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Are you a millennial and are you here because you want to solve a problem?


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So, are you a millennial and are you here because you want to solve a problem?

I have decided to write this post because another top niche is personal development, and there are loads of millennials who have become or are becoming entrepreneurs. According to what’s out there, a lot of people are saying that millennials are the ones solving today’s problems.

Millennials are solving problems because of their creative ideas. This is even more true when I read the following. Why?

This is what women are saying:

Being a modern woman in 2019

  1. Women are still vulnerable in many ways.
  2. Women are still the least paid.
  3. The demands of motherhood haven’t changed.
  4. The demands of life haven’t changed for working moms.
  5. The demands of gender assigned roles haven’t changed.

This is what this article says

Being a woman in 2019

  1. Freedom
  2. Dating
  3. Jobs
  4. Physical Expression
  5. Human Equality
  6. Choice of Motherhood

This is what this article says

Another article says:

  1. Today women have a voice
  2. Women can be fearless
  3. The world recognises women

This is what men are saying:

  1. Everyone expects a certain stoicism and for us to act manly.
  2. Men’s biggest problems is men.
  3. To a lot of people, I’m the reason for so many ills in the world today.
  4. Men are always bringing each other down. Women raise each other up. (ooo man I don’t know whose worse on this point).
  5. The hardest thing about being a man today is the absence of the archetypal hero.
  6. The idea that only women can suffer problems is wrong.
  7. I find it hard to express my feelings because it makes me sound weak.
  8. I’ve been subjected to sexism in the workplace that if it was on the other foot would get me fired.
  9. What happened to innocent until proven guilty?
  10. The Gary Cooper strong, silent type. This is what society tells men to be.
  11. Inequality.
  12. Is this just mindless, overthinking man compensation?
  13. You have to pay for everything.
  14. You have to apologise for who you are.
  15. Men are depicted as lazy fools in advertising.
  16. Not being a sporty type is a curse.
  17. Mother knows best father is a pest.

All of the above according to this article

Some of it I myself wasn’t even aware of.

I learnt a lot from this one article titled, “What do you think it means to be a man in 2019?”

Have a read

Okay, so there are tons of things in personal development that people need help with irrelevant of sexual orientation. There are tons of things that people need help with in the workplace, i.e. stress, anxiety, balancing their relationships, especially if they are running a company. There is so much to blog about in this arena.

Do you want to join the millennial train and start becoming a blogger/entrepreneur? Or are you a millennial and are you here because you want to solve a problem?

A lot of people are using technology with self-development/ personal development. Think about it. Your new phone that comes with the fitness band helps people living in a fast-paced life which also acts as a watch. Take a look, the top self-development/personal development blogger is a millennial. This is the website of Leo Babauta, and his blog is about implementing good habits in daily life. He also wrote a large number of books and had several training courses.

Here is his website I believe it gets about two million visits a month.

Maybe you’re a fitness trainer, and you blend fitness training to personal development, i.e. eating the right foods and exercise patterns for building willpower and focus.

See, even successful people can turn to you for assistance. Take a look at this article about how Dean Graziosi feeling and what he had faced here

So, maybe you are a millennial and are here because you want to solve a problem or you’re not a millennial and still want to solve a problem, it’s still the same. See even qualified psychologists/therapists work in the self-development/personal development arena. If you haven’t heard of this woman then check her out, she is Esther Perel. Through her work, she wanted to explore the need for security and the need for freedom in human relationships. A lot of celebrities have turned to her to seek help.

Here’s another blog, second to Leo Babauta.

This is James Clear’s site

James uses scientific and historical evidence to back up his work.

With a personal development blog, you cannot hide, you are the brand. When I think of Tony Robbins, I think of his story and how he started. If you are going to lead, you have to have self-confidence and a personality. People are looking for a leader and someone to show them the way. They want to know how you do it.

Personal development can be such a broad subject so, getting clear about your niche is fundamental.

If you are reading this article the first time and you’re looking to  start a blog in personal development or are just looking for information, take a look at the first eight steps on this blog post to get you started, get live and running

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Mark Ford

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