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Boomer Think Tank: We Boomers Are Still Relevant!

POSTED ON November 5th  - POSTED IN Boomer Think Tank

Sherree Worrell wrote a powerful post entitled, “Are We Boomers Still Relevant?” We followed that post with a discussion that delves deeper into the subject matter. We invited Boomers to discuss their views on media’s communication of typical stereotypes, their overlooked contributions, their influential buying power and the recessional impacts in their lives. Here are some current stats about […]

A Letter to the Next Generation: Millennials, Dream Big but Keep Moving!

If there’s one thing I learned from our Think Tank Series: There is this manufactured divide that prevails between generations. The Media and the Marketing industries continue to perpetuate the differences but do not pay attention to the commonalities that binds the ages: in career, in technology consumption, in relationships and in life experience, in general. […]

Are We Boomers Still Relevant?

POSTED ON October 1st  - POSTED IN Boomer Think Tank

Editor’s note: When Amy Tobin wrote this post, Have Boomers Lost their Voice? it sparked a great deal of discussion from our Boomer friends who had much to say on this topic. Sherree Worrell, one of our regular panellists on the Boomer Think Tank, was frustrated and very vocal as this topic had a profound […]