Breaking Down The Gen Y “Quarterlife Crisis”: A Generation’s Expectations in Context

This weekend I spent some time at happy hour listening to a Millennial friend of mine - who is 34 years old, talk about how she is unhappy in her current career path and experiencing a "mid-life" crisis.   After pardoning myself for the eye-rolling, we had a conversation around self-actualization, goal setting, etc. And I … Continue reading Breaking Down The Gen Y “Quarterlife Crisis”: A Generation’s Expectations in Context

One Millennial speaks about her “civic generation”. Will it be feast or folly? Answer yet unknown but as the folks at the Lottery say, “you can’t win if you don’t play”. At minimum this generation is “game on”….

So-Called Millennial

FOR EVERY SEASON TURN, TURN, TURN…

Democracy… while it lasts is more bloody than either aristocracy or monarchy. Remember, democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself. There is never a democracy that did not commit suicide.

–John Adams
IT NEVER LASTS LONG
I thought I would expand on why I adhere to some of the attributes of Howe & Strauss generational cycle theory.  In short, it’s because of the nature of democracy. Democracy deals with the age old chicken-or-the-egg scenario of the needs of the many vs. the needs of the few. Are you part of the many or part of the few? In a democracy the idea is to achieve unity in the midst of the needs of the many and the needs of the few. On top of that, if all men are created equal, there is always an ongoing conversation of…

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