Now that career-minded Millennials make up 50 percent of our workplace, it's safe to assume (like every other generation to enter the work force) they'll want to earn promotions as quickly as possible.
In 2012, two years into a job at international advertising, marketing, and public relations giant Ogilvy, Grant Tudor got a call from a friend he had met while studying in Nairobi. The friend was looking to brainstorm ideas for an organization she was running in Kenya that used mobile communications as a violence prevention and intervention tool.
Whether you run a landscaping business or are a wholesaler for electrical goods, you'll be expected to do your job, mitigate risks, build profit, manage your career profile, and be a worker, manager, and leader for any teams you're a part of.
During my decades as a well-compensated network television producer, I paid all my bills on time and spent money on my share of luxuries, including pricey vacations, restaurants, fitness trainers and fancy health clubs. Oh, those were the days!