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Jeremy sits down with Helen Andrews to discuss the baby boomers and how they made everything worse and refuse to admit it. 

Jeremy sits down with Helen Andrews this week on Givers, Doers, & Thinkers

Helen Andrews is a senior editor at The American Conservative. She has worked at the Washington Examiner and National Review, and as a think tank researcher at the Centre for Independent Studies in Sydney, Australia. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies from Yale University. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, First Things, Claremont Review of Books, Hedgehog Review, and elsewhere.

Jeremy dives right into Helen's new book, BOOMERS: The Men and Women Who Promised Freedom and Delivered Disaster. They cover Helen's views on the boomer legacy and their impact on civil society, from leadership roles to influencing millennials and Gen-Z. She also shares the dangers of generational arrogance and its consequences on leadership—highlighting the myth behind "transformational" leaders and the lies boomers have perpetuated to suit their cultural goals. This is one captivating conversation you do not want to miss.

You'll also hear from senior consultant Mallory Staley. She chats with Jeremy about her tips for working with charitable foundations, specifically the importance of following up and how to do so successfully. If you're looking to strengthen your grants program, this will be particularly helpful to you.   

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