Weekly Roundup: The Lie About Millennials, How to Master Any Skill, and More
Your weekly dose of quality articles from around the web that you may have missed this week.
A 360° documentary of three children displaced from warfare shows the possibilities of the future of storytelling. Read the full story.
We all search for what we excel at. Here’s the truth about finding it. Read the full story.
Nine entrepreneurs share nuggets of success. Read the full story.
A well-written, long-form piece by a NYT editor about Jake Phelps, a 53-year-old skateboarder who runs the skateboarding magazine “Thrasher." Read the full story.
Buying Organic Honey? Here’s What You Should Know [Civil Eats]
I recently watched a documentary on the increasing scarcity of honey. It makes sense, then, why organic honey production is more difficult to sustain amidst our current landscape. Read the full story.
The Myth of the Millennial Entrepreneur [The Atlantic]
Contrary to popular belief, Millennials aren’t starting up companies at the rate construed by the media — in fact, quite the opposite. My guess? The increasing, low-risk gig economy and higher volume of reputable brands with missions that align with this generation. Read the full story.