A Millennial Manifesto Live, Create, Persevere, and Dream

Trying to sum up what it means to be a millennial is no easy task. Heck, that’s what we’ve been attempting with this blog all along. But if you only had a few pages to write, what would you say?

We would say something along the lines that millennials are actually really good people who care about important things like family and creativity. We’d also say, contrary to popular belief, that we aren’t a narcissistic generation, but rather a generation who wants to make a positive difference in the world.

But we are still realistic: there are things millennials can work on.

Such as living life with conviction. Or dreaming of a better world for future generations.

Well, we had only a few pages — we said these things and (after a couple weeks of writing, editing, and formatting) ended up with our first ever ebook — A Millennial Manifesto!

About the manifesto

A Millennial Manifesto is a short ebook that gets to the heart about living a millennial life. It draws upon four ordinary but very important verbs we tend to ignore — live, create, persevere, and dream.

We intend this ebook to not only stand for what we believe here at A Millennial Type, but for it to resonate with all millennials.

Intentionally, we made the ebook short and sweet, so you can easily absorb it within one sitting!

How to get a copy

The ebook is free to download which means you can be thumbing through it in less than a minute!

You can access the manifesto here.

What people are already saying

Very cool. @Jeff Goins, blogger and author of The Art of Work

I enjoyed your simple and clear language. The part about people being creative particularly moved me. You put forth a good read and a good challenge! -Chris H., blogger at Dirt and Dress Shoes

Inspiring read!…You guys made it so simple but powerful. -Briana F.

Nice. Love that you threw a little Gandalf wisdom in there. -Sara K.

I love the manifesto’s emphasis on art and dreaming. The edginess in a couple of points in slide 2 made me want to discover more… Over all, excellent challenge to move forward. -Grant F.

I read the manifesto, now what?

If you’ve already finished reading A Millennial Manifesto, we sincerely want to say thank you. What we originally intended to be a small side project ended up becoming a part time job — but we loved every minute of creating it! Needless to say, we are honored that you read it.

So what did you think? Is it worthy enough to share with the rest of the interwebs? If so, feel free to share it:

  • You can tweet about it
  • You can share this link on Facebook
  • You can go the old fashioned route and email this link to a friend, family member, or co-worker
  • Or you can go the really old fashioned route, and print it out to give to someone (as long as you don’t make any changes to it)

You can also get involved by:

  • Sharing your thoughts on twitter with the hashtag #MillennialManifesto. This will help us to gather feedback and engage in the conversation.
  • Joining our Facebook page where we can continue the conversation.

Originally published at millennialtype.com on March 16, 2015.

Stay-at-home dad. 9-to-5 escapee. Aldi aficionado. Me in a nutshell→ declanwilson.co/start-here

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