Technology is now an extension of us. The new question of the day is not “if” but “when” should I introduce my kids to technology. Research has found that the Internet and technology have rewired our brains but is it for better or worse?
From the post 33 Data Points To Influence How You Sell, Teach, Recruit, and Lead Generation Z, we learn that today’s youngest generation, Generation Z, is reading textbooks on tablets, watching lessons online, collaborating with classmates online, shopping online, and spending an average of 4.6 hours a day on social networks. The reality is that more and more kids are using technology at an earlier age and to say they are connected is an understatement. Read more
If the current struggle of understanding and engaging the Millennial generation wasn’t difficult enough, the most tech-savvy, connected, and entrepreneurial generation to date will add yet another level of complexity. As the remaining Millennials make their debut into the workforce, there will be even more tension integrating the up-and-coming, post-Millennial generation—Generation Z.
Generation Z equipped with their own strengths, weaknesses, perspectives, needs, and wants have begun making their presence known. Generation Z may be the most socially savvy group marketers will ever meet, the most diverse employers ever hire, and the most self-educated educators ever teach. Read more
What’s faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, and harder to kick than a bad habit? Resistance. The tension you feel when faced with the decision to pursue your life’s work or to maintain the status quo.
Did you know Hitler wanted to be an artist? At 18 he took his inheritance, 700 kronen, and moved to Vienna to live and study. He applied to the Academy of Fine Arts and later to the School of Architecture. Have you ever seen one of Hitler’s paintings? Neither have I. Resistance beat him. It seems it was easier for Hitler to start World War II than it was for him to face a blank square of canvas. Read more