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Priscilla Talks about "My Generation"

Join Priscilla McKinney, Momma Bird at Little Bird Marketing, as she talks with Dan Leadbetter about the meaning of generational differences. Popular business culture demands that management change their practices to accommodate specific generations, but Priscilla's entrepreneurial experience has left her to believe she should do no such thing. They discuss The Economist's article "Myths about Millennials" which vindicates Priscilla's stance that most of the millennial touchstones are a myth. They discuss funny ironies found in the millennial generation and Billie Joel might have said it best when he sang, "You can't dress trashy 'til you spend lots of money."

Original theme music by Chris Stewart.

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