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How to Make the Most of Your Brain Based on Your Generation

0share Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn   Our brains develop a little like wet cement. Our neural pathways are very pliable in our first twenty years and begin to solidify afterward. It isn’t that people can’t change as adults, it’s just that change is more difficult as we age. Our world needs innovation, and at my…

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How to Capitalize on the Younger Generations on Your Team

0share Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Everyone has witnessed the culture wars. People in our society seem polarized over values and social issues. While I believe those battles are real, there’s a deeper issue at play that we have ignored. You might call it, “generational wars.” It’s happening every day in our workplaces. Good news: We…

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Seven Challenges All Young Employees Can Grow From

0share Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn As “Help Wanted” signs on the windows of many establishments today have become more prevalent, it is important to consider the qualities young job seekers should learn when entering the job market. Too often, young adults don’t take entry-level positions because they feel those jobs are beneath them. In this…

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Live In A Way Today That Will Help You Thrive Tomorrow with Carey Nieuwhof

0share Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Carey Nieuwhof is a bestselling leadership author, speaker, podcaster, and former attorney. He hosts one of today’s most influential leadership podcasts. His podcast, blog, and online content is accessed by leaders over 1.5 million times each month. He speaks around the world about leadership, personal growth, and change. Check out…

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What We Should Say as Our Students Perform

0share Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn When kids are younger, parents often play the role of supervisor. They are right there on top of the issues. And they should be—young children need the support of their parents. As they age, parents must move to the role of consultants. Parents should still be involved and still be…

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How Four Generations Differ in Their Approaches to Work

0share Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn The generational diversity we feel in our lives is not going away anytime soon. Because people are living and working longer, we will experience multiple generations on teams we may be a part of. To wish for a homogenous group of people to work with is wishing for a past…

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The Foggy Day Effect: The Secret to Hitting your Target

0share Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn It is difficult to live a meaningful life without clear goals. Goals give us purpose. They give us energy. They give us motivation. In this episode, Tim and Andrew highlight one of our habitudes called “The Foggy Day Effect” and give real-world action steps on how we can set and…

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An Early Introduction to the Alpha Generation

0share Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn On Tuesday, May 31st at 12 noon ET, we will be hosting a webinar to launch our new eBook, “An Early Introduction to Generation Alpha.” In this webinar, you will hear from Dr. Elmore about the first research we’ve gathered on Generation Alpha — the students born since 2016. After…

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Can We Do Something About Generation Z’s Depression?

0share Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn The American population seems polarized into at least two major camps, and several sub-camps regarding politics, vaccinations, masks, and other issues. The pandemic has stolen nearly a million lives in the United States. The economy has felt like a yo-yo, spiking and then plummeting. When Generation Z observes how out-of-control…

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