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I'm not a millennial but a few of my children are (according to the author's definition) and so I'm really interested in how this age group is navigating work, student debt and a rapidly-changing global economy. Wilson offers a really practical but flexible framework to counter the traditional, well-worn equation of college+career=success. It's clear that the traditional path is disappointing (and bankrupting) so many but it's also familiar which is why kids keep taking it. Although there are plenty of alternatives, there's not one familiar way to follow each of those alternatives, but this book offers one.
Rather than steps, Wilson suggests phases in which to operate to move anyone (not just Millenials) toward a meaningful life that's self-defined. These three phases aren't stagnant and you'll likely revisit them throughout your life if you apply this framework.
The real stories he shared about himself and others who are doing interesting things or just going for it are both inspiring and practical. I would recommend this book to anyone in the 16-35-year-old range who's figuring out what to do with their life (or their parents who might also feel trapped in a career).
It's a quick read which makes it a good reference as you hit plateaus or barriers.