From ChangeThis: We’re smack in the middle of “perfect storm” condi­tions for young entre­pre­neurs, which means that if you haven’t already noticed that the CEO down the road may look more comfort­able at the local skate park than in a board room, you will soon. As it turns out, the entre­pre­neurs of Gener­a­tion Y (those born between 1977 and the mid-nineties) are really quite extra­or­di­nary. So if you are tempted to dismiss busi­ness owners in their twen­ties as self-centered, arro­gant dilet­tantes who approach the start-up process like a teen with a new video game, better think again. Humor me for a few minutes, and consider that you may even have a thing or two to learn from them. · Go to The Upstarts Are Here!: What Can You Possibly Learn from Entre­pre­neurs in Their Twen­ties? Plenty. →