I grew up in the crossroad between dial-up internet and the first iPhone. From Blockbuster movies to Netflix; delivery pizza to Digiorno. I also lived in a town small enough to uncomfortably fit the cast of Glee. With very little jobs available and much less educational opportunities (or conversations).
I’ve ventured the treacherous path to higher education, signed over my life and job hopped so much I could probably put the Easter Bunny to shame. Needless to say I am a millennial and if there’s one thing I’ve learned, it’s how to make a really good mistake. I’ve discovered how to make so good of a mistake that in sharing them on this platform with you (whether young or old) you will be able to learn a little something from them, as I have. It’s not enough to dream up a future; you must build it, one mistake at a time.