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Millennials proving Mr. Rogers was wrong

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Mr. Rogers was wrong. He meant well, but we parents ran with the “you’re special” message and now the coddling virus continues to eat away even after young people go to college. The result? According to experts interviewed on “60 Minutes”, they don’t commit, lack perseverance, and think that they…
By Seth Barnes

mr. rogersMr. Rogers was wrong. He meant well, but we parents ran with the “you’re special” message and now the coddling virus continues to eat away even after young people go to college. The result? According to experts interviewed on “60 Minutes”, they don’t commit, lack perseverance, and think that they are owed dream jobs.

Catering to them is now a $50 billion industry. A delayed adolescence is transforming the workplace.

More than half of post-college kids move back home after graduating. Moms continue to mother. They phone HR and say, “but my little Johnny didn’t get a good review – why?” On and on it goes.

This “60 Minutes” report does a great job of exploring the issue. It’s why discipling 20-somethings is so imperative. There is greatness in them, but it needs to be called out.

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