The reality of retirement is rapidly changing. The baby boomer demographic is about to unleash an unprecedented wave of retirement. However, the traditional view of retirement as a transition from work life to life after work is obsolete. Personal development and talent is the key to our future success. The new trajectory of retirement has already become an act of improvisation.
Baby boomers have started to turn 65. A wave of change and transformation is quietly approaching. The parents of the baby boomers belong to the Great Generation. Ahead of them are Generation X, the Millennials, and the New Silent Generation. Over the next thirty years the population tsunami of aging baby boomers will be an […][Continue reading]
Narratives of death inside social media circles can touch our humanity and inspire a sense of belonging with a complete stranger. Even though our gaze into the painful experiences of another person is distant and virtual, the sheer ferocity of loss expressed is a poignant reminder of the extreme fragility of all life. Death awakens […][Continue reading]
The long-term effects of multitasking are severe. Among these effects are a weakened capacity for learning, decreased productivity, poor performance, and a general loss of focus. Chronic multitasking becomes neurologically entrenched in the brain. It creates a hyperactive mind that wanders in the shallows of experience. Understanding the dark side of multitasking is the first […][Continue reading]
Memory is an act of creative retrieval. Without the ability to remember, we could not learn. When we remember a past circumstance we never recall it to mind in exactly the same way. Human memory is not a storage device that encodes and replays experiences the same way each time. The content of our memory […][Continue reading]