Work hard and don’t plan for it. Woodshed, but be attuned to inspiration. Do your best to ring the bell and know you have no control over what spreads and what doesn’t.
Oldsters are about yesterday.
Youngsters are about today.
Documenting your entire life history, building a timeline, a shrine to yourself, so that the people you grew up with will be impressed? That’s for baby boomers. Their children want nothing to do with it. Kids are for living, oldsters are for dying.
Baby boomers didn’t start the texting revolution…
Want to communicate with your friends in college? Then you’d better learn how to text, the younger generation barely e-mails. Talking on the phone? Who’d want to waste so much time!
The oldsters are rarely early adopters. They know the value of money, they’re set in their ways. For all the complaining about the loss of privacy online, it’s the kids who got the memo, that if they post pictures of illicit activity they might not get a job in the future. Kids believe in evanescence, oldsters believe in the permanent record. HENCE, the growth of Snapchat.