"Methods are many. Principles are few. Methods always change. Principles never do." I love this quote. I recently heard a pastor share this quote over the weekend and couldn't help but think about how relevant it is to bridging generational gaps. ..
I’ve had a lot of conversation with people across different generations lately about the importance of preparation as it relates to achieving success. Generation X and Baby Boomers seem to place more of an emphasis on defining success through their careers and placed most of their preparation time and energy into that bucket. ..
I had the pleasure of being a guest on the Chelsea Krost Show yesterday and the topic was bridging the generation gap. Shout out to All-Star Millennial Chelsea Krost (@chelseakrost) for using her voice and her platform to inspire positive change for an entire generation. The dialogue was great and the key take-a-way to bridging the generation gap is building what I have coined as "Culturational Chemistry™". ..
Why don’t they just fall in line and do what you tell them to do? That is the mindset of many managers, bosses and supervisors in companies across America. Falling line and submitting to the status quo is no longer the reality of today’s workforce. This is particularly true of millennials. ..
As I was watching the first games of the NBA playoffs it was a bittersweet experience. It was sweet because I love playoff basketball. It was bitter because my Lakers lost game 1. It’s no surprise that the teams that perform the best in sports don’t just simply have the best players; they also have strong team chemistry. We know and expect the star players on a team to score. We all know that LeBron James, Tim Duncan, Carmelo Anthony and the other star players are going to shine; that’s what stars do. The team is made up of more than those stars though and it requires more than their contribution for the team to win. The team’s with the best team chemistry will always rise above the rest and that team chemistry requires trust. ..