Zachary Hanson lived on cruise control. He had a thriving career, designer clothes, and a jet-setting lifestyle. He practiced high-level jiu-jitsu, ran ultramarathons, and pursued academic interests, but nothing gave him what he craved: the antidote to suburban sedation.
Hanson knew his life lacked balance. It served no purpose. It held no meaning. In an effort to connect with something true and real, he turned to the wilderness. Leaving the big-city office behind, he learned to hunt, trap, and live in harmony with the land deep in the backwoods of North America. There he discovered new significance and purpose while ultimately growing his career.
It can be difficult to attain lofty goals and aspirations, especially for the millennial generation. The Art of Being Artificially Intelligent: A Millennial’s Guide to Faking It Till You Make It provides an outline of six traits that can help millennials—and individuals of other generations—advance their careers and reach those aforementioned goals and aspirations.
Through learning the importance of self-reliance, mental cadence, grit, mentorship, knowing your value, ongoing education, and terminal entrepreneurship, you’ll find the tools needed to break the stigma of being an “entitled” millennial and build a foundation upon which you can reach even the loftiest of goals.