Simon Sinek on Millennials in the Workplace

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  1. Corey PattisonMay 10, 2017 at 9:00 am

    I think it's the person's responsibility to seek anxiety therapy to pick up where their rearing left off or lacked. PS there's piles of jobs. The guy shaking a sign on the corner gets a check at the end of the week. I don't care what you think of the job. it's still work. and work solves problems. no problem exists that can't be solved or bettered through work. I love that what's cool and hip now will be laughable in ten or twenty years by yet another insufferable group of young people.

  2. Blake McDanielMay 10, 2017 at 9:59 am

    The majority of his claims are sweeping generalizations for which there is absolutely no proof. Further, many claims he makes cannot be tested, like his claim that Millennials never find satisfaction in their careers and personal relationships during their lives; our generation hasn't even lived long enough to look into this. What evidence is there that students get into honors classes because of parents complaining, and how would that be unique to Millennials? The same could have occurred for previous generations. Most schools have set standards that determine whether a student can take advanced classes. His claim about dopamine is completely skewed. Dopamine is not the only neurotransmitter responsible for experiencing pleasure, and it also plays a role in nausea, motor control, and other important functions. I don't think he mentions a single statistic or study to back his arguments. Most scholarly studies on the Millennial generation show that, while we have some differences from previous generations due to our environment, the differences aren't dramatically different. Our differences certainly aren't as negative as he claims, in fact, many are positive. I don't understand why Millennials are always blamed for being problematic when, in reality, we are the product of the environment created by previous generations.

  3. will murphyMay 10, 2017 at 10:32 am

    all mellenials should be forced to watch this video

  4. YoutuberMay 10, 2017 at 10:50 am


  5. Telegram ProductionsMay 10, 2017 at 11:08 am

    Older people always say this shit about people in their 20's.
    I'm in my 40's and I almost bought this crap 'cause I'm not a 20 year old impatient pain in the ass anymore but I was.
    The only actual generation which almost sort of exists is the Baby Boomers because they were born out of the necessity of repopulating the workforce after the worlds most devastating war to date.
    All other "generations" are just people.
    This mythology is patronising horse shit.
    So called Millennials have been robbed of a future but refuse to accept they can't do something about it.
    I call that determination. I call that courage.
    Fuck this guy.

  6. D. SageMay 10, 2017 at 11:58 am

    Us "Baby boomers" had TV -which most of us watched as young children. It was addictive certainly! The content however was managed a lot more appropriately (not perfectly), compared to videos, movies and tv shows now adays that Millenials have been binge watching and I cant imagine the violence and scary stuff these people are absorbing… As a child I could get scared by the violence on the coyote roadrunner cartoon! I think more millenials than baby boomers are looking for more and more content and stimulation of likes, and images, so that regular life is very boring and depressing. They cant concentrate as well as prior generations and have more trouble being satisfied with their jobs and their bosses, and lose interest in their slower successes in a job environment, despite being doted on more that we were. The companies are stuck now re-raising these people to be able to function in our businesses.

  7. JOHN KAISERMay 10, 2017 at 12:03 pm

    Very well said. I don't like how the very first topic point is blaming the parents. Many children have had parents who failed and they didn't grow up to be as the millennials that he describes.

  8. Shazy SataniaMay 10, 2017 at 12:16 pm

    Yeah, fuck these worthless little children, they're ungrateful, lazy, soft little shits. Now if you'll excuse me, I've got to get back to the home I bought before the bubble we created burst and fucked the economy, with the money I earned from the higher wage intellectual career without nearly as much seniority to compete with, that I could qualify for thanks to the college education that I got for a third the cost of those little ingrates.

  9. The Kissing BrothersMay 10, 2017 at 12:19 pm

    This guy is a snake oil salesman who learned to ape the rhythm of a TED talk, and now talks in a stupid, self-important patter on every video site he can. He surely makes a killing putting middle managers and hallmark card readers at ease- feeding them miserable aphorisms and custom-fit stories for why their employees, nephews, children, don't like them; it must be anything but their tranquilized politics and cloying sentimentality in the face of societal deterioration, right? Fuck Vaynerchuck, Sinek, and every other walking Juicero Drone in this poisonous grift.

  10. rune titanMay 10, 2017 at 1:18 pm

    waiting for a season to end in order to binge watch it surely shows more patience than watching the show as it comes out each and every week. it shows restraint and forward thinking and planning.

  11. Inge FossenMay 10, 2017 at 1:52 pm

    There is an irony in the fact that  this is on Youtube. But the biggest irony is that it is psychologists who have  made us fixated on hedonism and sex for sex's sake, then tell us we are hedonistic and narcissistic sex addicts. Being a therapist is being a professional narcissist. Non-committal "empathy"  is their stock in trade.
    Also, a seemingly deep personal relationship,  need not necessarily be so in reality.  Audiovisual media are everywhere all the time. It seems to me the written word is suffering. It must be hard being a teacher now with so many distractions and so many pupils with low boredom thresholds.

  12. TANMAC43May 10, 2017 at 2:36 pm

    Am I the only one bothered by his ever changing accent?

  13. Hoosier EdMay 10, 2017 at 2:51 pm

    I know I'm a little late to the party, only hearing about Simon Sinek very recently; during a board of directors meeting nonetheless.  Simon makes some very good points, but where I have a big issue with him is when he states that companies and corporations should take on the responsibility of "fixing" these messed up Millennials.  WTF??!!!  Why should ANY company be responsible for adding emotional support to any employee?  Yes, we all want to work for a business/corporation that appreciates their employees and treats them good, but the bottom line is this: their goal is to make a profit.  If the company doesn't kiss your ass, or you can't handle the work environment, then quit!  Duh!!!  The vast majority of jobs and career suck.  Get used to it Millennials, it's called life!  Earn your paycheck, pay your bills, and look for satisfaction in raising a family, or volunteering, or in your faith.  Life is not rainbows and unicorns.

  14. riptornMay 10, 2017 at 3:51 pm

    I don't like this generation, too many classless, vile, drug infested, interracial assholes.

  15. NT TMay 10, 2017 at 4:41 pm

    That's ridiculous. Music, finishing, running, food etc. also release dopamine- should we place an appropriate age for access to these mediums? It's not the idea of technology that impacts us, it's how we interact. The latter and beginning part I can agree with, and I don't think anybody can refute. However, the idea that we are all subject to addiction "because" of is inaccurate, it's "how" we interact. We are also victims of bad planning of the generations before, and their failed attempts to fix things in the modern era. And, please don't patronize me. Ugh.

  16. xuturuwarriorMay 10, 2017 at 5:19 pm

    I think everyone's just confused as fuck as to what's the best way to run the tech society these days. All I know is that if u learn skills fast and are good communicators, then there's someplace in the world for u today, otherwise ur stuck doing whatever ur given because theres no place to truly grow today than on the job. The process of growing is more ruthless than it's ever been.

  17. ali wickMay 10, 2017 at 5:25 pm

    oh my goodness. U r a celebrity. just watched an hour of clips from u. u keep doing what ur doing. I love it.

  18. ali wickMay 10, 2017 at 5:43 pm

    first time seeing this video. great advice /comments. lady everything about you says celebrity. caught me off guard

  19. Farah Dyer-SteelMay 10, 2017 at 6:04 pm

    tragically there are A LOT of parents out there who think it's important to be their child's "best friend"….

  20. Son of RockMay 10, 2017 at 6:23 pm

    The world would be a better place with more mothers like this

  21. Leila & KarsynMay 10, 2017 at 7:18 pm

    i loveeeeeeeee Kristina, she makes me excited to be a mom and do the right things for my kids, she makes me excited to raise my kids to be kind and humble, and smart. ❤️

  22. Christian WilliamsonMay 10, 2017 at 7:57 pm

    how can you eat ice cream and drink wine and not throw up? Thats not natural

  23. Edward PomartMay 10, 2017 at 8:52 pm

    O.M.G… I love this woman.. Its all hilariously true….You Rock! keep up the great videos..😎

  24. Parent HacksMay 10, 2017 at 9:46 pm

    Love ≠ making kids "happy". We have a society full of kids that are getting everything they want, and that creates a society of "adults" who cannot function without getting their way.

  25. Zebra Lady75May 10, 2017 at 10:30 pm

    So true…I needed to hear this…but please lay off the ice cream your cute…try n stay that way lol

  26. Michelle StuyvesantMay 10, 2017 at 10:53 pm

    Sometimes when they are adults you can't be their friend either. LOL

  27. Charity HudginsMay 10, 2017 at 11:31 pm

    I agree

  28. Damaris FradyMay 11, 2017 at 12:21 am

    What kind of chocolate or candy is that?! Somebody tell me. It looks so good! Lol

  29. Erica PoyauanMay 11, 2017 at 1:16 am