A soiree of Hollywood talent attendedÂ theÂ Farrah Fawcett Foundation’sÂ “Tex-Mex Fiesta”Â on Saturday, September 9thÂ at theÂ Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills. At an event held to raise money for a noble cause, my attendance was met with strong wariness on the Red Carpet. After stars answered my questions, I fully understood where the â€œmillennialâ€ stigma comes from.
In the past decade, I have constantly heard â€œWhat is with this generation?â€ and â€œMillennials – They wonâ€™t understand, theyâ€™re all talkâ€.
Ever think the â€œall talkâ€ is our plea for advice? Notice how I didnâ€™t use help here.
Yes, the digital age has given us so much information but we donâ€™t necessarily know what is wrong or right. Along with knowledge, it has given us another gift – a different way of connecting. Unfortunately that means we donâ€™t speak the same language as our parents or our bosses.
In honor of such an incredible story and a purely helpful cause, please enjoy some advice I picked up from Farrah Fawcettâ€™s legacy and how we can create an influential legacy of our own.Â
Click through the gallery for 7 steps on how to find a cause worth fighting for and advice from the fighters of cancer…Â