"Empowering Millennials" is a book written for Millennials that gives an overview of how to "Adult" and design a life of Fun, Freedom & Fortune. 

The book covers the unique times we live in and how technology has created powerful opportunities live a life that has more meaning and purpose.  

Finally, the book talks about breaking out of the behaviour that has gotten you this far and begin focusing on the steps that will transform you into one of the most productive and influential individuals in the Millennial generation.

Adulting is Hard. But it doesn't have to be that way

Working on a full-time job, doing your taxes, running errands for the house and looking forward to doing nothing at home over the weekend - may not be the lifestyle you're looking forward to. No one warned you that "Adult-ing" would be so exhausting. But it's definitely something you need to prepare yourself for, because sooner or later, somebody's gotta do them all. 

Maybe you're frustrated trying to figure out what you're supposed to "be". Maybe you're exhausted working in a "job" that doesn't fit and isn't making you happy. Maybe you're tired of watching your friends speed by to their success, finding the perfect everything - love, job and happiness - looking like they've figured it all out. You might find yourself struggling to find your own bearings. 

My hope is that this book becomes your friend and a mentor that shows you the way towards finding your own direction, your own vibe and  empowers you to be you, to live life on your own terms, and live it dangerously - without any form of fear.

Become the leader that Millennials want to follow

By 2025, Millennials will form 75% of the global workforce and more than half of them (58% of global Millennials) are living in Asia! Archaic methods of management do not deliver success with the new breed of employees. Instead, the outdated model leaves Millennials uninspired and unmotivated to produce results. Best practices and proven strategies from Google, Netflix, LinkedIn, and other top employers provide real-world models for effective management, and new research on first-wave versus second-wave Millennials helps you parse the difference between your new hires and more experienced workers.