If all goes well, after your early-career years spent plugging away, networking, and taking less ideal opportunities, the hard work pays off and you find yourself in-demand. What do you do now that you're being presented with more opportunities?
What You'll Learn
How to design your career trajectory
How to succeed in your career as a millennial
1. Find Career Success
Career success, as you’ve no doubt heard many times, is an admixture of talent, hard work, and luck. There are no guarantees, but if all goes well your trajectory might look like this: a number of early-career years spent plugging away, networking, taking smaller, less ideal opportunities. Mid-career, the hard work pays off and you find yourself in-demand.
2. Command Your Career
Millennials, Bryan Cranston wants you to know that he’s got confidence in you. You’ve got this. On a recent USO tour, talking to millennials in the military, he was deeply struck by the confidence, kindness, presence, and nobility of all the young people he met. But a couple of decades into an extraordinary career in the arts, Cranston also has some good advice.