is wise beyond her years, and deliriously optimistic. I heart her so big. In this blog, she hit on something that I think we all need to be reminded of from time to time: embrace the invincibility of childhood. You can do anything you want–who is going to stop you?
I love kids. Not in the creepy “I’m going to steal your child” kind of way, but still, I find them to be inspiring.
I think back to when I was younger and I remember just how happy I was.
I believed that everything and anything was possible.
As kids, the world is awesome. We see the world as this wonderful place and what we see is opportunity. We’re not yet jaded.
In studying generational differences in the workforce, one of the things that I’ve discovered is that all generations when they first enter the workforce are pretty similar. Baby Boomers, Millennials, each group of individuals, as young professionals, have shared the same frustrations and at the same time, the same hopes and desires.
Us recent graduates see possibility. We look at our surroundings, we look at our world and we see great opportunity to make it better.
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