The truth is we’re all born with minds that have thoughts. We all can be expert inventors of ideas, ideas that can combat the issues our society faces. Felix Dennis, CEO and poet from Britain once said he valued ten good ideas at the value of a penny. He said instead of seeking the perfect idea, what differentiated anything from being successful was whether that thing took concrete action or in his words “imperfect action.” This is the millennial challenge: being able to take imperfect, but concrete steps despite chance of criticism, in order to become the living example of what you believe in. The challenges we face now might seem more interdisciplinary and mind boggling than before, and it may be easier not to worry about them, but through targeted action, putting our art out into the world, and learning and understanding new things and people we can take any conflict and pair it with resolution. Consequently, the millennial challenge requires that we take fear of failure and replace it with the fear of failing to try.