Building a good business is one thing. Knowing when it is time to exit is an entirely different matter. For many entrepreneurs it's not enough to build a business, they also ensure that they have an exit strategy. In other words; a way to extract their money from the venture.
The problem with an uninteresting presentation generally isn’t the content - it is the delivery. Any content can be made to be exciting, dynamic, and memorable. Rather than presenting facts and figures in a standard presentation format, think about how you turn your subject matter into an experience that relates to the audience.
Born between the years 1980 and 2000, Millennials are also known as Generation Y. The oldest Millennials are now 36 and are moving into more senior business roles. Many think that Millennials have been pampered by their Baby Boomer (Generation X) parents. A lot has been written about this generation's I-come-first attitude, their affinity to social networking, fondness for all forms of consumer electronics, and constant need for feedback and change, but these attributes shouldn’t necessarily be considered as negative. Millennials can be a welcome addition to any team. They may be somewhat non-conformist but are constantly challenging the conventional way of doing things and tend to innovate and drive change.