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The Biggest Problem With Generational Differences

chart describing the differences between generations

It seems to me that every time we open the paper, Twitter, or visit here on LinkedIn, that there is another piece telling us how each generation is different. We so often read that Millennials think or act a certain way, that Gen Z is wildly different than Gen X, and so on and so forth.

The truth is that there are differences between those that grew up on the internet and on connected devices and those that didn’t, and there are certainly differences between those who attended Woodstock and those who attended Burning Man (though yes, there could be overlap there too).

The problem with generations though, is that we don’t have a universal way of defining them.

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Xennial Generation? No Thanks.

FRIENDS cast representing xennials

Look, if you’re anything like me, you want to fit in. You want to be a part of a group, you want to feel connected with the people around you, and you want to belong.

Am I doing OK so far?

If yes, great. If not, the rest of this isn’t for you.

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