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The Millennial generation resists the values and norms of the Baby Boomer generation. They are the most disruptive force in the business world, changing markets through transforming values and redefining what constitutes success. Natalie Elisha, author of The Millennials Guide to the Universe discusses how to embrace the disruption to thrive and profit.
Natalie Elisha

Natalie Elisha

Managing Attorney at Elisha Law | Ms. Natalie Nation

Email: natalie@elishalaw.com
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Millennial Disruption: Success and Value Redefined

Natalie Elisha

Mark S A Smith: My guest today is Natalie Elisha, a 28 year old kick-ass superstar millennial lawyer from Manhattan who I met three, four years ago I think it was, having breakfast on Madison Avenue. Was sitting next to her and she struck up a conversation. We had such a great time, and she bought me breakfast. So here’s payback. Invitation to the Selling Disruption Show. She has just released a new book called The Millennial’s Guide To the Universe: How To Live the New International Dream, which really impressed me. Because the most disruptive force on the planet right now is the millennial generation. Welcome, Natalie.

Natalie Elisha: Thank-you so much, Mark, for having me. I am so thrilled to be with you today and talk all about how the millennial evolved generation is going to bring such goodness into this world.

Mark S A Smith: It’s true. Now I raised five millennial kids. I’m a big believer in millennials. They have helped me reshape my view of the world from the old stodgy baby boomer that I am, to a radically different approach. Listener, the first thing we’ve got to do is stop shaming the millennials. Stop it.

Natalie Elisha: Totally. People like to say millennials are quote unquote entitled. “They come into work. They don’t want to put their head down and work hard”. No. That’s absolutely false. Millennials want to work hard, but they’re going to work hard for something that means something to them. For their passion. For their purpose. They are so awoken to the fact that the baby boomer generation, which tucked their head down, worked for 50 years, to then get a pension and then die in a nursing home or long term care facility, is not the dream that they have. They want to start living that dream that Tim Ferris called the four work week now.

It’s not to say that only four hours or ten hours a week are devoted to work. But it’s, what is the passion and the reason for the work, and what are we going to do about it?

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