ONE OF THE BEST SPEECHES EVER by Simon Sinek (So Inspiring!) Millennials Speech



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28 thoughts on “ONE OF THE BEST SPEECHES EVER by Simon Sinek (So Inspiring!) Millennials Speech

  • December 5, 2017 at 5:13 am
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    Even though I was born before 1984, I must be honest, unfortunately, I've seen this behavior in people that's much older than the millennials he's conveying this message to, including myself. Simon is DEAD ON POINT!!!! I love this dude's practical approach to the truth!! Simon ALWAYS brings the TRUTH to the table. Thank you for the post!!

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  • December 5, 2017 at 5:13 am
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    Not in the case of my kids. They saw two parents who were hard workers. My daughter's first time with money was at her grandfather's bingo hall when she as a little girl was helping in the kitchen handing out coffee to the patrons. The patrons gave her a tip and she was addicted to the work ethic. My son also started working for his father in his father's company. I have two amazing children who always came to me when they had issues in their life no matter what the issue. Whether it was being bullied or lost a baby. I never sugar coated anything with them, I gave them my honest opinion. But the important thing was unconditional love from their mother but also sat them down when they did wrong. You can love your children but still give them some boundaries.

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  • December 5, 2017 at 5:13 am
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    Your analysis is spot on. However; you are wrong in that the millenials are not responsible. They may have been brought up by idiotic political correct imbecilic parents; but, they still have a decently aware mind to get out of the quagmire they are in. Ex-convicts and criminals, ex-prostitutes, ex-drug addicts; etc, have become judges, doctors, lawyers, bankers, etc. The millenials have had a better education and upbringing than criminals. Millenials can get their lives together. A parent brings up a child for the world, but too many parents have forgotten that lesson. Stop enabling the millenials by saying its not their fault. Othey are smart, wnd can get out of their bad upbringing. If they do not and continue in the same rut they are in, then it becomes their problem, and they are responsible for their actions, and failures. Its on them.

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  • December 5, 2017 at 5:13 am
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    It's all of that and worst of all its the (Liberals) The rewards from not preforming, applause for no accomplishments, the actors insecurity of no body likes me,etc etc.

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  • December 5, 2017 at 5:13 am
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    Saying something doesn't make it true. No, it's not one of the best speeches ever. Nevertheless, it's good. Good info. Good delivery.

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  • December 5, 2017 at 5:13 am
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    "I know people who skip seasons just so they can binge at the end of the season, right?" What he mean with binge? Can't understand and seem is important.

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  • December 5, 2017 at 5:13 am
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    Brilliant talk overall. Love the comments on cell phone superficiality. Disagreed on one point: corporations are under no obligation to compensate for bad parenting. Need to make an impact? Start your own business.

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  • December 5, 2017 at 5:13 am
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    Without my "addiction" to the internet I wouldn't have found this video but hey… Idk… maybe this guy is right

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  • December 5, 2017 at 5:13 am
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    If you're not happy with work, then quit. I don't like that he makes fun of people who know right away that they shouldn't be at a particular job. He's making generalizations without truly knowing what it is like to be intuitive and follow your heart. He also seems to give a confusing advice.

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  • December 5, 2017 at 5:13 am
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    If someone tells you they want to talk to you. Get off FACEbook and put the cell phone away!!

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  • December 5, 2017 at 5:13 am
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    Millennials didnt have TV show binging etc growing up, half the things he's talking about are about the generation after. Millennials were the last generation that didn't have internet, smartphones etc as kids. It was the last generation where you came home when the street lights came on from bike riding with your friends and you had no phone for your parents to keep tabs on you.

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  • December 5, 2017 at 5:13 am
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    Good speak, but very few new things for me. All new technology is nice to have but using with common sense. Otherwise soon you are slave of it.

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  • December 5, 2017 at 5:13 am
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    Fuck all this motivation shit and fuck that book also, it's not gonna help you speak to people just fucking go out and speak to other human beings, it's simple as that.

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  • December 5, 2017 at 5:13 am
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    Everything he talks about is how easy everything got suddenly, how easy you get girls these days, how quick and often you get response when you text a friend, how quick you can get to see the movie you want etc. and yet ALL OF THESE THINGS GOT SO MUCH HARDER WHEN PEOPLE STARTED TO USE FACEBOOK. My problem is how everything got so damn politically correct that none of my former connections will have anything to do with me unless I sell out and stop being the person I want to be in life. Everything gets interconnected in ways that are only destructive and NOTHING, absolutely NOTHING gets easier. I will not change and I do not support this new bullshit lifestyle, but I'm not going to claim that the problem is addiction. Me, who doesn't use a cellphone while I'm with people – me who doesn't tag people and get tagged all the time, me who doesn't do any of that stuff – I am just as addicted. The difference is just that I'm simply not getting the dopamines which I need as much as anyone. To intentionally reduce the amount of dopamines is to take the wrong direction. I used to be able to get so many more dopamines before Facebook was a thing and that is why I do not support these new trends. To me this whole perspective is absurd. The speaker has got it all revearsed because the real problem with dopamines is to NOT be addicted. The problem is not that some  people have a more fun life with all these cell phones etc. The problem is that some of us DON'T have any fun ANYMORE and I think we need something to help with that. Legalize drugs, get video games to function like they used to, bring back the good old football violence, remove taxes on alcohol, make sure that more nudity is displayed rather than less, MAKE THINGS BETTER INSTEAD OF WORSE!!!!

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  • December 5, 2017 at 5:13 am
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    He talks about millenails and a couple of variables in life. There is much more than that. Is can be true for a small subset of people but not more than that. Oh and the crop of the cream, it's none of millenials fault, like you're special like your parents tell you…

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