The Millennial Merger


The Only Thing Constant in the 21st Century is CHANGE!

Millennials are driving cultural shifts in religion, politics, and the private sector as we know it.  The question is, are you ready for the generational revolution taking place?

This book challenges traditions from our past as the new generation takes hold of their own belief systems. Since we no longer mindlessly adopt the teachings of our parents - older generations are sitting there wondering, “what’s next?”

This book will help you think more independently, and see the world from a holistic perspective. In the age of technological abundance, it’s multiple (relevant) perspectives that will help us implement necessary changes.

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A guidebook outlining millennial philosophical shifts.

A wake-up call to executives who are frustrated with their lack of results across their multi-generational workforce.

A secret weapon to adapting to the inevitable 21st-century cultural nuances.

The Millennial Merger Is Not...

A ploy to convince you that “the millennial way is the right way.”

A book that talks about ALL the things millennials do right, and NONE of the things they do wrong.

A fixed ideology that will stay consistent over the next century.

Meet The Author

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Jesse Henry

Entrepreneur. Investor. TEDx Speaker. Lifelong Learner. Advisor to Few. Friend to Many.

Jesse Henry is on a journey to create global impact. He left the self-development industry for finance so that he could better leverage his business acumen and communication skills.

Ever since high school, he aspired to sit at the intersection of the economy. Although he didn’t know what the destination looked like, he set off in college to work with leaders across all industries.

Jesse graduated from Florida State University with a degree in Entrepreneurship and Professional Sales. During his time at FSU, Jesse started up 2 companies and created 2 student organizations to catalyze the FSU entrepreneurial ecosystem. His speech at TEDx FSU is what propelled him toward a future of endless opportunity. Jesse’s career trajectory has not always been crystal clear. For years, Jesse struggled to align his passions and find the proper teams to work with. Many of the concepts in this book came about from his perceptions of operational inefficiencies throughout corporate America.

Jesse’s tool belt comes from working with Tony Robbins, Oren Klaff, and dozens of other mentors who provided a philosophical foundation for Jesse to create his perspective.

Jesse’s commitment to society transcends “impact” and “financial abundance”. He has a vision of what the world can look like, and he’s going to stop at nothing to make it happen.

Jesse currently resides in Scottsdale Arizona where he is working on his startup investment firm Cloud Nine Capital.

For more information on Jesse, please find him on LinkedIn, or visit him at


This is a must read for any company who is serious about getting the most out of their millennials.  Jesse demystifies the history, motives, and aspirations of this generation upon which we all depend. His granular analysis gives us the keys to attracting, engaging and empowering millennial “partners” by first gaining their respect and their trust.  His insights are spot on, easy to understand and easy to apply.

Michael Houlihan and Bonnie Harvey Founders of Barefoot Wine, and New York Times Bestselling Authors of The Barefoot Spirit, How Hardship, Hustle, and Heart, Built America’s #1 Wine Brand

Jesse Henry is a top thought leader for the millennial generation.  This book will give anyone an insight to the millennial ideologies that will continue to shape organizations over the next half century.  Jesse’s perspective is something the public and private sector will benefit from for decades the come.

Kevin Harrington Founder of As Seen on TV and original shark on Shark Tank

Quotes From The Book

Stats That Make Millennials Unique

It's easy to call millennials out for being different, or creating disruption across industries, politics, and culture. But, it's important to understand WHY this generation thinks about the world so differently.


90% of Millennials surveyed think being an entrepreneur means having a certain mindset rather than starting a company. [ODesk]


45% of Millennials will choose workplace flexibility over pay. [Millennial Branding]


In the last 5 years: 87% of Millennial workers took on management roles, vs 38% of GenX & just 19% of Boomers. [EY]


54% of Millennials either want to start a business or already have started one. [Kaufman Foundation]


63.3% of U.S. executives will be eligible to retire in the next 5 years. [PWC]

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