In Hawaiʻi, when you name someone, you name them with a hope, a vision, an aspiration, or to honor a relationship. In this episode, Pono Shim shares an encounter he had that prompted him to think about renaming the Millenial generation to give value to the resource that they are as they tackle the responsibilities handed to them by their parents' generation.
Above the Sides · 13 minutes · 2 years ago
Really, You Named People Millenials?
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