49 episodes

A podcast series about maneuvering your 20s, captured in real time.Millennial is a proud member of Radiotopia, from PRX. Learn more at radiotopia.fm.

Millennial Radiotopia

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.6, 1.3K Ratings

A podcast series about maneuvering your 20s, captured in real time.Millennial is a proud member of Radiotopia, from PRX. Learn more at radiotopia.fm.

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
1.3K Ratings

1.3K Ratings

LyndseyS. ,

20 Year-Old Gen Z

As someone who’s just turned 20 and is trying to make her way through school and develop both myself and my future, this podcast made me feel so understood. I appreciate it so much! Thank you Megan Tan.

Christina from California ,

Megan Tan. Your amazing! Stay Awesome!

You got me. You got me to cry. Because I can relate so much. In different ways of course. Thank you for sharing! I love this podcast.

Mariyoula ,

Opinions and giving up

I admire Megan’s ability to start her own podcast from scratch. What’s great idea! The content is interesting enough. The things I noticed and was most discouraged about are: 1. Megan’s codependency on other people’s opinions. When she wants to do something or form an opinion, she asks everyone relatable to give her their opinions so she can form her own. I find she has huge self doubts and is not a very independent thinker. She can definitely use more self confidence. 2. Megan’s job jumping seems counterintuitive. She gets a job she wants, then sees how someone else may have it better, so she quits and moves on. She seems to give up too fast. Seems like Millennial was just getting started but I guess that wasn’t good enough?! Others in her shoes would have killed for that opportunity.
After final podcast, I came away with the two things I mentioned above. She could have used this platform to do great things, instead she sent a message of self doubt and giving up too soon. Ironically, she stuck it out with her guy for a long time...

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