Stumbled upon this interesting take on the "millennial" generation. It's a father's perspective on his son:
It got me to think about the ever-present generational gap, the subjective nature of "success," and the aspiration(s) my generation either has or doesn't with regard to life goals. I could definitely relate to some of it. However, coming to the end of a six-year graduate school journey I have a different lens through which I view this. Namely, I just worked my butt off for a long time and I'm ready to work. But - how exactly will I measure my own success in the years to come?