We all know the rap on Millennials. Nice kids, but they've been coddled by their Boomer parents and aren't able to deal with some of the harsh realities of life. In fact, they chose to go back and live with Mommy and Daddy as adults rather than brave their way in the big world.
A new survey by Beyond suggests that Millennials are finally ready to claim their place in the world. 74% of Millennials said that they want to be an executive leader--more than any other generation, including Gen Z'ers just starting to enter the workforce. But, the number one reason why Millennials were worried about leading was fear of failure.
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My advice? Get over it. Leaders don't spend their time worrying about failure. They lead. They make decisions with imperfect data knowing that the only incorrect decision is to not make a decision.