Why 2030 Will Look Nothing Like 1995

TweetShareShareIf you think the past quarter century has been transformative, buckle up buttercup. Yesterday (May 19, 2021) Microsoft announced that it’s scrapping the Internet browser Explorer–once the standard browser on most non-Apple computers. Born on August 16, 1995, Explorer is now done. It was just 25 years old. In the 2020s, we’ll see a flood…

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Technolution: How Tech Has Always Changed Culture (and Always Will)

Technology is starting a new trend called Technolution

TweetShareShare Society changes. Society evolves. Society advances. Technology changes. If you lived in 1400 A.D., life was harsh and short Diseases, viruses, and plagues wiped out whole communities. A family rarely traveled more than a day’s walk. Nearly everyone worked a farm. Wheat, rye, and barley were staple foods. Mysticism, folklore, and Catholic religion guided a…

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The Secret to Increasing the Output of Your Team Backed by Science

The secret to increasing output of your team backed by science

TweetShareShare I had the honor to provide content for Jeff Bullas on his world-renown website, www.jeffbullas.com. (https://www.jeffbullas.com/team-productivity-output/) On his site, over 25 million other readers have been educated and inspired to transform their life and business. My guest post follows: When it comes to team productivity, the problem we face is rooted in generational myths…

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It’s a COVID-19 Spring! Are you planting yet?

covid-19 is changing our culture

TweetShareShare What I mean is have you peered outside at the CULTURAL landscape? It is springtime in every way. This new cultural “spring” is blossoming everywhere as retailers, restaurants, schools, and churches try to survive in an online-only world…thanks to a little virus nobody saw coming six months ago. COVID-19 and its effect on culture.…

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The Generational Impact of COVID-19

COVID-19 description

TweetShareShare Everybody is talking about COVID-19. And right we should. This is our Great Depression-Pearl Harbor-WW2 all rolled into one. It has done what neither 9-11-01 or the Great Recession could do: shut down America. Did you see that Vegas’ Caesar Palace is closed…for the first time in its long history? Only COVID-19 could do…

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What Goes Around Comes Around: How We View Younger Generations

What goes around comes around in GenTech

TweetShareShareThey’re lazy, entitled, arrogant, non-committal, and disrespectful. That’s how many older people view the youth of today. In a 2019 survey of over 900 leaders, Carey Nieuwhof tapped into the frustration of many elders today.[1] Today’s younger generations are glued to their smartphone, lack loyalty to the company line and want now what took other people…

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GenTech in the Workplace: A Fresh Perspective Employing Generations

Workforce and team and technology

TweetShareShareToday’s workplace employs multiple generations, all working together. The Millennial is creative but lazy and entitled. The Gen Xer is hardworking, but rude and disloyal. The Boomer is reliable but old and out of touch. It’s a generational cocktail that produces derision and indecision, doubt and depression. So, let’s say you’re a 35-year old and…

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Frames and Names: Getting Generations Right

Framed generations

TweetShareShare When it comes to generations, fuzzy thinking abounds. Just how long is a generation and what do we call it? For the past thirty years, we’ve cast the generations as Baby Boomers (1946-1964), Gen X (1965-1980), Millennials (1981-1995) and Gen Z (1996-?). But those names and frames are highly disputed in the research. The…

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Why I Wrote GenTech (1.5 minute read)

TweetShareShare I’ve been writing books since I was five years old. My first book was about a rabbit. I even illustrated it with my own drawings…then sold it to my grandma for a quarter. She said it was pretty good! While at university, I wrote three self-published books that covered my rent and paid my…

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