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RP Business: PEW Research Center

Business Resource Proposal

The PEW Research Center released research on the millennial generation and the demographics of this group. The millennial generation’s increasing use of technology can be problematic in the future and lead to a decrease in communication in person and feelings of isolation and loneliness. Continue reading RP Business: PEW Research Center

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Jason DeRulo Talks Dirty to Me

I actually got to meet Jason DeRulo after the concert last week– we talked ethics for a hot sec.

Do you think your goal as an artist is to be the most profitable tour or to express yourself and bring the most joy to your fans? Continue reading Jason DeRulo Talks Dirty to Me

Dinner with Michael Jordan

If I could have dinner with one person, it would without a doubt be with one of my favorite athletes of all time, Michael Jordan. I’m sure we all know who Michael Jordan is, but incase you don’t, let me give you a little background information. The G.O.A.T. (Greatest of all time) is a former NBA basketball player and also one of the most iconic professional athletes of all time. Throughout his 15 NBA seasons, Jordan was a 6x NBA Champion, 6x NBA Finals MVP, 5x regular season MVP, 1x Defensive Player of the Year, 14x NBA All-Star, 3x All-Star Game MVP, 10x NBA scoring champion, 2x NBA slam dunk champion and 3x AP Athlete of the Year. These are only some of Jordan’s most significant accolades, but Jordan not only made an impact on the court throughout his career, he also significantly impacted the corporate world during and after his illustrious career. Continue reading Dinner with Michael Jordan

John Mayer

Wow, a very open ended blog post! I love it. I like how this blog is evolving in terms of content and style.

I would have dinner with John Mayer. If you know me at all, this is extremely believable. Despite the flak I may receive from my peers, I stand by my statement. But why John Mayer? Continue reading John Mayer

Let’s Surf and Get Dinner

Presidents, activists, famous artists and religious figures dance through my head. Then, I reflect on the book I just finished: Let My People Go Surfing- The Education of a Reluctant Businessman by Yvon Chouinard, the founder and owner of Patagonia. The book reflects on Chouinard’s experiences in business and how he came to form Patagonia and its strategy. Continue reading Let’s Surf and Get Dinner

Keep on Keepin’ on

When I first read the prompt and how it was about measuring “how much of a millennial” we are I instantly thought about my relationship with technology. I could imagine people having the same reaction. Due to the up rise, advancements, and innovations that have taken place with technology throughout the last two decades I think it is safe to assume that this would be a huge differentiating point between Millennials and Generation Xers. Millenials never had to be introduced to the idea of technology, but rather had to adjust to the changes that have been made in existing technology that make our lives “easier” and more “efficient”. This tendency to accept technology reminded me of Orr’s article and one of the specific reasons he says we are unsustainable- that we “dominate nature.” Continue reading Keep on Keepin’ on