As Baby Boomers influence begins to decline over the next decade, Millennials are expected to play a critical role in turning around the direction of America. Although some say Millennials are not maturing at the same rate as previous generations, there is little doubt they will be ready to step into a leadership role when their time arrives. Sal Bommarito explains how Millennials can fill the leadership void over the next decades, by adopting a more diverse and expansive mindset.
Millennials must begin to take a constructive role in trying to change many aspects of American life. But effective activism should not be limited to marching in the streets. Activism should be characterized by getting involved politically. Frankly, our brightest young people should be delving into local politics now. It takes time to make your bones in government, build a following, and understand the problems of your local community. The older generation must be replaced at every level. The sooner millennials begin this process, the better.
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