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10 books about millennials
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Can't Even: How Millennials Became the Burnout Generation by Anne Helen Petersen
Category: Historical Study & Educational Resources
This book was published last year by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and takes approximately 10.1 hours to read.
From acclaimed writer and Buzzfeed cultural columnist Anne Helen Petersen comes an incendiary examination of burnout in millennials, probing the social conditions that feed the pervasive anxiety, powerlessness, and disenfranchisement that have defined this generation.
Millennials' Guide to Management & Leadership: What No One Ever Told you About How to Excel as a Leader by Jennifer P Wisdom
Category: Decision-Making & Problem Solving
This book was published last year by Winding Pathway Books and takes approximately 11.4 hours to read.
How can Millennials become successful managers and leaders? In our 20s and 30s, once we learn the basics of navigating the world of work, many of us start moving into management and leadership positions. Today's Millennials are also still striving to identify who they are, what they want, and how to get it. Millennials' Guide to Management and Leadership helps Millennials launch to become skilled managers and leaders who are prepared to tackle the complex problems of the future. In the next decade, Millennials will become 60% of the U.S. workforce. Clinical psychologist Jennifer P. Wisdom, author of Millennials' Guide to Work, expands her practical Millennials' Guides series by helping Millennials take the reins and become successful, respected, and effective managers and leaders. This practical guide includes: -- Advice on overcoming more than 80 workplace challenges -- Strategies in growing into management and leadership roles -- Tips for managing your staff and managing your boss -- An action plan for accomplishing your work and life goals
Your Turn: How to Be an Adult by Julie Lythcott-Haims
This book was published this year by Henry Holt and Co. and takes approximately 16.5 hours to read.
Having tackled a far-reaching parenting crisis with her New York Times bestselling How to Raise an Adult, Julie Lythcott-Haims is back with an equally powerful and persuasive book for the adult children of those hovering parents—and for everyone who struggles to be a grown-up in these challenging times—in Your Turn: How to Be an Adult...
Millennials' Guide to Work: What No One Ever Told You About How to Achieve Success and Respect by Jennifer P Wisdom
Category: Motivation & Self-Improvement
This book was published 2 years ago by Winding Pathway Books and takes approximately 7.7 hours to read.
How can Millennials Succeed at Work? In our 20s and 30s, we all struggle with starting our first job, navigating new workplaces, and being successful at work. At the same time, we're striving to identify who we are, what we want, and how to get it. Millennials' Guide to Work helps readers identify what is important to them, how to clarify their values, and how to navigate complex workplaces. Clinical psychologist Jennifer P. Wisdom believes we all need to work together to help the youngest members of the workforce be successful. This guide is for Millennials who want to achieve and find success, satisfaction and respect in their professional lives. This Practical Guide Includes: -- Advice on overcoming 60 everyday challenges -- Strategies for dealing with problematic colleagues -- Tips for working with challenging bosses -- A guide to clarifying your values and goals
The Passion Generation: The Seemingly Reckless, Definitely Disruptive, But Far From Hopeless Millennials by Grant Skeldon
Category: Conflict Management
This book was published 3 years ago by Zondervan and takes approximately 9.6 hours to read.
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Adulting for Jesus: A Book about Purpose, Trusting God, and (Obviously) Burritos by Kristin Weber
Category: Family & Relationships
This book was published this year by David C Cook and takes approximately 6.4 hours to read.
Is adulthood a curse? What should I do with all these participation trophies? As young given adults try to figure things out and answer deep, soul-heavy questions, they're given flak for living in "extended adolescence." In a world that insists we can (and should) have it all, Adulting for Jesus uses humor to offer topical advice and encouragement for those who are asking, "Is this really all there is?" Develop realistic expectations and a healthy, godly outlook on life for: relatinships calling blessings serving sabbath social media anxiety Readers will find that by learning to laugh at themselves and find humor in situations, the reduced stress and anxiety makes the ride so much more enjoyable. Most importantly, the more young adults learn about God and see His faithfulness in their lives, the more they grow to love His will, even if it's not exactly what they imagined.
The Coming King: The growing Controversy about the Millennial Kingdom and the coming reign of Messiah by R. Baruch
This book was published 6 years ago by Areli Media and takes approximately 6.5 hours to read.
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MILLENNIALS' GUIDE TO THE CONSTRUCTION TRADES: What No One Ever Told You about a Career in Construction by Jennifer P. Wisdom
Category: Vocational Guidance
This book was published last year by Winding Pathway Books and takes approximately 8.5 hours to read.
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Millennial Hospitality III: The Road Home by Charles James Hall
Category: New Age & Spirituality
This book was published 18 years ago by AuthorHouse and takes approximately 12.0 hours to read.
Seduction of Suicide offers a new and radically different explanation of certain suicidal behavior how suicide can be addictive. This is a powerful book, filled with dark, sometimes shocking, personal stories, but also with the incandescent light of hope. It presents a way out of hopelessness a path towards recovery including specific steps that suicidal people have taken to beat their compulsions. Many people who have attempted suicide will see themselves in the stories presented. Some who have mourned the loss of loved ones to suicide will find closure, easing their bewilderment and self- blame. Therapists who are baffled by cases that have not responded to treatment will, in this book, find a new and promising approach for their clients. "Something we have all seen but no one has described before now." -Patrick Carnes, Ph.D. Author, Out of the Shadows " new insights to those of us who have lost loved ones to suicide deaths." -Elsie & Jerry Weyrauch, Founders of SPAN USA (Suicide Prevention Advocacy Network) "A major achievement by one who has been there." -James T. Clemons, Ph.D. Editor, Children of Jonah, Personal Stories of Survivors of Suicide Attempts President, Organization for Attempters and Survivors of Suicide in Interfaith Services
We estimate total reading time by multiplying a book's page count by an average reading speed of 2 minutes per page. Summaries sourced from Google Books.
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