Millennial matt

Millennial matt

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I’ve spent the last few months getting to know Representative Wollmann via social media (how appropriate) and have come to admire his vision and passion. He and his peers have never known a world without cellphones, social media, or immediate access to all sorts of news and information. They are used to doing things their own way, studying and producing.
As a result of these shared and special experiences, it is becoming increasingly apparent that “Millennial Matt” and his cohort cannot and will not follow in the footsteps of those who came before them. Today’s leaders must consider and adapt to their environment if they are to be effective. Below are some tactics that I believe would be beneficial.
Participate Don’t make a demand. Millennial politicians grew up in an educational system and labor market that valued equity and interaction over hierarchy. They don’t adapt well to top-down leadership hierarchies, which have historically dominated state legislatures, with a House Speaker or Senate President sitting at the top of a leadership pyramid and leading from there. Enable them to participate in the decision-making process. They don’t have to be on the same level as the founders, but they do want to be included in the leadership team and decision-making processes.

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Wollman, a retired Marine with a bright political future, resigned from the South Dakota House of Representatives in February, just days after admitting to having sexual relations with two college-aged congressional interns. “Human beings, unlike any other species on the planet, are continually told of their flaws, and pay for them two-fold,” Wollman said as he resigned, just ahead of a House inquiry into the claims. What I’ve done is not acceptable to me. I have humiliated this organization, my party, my family, and my friends, as well as myself.”
Just because you have the ability to do anything does not mean you should. When you are elected to the legislature, or some other office where you are making decisions that affect thousands of people, it is incredible how powerful you become. Everyone will tell you how important you are, particularly those who want something from you. “I couldn’t make a mistake because I was a genius – everybody told me so!” said one former Speaker who got into trouble. You can do a lot while you are in a position to make important decisions. If you can assist a friend in avoiding a speeding ticket. Perhaps you can contact a government department and assist a voter in obtaining a government contract. Maybe you’ll be able to set up a date with that very pretty intern who works across the hall. You don’t have to do anything just because you can.

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Matt has influenced and trained the world’s leading brands on the state of the emerging customer and its effect on business models, consumer dynamics, and the media environment by connecting the dots between today’s brands and tomorrow’s consumers.
Matt’s timely perspectives, inspiring lectures, and vibrant seminars on the effect of the modern customer mentality on culture, industry, and society have been sought out by more than half of the Fortune 500.
Matt created Mr. Youth, a marketing agency, in his bedroom in 2002, and it expanded to over 500 employees before being acquired by the Publicis Groupe.
The best-selling novel by Matt YouthNation developed a modern-day blueprint for businesses of all sizes to accept millennial disruption. Matt announced the launch of Suzy, an on-demand analytics tool, in 2018. Suzy currently has over 200 customers who use its app to get real-time consumer feedback.

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Matthew Colligan is an online personality who, along with white supremacist Baked Alaska, shared neo-Nazi memes under the handle Millennial Matt. His true identity was discovered after he took part in the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia in 2017. The expression “Hitler did nothing wrong,” which Colligan has said on the radio, in tweets, and in videos, is one of his most popular memes. [two]
At the 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Colligan took part in a torchlight tiki rally.
[three] Colligan was photographed in the evening’s most notorious photograph by one of Colligan’s former Boston neighbors and associates shortly after the protest. His identity was later confirmed via social media messages, which included a cropped driver’s license photo with a photo that appeared to be Colligan as well as his correct birthday. [number four]
Colligan and Baked Alaska were ejected from the tiki rally on August 11, 2017, by a black Uber driver who said they had said racist things, calling the nation “white America,” and made her feel unsafe.

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