As a young professional, I wanted to offer my opinion on
The Pro Millennial is a lifestyle, docu-blog dedicated to documenting the journey of a millennial operating in professional America. I want to use this platform to provide personal stories, epiphanies, commentary, advice, interviews, guest blogs and more. As a professional millennial, I want to be able to tell my stories my way.
So What Can You Expect?
While I may only be 3 years into my career, I’d like to offer what little advice I’ve learned along the way, to help those in need. I want to share my stories of success and challenges to help others relate or steer clear of certain situations. As someone starting a small business, I would also love to offer those stories and lessons as well.
I’m what some people would call optimistic. I see things rather positively, and I believe that mindset is what has contributed to many of my ventures. Sometimes, I’ll just want to share what’s going on in my life. As a 20 something, life can seem funny or difficult from my viewpoint and I want to share that with the world. I also threw tech in here because whether you like it or not, it’s shaping our lives.
I am not a financial counselor. I’m no guru or expert. But working in a financial institution has given me access to experts and knowledge I wouldn’t otherwise have. I want to share what I learned and what I know with the world in hopes that we can all survive comfortably.
While I’m not the healthiest person by far. I know that it’s extremely important. I used to be pretty healthy physically, but my relationship changed that. And remember that fiance I told you about earlier. She knows a lot about mental health and such. I’ll be picking her brain on a few mental health topics so that others may know what we know.
If you’ve made it this far down the page, congrats, you the real MVP. I hope you stick around and take a look at the rest of the site. Read some stories, share some laughs, and leave some comments. Feel free to sign up for my email list, I promise I won’t spam you!
I wish you all the best. Keep hustling, Larry G.