Life's greatest secret was randomly dropped in my lap and left for me to process as a young teenager. Was it respect? Was my grandma wanting me to honor my elders?
"We love to slice and dice (the generations) and play the name game. But there are some things the generations have in common."
We HATE the word "millennial" and the stereotypical box it puts us in. Calling us "millennials" is like calling us walking cliches.
Generational diversity? Generational competence? The amount of information in the media around managing a "multigenerational workforce" has yielded a steady flow of research and surveys.
Character-building is the foundation of any great career and we must sometimes endure tough challenges to earn the stripes that will lead us to advancement. At the risk of sounding a bit soap-boxy, I feel that it should not fall totally upon older generations to embrace and cater to the whims of younger generations.
Imagine a world in which everyone is issued a pair of glasses at birth.
The people at the event were asked to share some of their concerns regarding the challenges of being grandparents. One of the primary topics was the issue of respect and attention that is given to the older generation now as compared to when we were children.
Almost half (47 percent) of Baby Boomers rise before 6 a.m. and the very first thing most of them (73 percent) do is check
What I miss the most about my childhood has nothing to do with the involvement or lack thereof of my parents, but of what technology has taken from us.
13) "Cliff diving on 'Wide World Of Sports'," said Nancy Mesek. 28) "Party lines," said Diane Kohne Bellard. 23) "No answering