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Inside Marriott’s Attempt to Win Over Millennials—Elizabeth Segrin
Older millennials, now in their late twenties and early thirties, travel frequently. They take an average of five business trips a year, which is twice as many as their peers over 35, and they are 23% more interested in traveling abroad than older generations. But millennials are also driven by a desire to have a rich, meaningful experience when they travel, get an authentic taste of the local culture, and gather unique stories to share upon their return. They are often choosing to stay in hostels, AirBnBs or non-name boutique hotels instead of big-brand hotel chains.
How to Stop Being Lazy and Get More Done: 5 Expert Tips—Eric Barker
As someone who works full time, studies full time, blogs three times a week, does contract work for multiple organizations, and prefers to spend time with his wife, this was helpful.
Cal Newport impresses the heck out of me. Why? Well, I’m glad you asked. He’s insanely productive:
And yet he finishes work at 5:30PM every day and rarely works weekends.
Nine Financial Decisions Millennials Need to Make Right Now—Art Rainer
Love Art’s stuff. He’s smarter than me.
A large portion of the Millennials has now entered the workforce. And many are now looking at their paychecks and wondering, “Now what? What do I do with my money?” Millennials have some very important decisions to make that will dramatically alter their financial future.
Here are 9 financial decisions that Millennials need to make right now:
1. Decide to live within your means.
It starts here. This is the key to accomplishing any of your financial goals. Stop considering the number on your paycheck as the amount you are able to spend. Living paycheck-to-paycheck ensures that you will have financial troubles in the present and future.