IT'S NO LONGER OVER WHEN YOU'RE NO LONGER YOUNG.
GARY WEXLER, now.
For the first time in history, an older generation is not taking a bow, doing a curtsy and leaving the stage. The children of the sixties (the 1960's, that is) are once again changing the rhythm of humanity. And setting the tone for all older generations to come.
We are the first generation ever to #KeepGoing.
More and more of us are committing to remain professionally relevant—-fusing our talents, experience and wisdom with the Millennial generation’s technology and new sensibilities.
I know first hand that to #KeepGoing and re-invent yourself is one of the hardest challenges, ever. Ageism and the economy killed my business as a creative consultant to corporations and nonprofits. But I refused to be stopped. Today, my professional life is once again vibrant and thriving.
And I’m not alone. After reading my book, many Boomers – and folks of all ages – are reaching out to tell me their stories of re-invention and how they #KeepGoing. I see what’s emerging. And it’s going to have an influence upon society, the economy and future generations.
Why would generations that are no longer young cheat the world of their
A BOOMER-MILLENNIAL ALIANCE
I IMAGINED THE POSSIBILITIES IF THE GENERATIONS WERE WORKING TOGETHER.
Read on for what happened...