Jan 22, 2021
Our thought leader for today is Dr. Steve Shepard, founder of the Shepard Communications Group. He is a sought-after leader in speaking, writing, photography, and audio and video production, all of which he considered hobbies that he loves doing. These hobbies are tied by his passion as a storyteller who is eager to simplify the complex, to inspire, to challenge the status quo, and to tell a story.
The story he will share today is about generations. We will learn the four generational archetypes, demystify stereotypes such as “millennials are snowflakes,” and know why, despite the seemingly massive changes that happen every generation, this is still an amazing world.
Let’s dive right in and listen
to this crash course on generations!
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[00:01 - 04:51] Opening Segment
[04:52 - 12:47] Shared Common Place in History
[12:48 - 24:03] Original Entrepreneurs
[24:04 - 35:23] Return of the Heroes Generation
[35:24 - 49:34] Digital Natives
[49:35 - 55:06] Fear of the Unknown
[55:07 - 59:49] Closing Segment
“We often say that generations create history, but truthfully, history creates generations.” - Dr. Steve Shepard
“The single most important fear that every generation has is unknown. They fear what they don’t know is coming.” - Dr. Steve Shepard
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